Stadio Holdings, the PSG-aligned private tertiary education specialist that listed late in 2017, looks set to establish medical and engineering schools in the next three years. Stadio will establish its own engineering faculty and is exploring partnerships in the public and private sectors with regard to the education and training of doctors. An investment presentation made in Cape Town on Tuesday showed plans for 10 faculties including "engineering and manufacturing" and "health and medical sciences" as part of a strategy to establish Stadio as a "multiversity" with a broad and affordable product range. Divya Singh, the chief academic officer at Stadio, said the company planned to have the medical faculty in place and operational by 2021, with the engineering faculty open by 2020, with 2021 as an "outer limit". She cautioned that the setting up of the faculties would require regulatory approvals (including engagements with professional councils). In line with Stadio’s focus on qual...

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