Centre for Media Studies
The Centre for Media Studies (CMS) is a specialized campus of SBCS focusing on the delivery of Media and Media related courses together with Corporate Training in the field of Business and I.T.
CMS's vision is to be the region's premier tertiary level institute for globally recognized and industry-relevant education and training in Media and Media related areas, as well as Corporate Business and IT.
CMS's mission is to create an immersive learning experience for our students by delivering an excellent service, using a learner centric approach with state of the art facilities, equipment and courseware, facilitated by highly qualified and experienced lecturers and staff with a passion for teaching and learning.
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