Pneumatix has established relationships with various institutions which offer Bachelor of Theology and Bachelor of Arts degrees (South African NQF Level 6-7 qualifications). These institutions are accredited with the Council for Higher Education (CHE) in the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) of South Africa.
Students will follow the progress guidelines provided by the institution with which they are registered within a monitored and supervised structure provided at the Pneumatix campus. Pneumatix has defined this structure so that students may maintain a healthy balance of experiential learning, a busy student life, and academic progress. Progress is therefore based on the student’s capacity for self-study and not forced upon them within a rigid system of learning. However, Pneumatix expects of their student to commit to a four year learning process (because the Pneumatix programme is structured for four year of learning and maturation) while Pneumatix does everything in their capacity to assist the student to progress as far as possible with their academic studies in order to complete the requirements of the degree programme.