Helderberg College of Higher Education

Helderberg College of Higher Education is a private higher education institution situated in Somerset West, South Africa, about thirty minutes from Cape Town. It was established in 1893 - the first Seventh-day Adventist College established outside of North America under the name "Union College". It moved to its present location in 1928, making it the oldest Adventist college on the continent of Africa.


THEIR MISSION:
We deliver quality, values-based higher education in various fields based on the Seventh-day Adventist Educational philosophy, to produce competent graduates.

THEIR VISION:
To be the institution of choice in higher education in Southern Africa.

The Helderberg College of Higher Education is a Private university located in Cape Town.
The Helderberg College of Higher Education was founded in 1893.
The current president of Helderberg College of Higher Education is Vincent Injety.

Get Instant Information about the University

By clicking “Get Information Now,” I hereby authorize onlinemasters.co.za, their dependents, subcontractors, or associates to contact me in regards to education proposals offered by universities in South Africa.


Location of Helderberg College of Higher Education