Meet our Higher Education Consultants



I’m Lucy Petersen, one of the Higher Education Consultants at the Durbanville Campus.

I am passionate about helping students make a difference in their own lives.

Even though I interact with many students daily, I look at each one as an individual, not a number and I will go the extra mile to assist them. Whether it’s providing further information or updating the student about their application, I love to keep in touch and find out how they are doing and progressing throughout the year.

If I can share one tip for matric students it would be: To stay focused! Focus on the goal, not the obstacle!

Lucy Petersen
Higher Education Consultant


Hi thereL Rautenbach,

My name is Lizle Rautenbach, a Higher Education Consultant from the Vanderbijlpark Campus.

Born in Klerksdorp, bred in a small town called Meyerton, I love working with people and learning  about new cultures.

When I sit down with a student I really listen and try to understand each one, so that I can assist them  in mapping out their action plan to turn their dreams into a reality. After all, a goal without an action  plan is just a wish.

I provide honest advice and go the extra mile for each student, creating the best experience wherever I  can, throughout the application process until their graduation day.

If I can share one tip for matric students it would be: Now is the time you start building the future you have dreamed of since you were in pre-school. Never stop learning and experiencing life.

“There is no lift to success, you have to take the stairs.”

Lizle Rautenbach
Higher Education Consultant


Jonathan Cross_final (1)Hello,

My name is Jonathan Cross and I am one of the Higher Education Consultants at the Bedfordview Campus in Gauteng.

I am a past CTI student, having studied a Diploma in Business Management at CTI Bedfordview in 2009, I am now studying a degree in BCom Law. As a past student, I truly understand the value of the qualifications we offer.

I am a friendly guy and enjoy building strong relationships with my students and their sponsors. I will go out of my way to help them, whether they need assistance in applying or if they need more information on the various funding options we offer, I will always be available to assist.

If I can share one tip for matric students it would be: If you make small sacrifices and work hard now while you’re in school, you can change your life and your future forever. This is the foundation for greatness.

“To be successful, the first thing to do is fall in love with your work.”

Jonathan Cross
Higher Education Consultant


Jack Maditsi


Jack Maditsi here, Higher Education Consultant at the brand new Pretoria Campus and my goal is to guide you through your journey to studying with us.

I am a friendly guy with a great smile and I go out of my way to make all the students and parents I sit down with, feel comfortable and well informed. No matter what age, size, colour or walk of life, I respect everyone. For this reason, and the fact that I am always willing to help, my colleagues refer to me as “Number 1”.

If I can share one tip for matric students it would be: Take your time and make an informed decision, this decision will influence the rest of your life.

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic. It takes sweat, determination and hard work.” – Colin Powell

Jack Maditsi
Higher Education Consultant


Kingsley N Seletisha


My name is Kingsley Seletisha, a Higher Education Consultant at the Potchefstroom Campus in the beautiful North  West province.

I thoroughly enjoy understanding people and offering possible solutions. Knowing that I can help and do it to the  best of my abilities is really rewarding for me. I am an open person with a positive outlook on life – “the glass is half-  full” kind of person.

When I sit down with a student I try to understand what their ultimate goal is, where they see themselves in a few  years. Together we can then go through the best path that will get them there, I want students to make informed  decisions in order for them to succeed.

If I can share one tip to give matric students it would be: Do not procrastinate that which you can do today. Think about what you want to achieve and base all your decisions on this goal. Decide, Commit, Succeed!

Today is the best day to begin!

Kingsley Seletisha
Higher Education Consultant