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Seeking solutions to the affordable housing crisis in Africa
Seeking solutions to the affordable housing crisis in Africa

NWU releases latest Policy Uncertainty Index
NWU releases latest Policy Uncertainty Index

Futures Studies panel looks into the future
Futures Studies panel looks into the future

UCT GSB funding opportunities
UCT GSB funding opportunities

The growth of women and the MBA
The growth of women and the MBA

6 qualities to lead in conflict-prone environments
6 qualities to lead in conflict-prone environments

Learn from conflict, says former USB expert
Learn from conflict, says former USB expert

Aspen Pharmacare again invests in future leaders
Aspen Pharmacare again invests in future leaders

Milpark launches new web-site
Milpark launches new web-site

Monash South Africa launches a professional MBA degree
Monash South Africa launches a professional MBA degree

GIBS associate director appointed to GSAE board
GIBS associate director appointed to GSAE board

USB welcomes new Career Services manager
USB welcomes new Career Services manager

R2m boost for African case studies
R2m boost for African case studies

Bank a vital anchor in rough political and economic seas
Bank a vital anchor in rough political and economic seas

Henley launches world-first MBA programme
Henley launches world-first MBA programme

MBA students shine at GIBS 2016 graduation ceremony
MBA students shine at GIBS 2016 graduation ceremony

When it comes to JZ and the ANC perhaps its all about KZN
When it comes to JZ and the ANC perhaps its all about KZN

Meet Africa’s first tech ‘Unicorn’ - Are more to come?
Meet Africa’s first tech ‘Unicorn’ - Are more to come?

Winning entrepreneur says laziness won’t get you anywhere
Winning entrepreneur says laziness won’t get you anywhere

Finalists announced in the MTN Entrepreneurship Challenge
Finalists announced in the MTN Entrepreneurship Challenge

We have a complete fracturing of leadership in this country
We have a complete fracturing of leadership in this country

What could we expect our leaders to do?
What could we expect our leaders to do?

How to turn leadership culture around
How to turn leadership culture around

Henley announces MBA scholarships
Henley announces MBA scholarships

Henley student displays creative MBA talent at Homemakers
Henley student displays creative MBA talent at Homemakers

New Export Helpdesk partnership with NMMU Business School
New Export Helpdesk partnership with NMMU Business School

USB MBA alumnus chosen by Harvard African Fellowship
USB MBA alumnus chosen by Harvard African Fellowship

SARB wrong to increase interest rates
SARB wrong to increase interest rates

Sharapova’s bitter pill
Sharapova’s bitter pill

Chair in African Philanthropy a first for the continent
Chair in African Philanthropy a first for the continent

Prof Arnold Smit on his role as USB’s head: Social Impact
Prof Arnold Smit on his role as USB’s head: Social Impact

Henley Launches International Faculty in SA
Henley Launches International Faculty in SA

Global Immersion for GIBS MBA students
Global Immersion for GIBS MBA students

How SA companies can succeed in the rest of Africa
How SA companies can succeed in the rest of Africa

We need to get the economy moving again
We need to get the economy moving again

NMMU’s MBA and PDBA now available in six cities
NMMU’s MBA and PDBA now available in six cities

Henley Family Friendly events encourage effective parenting
Henley Family Friendly events encourage effective parenting

GIBS Fundamo Forum with Hannes van Rensburg
GIBS Fundamo Forum with Hannes van Rensburg

The Internet of Things
The Internet of Things

7 tips for success from Cape Union Mart boss
7 tips for success from Cape Union Mart boss

The future of aviation - Comair CEO Erik Venter
The future of aviation - Comair CEO Erik Venter

Largest startup survey in SA launched
Largest startup survey in SA launched

Adult ADHD a ‘chronic disorder’, reveals research
Adult ADHD a ‘chronic disorder’, reveals research

Deal with what’s wrong without destroying what’s good
Deal with what’s wrong without destroying what’s good

Successful Digital Transformation starts with the customer
Successful Digital Transformation starts with the customer

How to go from good to great
How to go from good to great

Follow the masters
Follow the masters

Entrepreneurship: A culture we need to embrace
Entrepreneurship: A culture we need to embrace

Leaders flock to Leaderex
Leaders flock to Leaderex

Bring on the coach
Bring on the coach

New MBA timetable starts in 2016
New MBA timetable starts in 2016

EVENTS
GSB Connect - Information Sessions
GSB Connect - Information Sessions
31 May 2016,
Cape Town



03 JUNE 2012
Regenesys Business School keeps growing at a phenomenal rate
Regenesys Business School has just had another successful intake. In May 2012 the school had another 135 students embark on a journey of personal development and growth with one of the e-learning programmes. Regenesys was the first business school to offer a MBA qualification on an iPad and iPhone, and has continued to lead the way in providing access to quality education through innovative use of technology.

Our first intake this year in January saw enrolments of 574 students, who enrolled for both contact and e-learning qualifications from MBAs and Postgraduate Diplomas to Bachelor Degrees and Certificate programmes.

Our online support systems are dedicated to making the e-learning experience an unforgettable one, through timeous delivery of information and instant feedback and communication. Contact students also have access to all the e-learning support and their evening or day classes are conducted at our campus in Sandton, Johannesburg. We have first-class training facilities and facilitators to cater to all of our students’ needs.

Regenesys has grown rapidly over the years, having an increase from 3395 students in February 2011 to 6082 students in February 2012 (2012 Annual Report). Regenesys approaches education holistically, incorporating leadership skills and emotional and spiritual intelligence into the programmes.

Regenesys is now gearing towards the next intake which is in July 2012 and promoting our exciting two-week International Leadership Development Programme (www.regenesys.co.za/rildp) which will take participants on a world tour of learning global trends, leadership and innovation from the USA, china and South Africa.
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Regenesys Business School
The Regenesys MBA has a holistic approach to the development of future managers and leaders. Unlike traditional business schools focusing on IQ and quantitative management models, Regenesys adds qualitative dimensions to leadership development - emotional, spiritual and ethical. Visit our website.

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