The exclusive NewBridge Graduate Institute Accelerate Academy is a platform that introduces Centurion Academy students to academic, workplace and life skills through a series of live online workshops, face-to-face seminars, an evolving archive of resources, and short online learning programmes and guided projects, ensuring you are prepared for your studies and gain the ability to thrive in our ever-changing world.
NewBridge Graduate Institute, the holding company of Centurion Academy, has introduced the Accelerate Academy programme with a view to equipping every student with the skills and insights required to adapt and thrive as you pursue your passions.
The Accelerate Academy includes personal and professional development alongside specialist programmes in humanities, leadership, entrepreneurship and technology, giving you the tools to make the most of your educational journey and to follow a prosperous career and life path.
You will gain the following:
To boost your CV and enhance your appeal to potential employers, our Accelerate Academy programme is accompanied by Guided Projects focused on workplace and emerging 21st century skills, alongside relevant Short Learning Programmes (SLPs) provided by a range of internationally-recognised global universities and institutions, offered through our Coursera for Campus partnership.
The Accelerate Academy develops pertinent skillsets, the exploration of key areas of self-improvement, and leadership qualities and capabilities, challenging you to see the world and your place in it from different perspectives, while better preparing you to take advantage of future opportunities.
Registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, No. 101 of 1997. Registration no. 2001/HE07/003.
Provisionally registered as a private college in terms of Section 31(3) of the CET Act and regulation 12(4)(b) to offer the Report 191/190 part.
Registration no: 2016/FE07/006. CENTURION ACADEMY (PTY) LTD. 1999/024870/07