Damelin Correspondence College
|Type||Private Correspondence College|
|Endowment||R34,5 million (2008)|
|Students||4 402 (2008)|
Damelin Correspondence College is a private correspondence college in South Africa, owned by Educor (The Education Investment Corporation Limited group). It was founded in 1955 by Johann Brumer, a teacher who started his career at Damelin and started developing long distance study materials.
The college offers diplomas and certificates under six schools: the Business School, Computer School, General School, Technical School and Vocational School.
- Tooley, James (2005). Reclaiming Education. Continuum International Publishing Group. p. 110.
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