About GIPS


We are delighted by your interest in our institution and are certain that in this age of globalization, the need for education and expertise will continue to grow and GIPS as an institution with a marked difference in quality will serve the local people in the global arena.

We are committed to nurturing juvenile minds and preparing them for challenges in today’s globalised era with our wide variety of programmes designed by our highly qualified, experienced, committed and professional team of lecturers and support staff. Together we constantly strive to create an inspirational environment that exceeds all expectations of our students and partners. GIPS provide the framework and environment for you to make the right choice in education to realize your individual aspirations.

Our mission is to make Botswana an informed and educated nation and our motto of "Excellence in Higher Learning" will be the catalyst to accomplish this vision.

I look forward to seeing you at one of our many courses at any of our branches countrywide.

Arjinder Pal Singh
Managing Director

Our Vision

To contribute to the development of Botswana and her people and turning them into world-class professionals, luminaries and visionaries in a socially responsible manner

Our Mission

To provide career-oriented International education, prepare our students for the real world challenges and commit to quality assurance and enhancement of values.

Our Motto

‘Excellence in Higher Learning’

History of GIPS

GIPS is one of the leading premiers of Tertiary Educational Institution with a motto of “EXCELLENCE IN HIGHER LEARNING”. It was established in the year 1991 by Mr. ARJINDER PAL SINGH with a view to provide quality based education in Botswana. The institute prides itself in having other centres around the country in areas like: Lobatse, Francistown, Selibe- Phikwe, Maun and Kanye; Gaborone being the main campus. The Institute is accredited with various International Bodies like AAT-UK. Besides that the Institute is also accredited by Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA) for Certificate programmers and Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) for Diploma and Degree programmes. Both BQA and HRDC continuously monitoring the performance of the Institute with their norms and standards to ensure value based education and training to the citizens of Botswana. The monitoring includes Annual Reports and Verification Visits. GIPS have pledged to contribute towards the achievement of vision 2016 of making Botswana an “EDUCATED AND INFORMED NATION”. GIPS is committed to contributing towards the accomplishment of vision 2016 through their MISSION and VISION such as evidenced by the MISSION and VISION statement.

Our Collaborating Partners

In recognition of its mission GIPS has sought collaboration with leading international education providers and regulators among them:

  • 1. ACCA-UK
  • 2. Association of Accounting Technicians AAT-UK
  • 3. Botswana Qualification Authority (BQA)
  • 4. Human Resource Development Council (HRDC)
  • 5. Ministry of Education and Skills Development (Republic of Botswana)

Legal status in Botswana

GIPS was formally a training Company in 1991 & was registered in 1993 by the Ministry of Education as a training provider, later under the new TEC act, CAP 57:04 of 1999, it was registered by the Tertiary Education Council (TEC) and the Botswana Training Authority ( BOTA) respectively. TEC registration was gained in 2006, registration number 05042 and the BOTA registration in 2005, registration number TI006. As required by the relevant laws, the HRDC registration is for the offering of Diploma and post Diploma programmes and the BQA registration is for the certificate programmes.

Our Branches
  • Maun
  • Francistown
  • Lobatse
  • Gaborone
  • Kanye
  • Phikwe

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Student Representative Council (SRC)

The Institute has got a Student Representative Council (SRC). The main mandate of the SRC is to promote the general Welfare and interests of the students: and to coordinate the social, cultural, intellectual, sporting and recreational activities of the students of the Institute. The SRC have representation in the important academic and governance structures of the Institute. For students, one of the key activities of the SRC relates to the programming and organization of recreation and entertainment.

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