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What can Somalis teach South Africans about business?
What can Somalis teach South Africans about business?

Henley UK Executive MBA students work with local NGOs
Henley UK Executive MBA students work with local NGOs

There is a pressing need for a new African curriculum
There is a pressing need for a new African curriculum

The gold mine of the future – Gold Fields
The gold mine of the future – Gold Fields

#feesmustfall: Don’t give it to the rich
#feesmustfall: Don’t give it to the rich

UNISA SBL MBA degree has been approved and accredited
UNISA SBL MBA degree has been approved and accredited

Be strategic, not defensive, about the future
Be strategic, not defensive, about the future

UCT Graduate School of Business makes it a full dozen
UCT Graduate School of Business makes it a full dozen

Business disruption - an opportunity not a threat
Business disruption - an opportunity not a threat

Early signs of strong MBA recruitment in 2016
Early signs of strong MBA recruitment in 2016

Women entrepreneurs thriving worldwide
Women entrepreneurs thriving worldwide

Milpark’s MBA amongst the best in SA
Milpark’s MBA amongst the best in SA

GIBS Academic Director appointed to EMBA Council board
GIBS Academic Director appointed to EMBA Council board

UCT GSB team wins top international competition
UCT GSB team wins top international competition

Corporate culture – A myth?
Corporate culture – A myth?

The effect of indigenisation on financial development
The effect of indigenisation on financial development

Dreaming big with local soccer club
Dreaming big with local soccer club

The future may be high-tech, but people will save the day
The future may be high-tech, but people will save the day

How to make 2016 your best year ever
How to make 2016 your best year ever

Rising interest rate cycle will harm growth and employment
Rising interest rate cycle will harm growth and employment

The Cleveland Clinic’s ‘10 Commandments’ of Innovation
The Cleveland Clinic’s ‘10 Commandments’ of Innovation

Empires of the mind
Empires of the mind

Lessons SA can learn from the Design Indaba
Lessons SA can learn from the Design Indaba

USB appoints Career Services manager
USB appoints Career Services manager

UCT GSB scoops two prestigious rankings in October
UCT GSB scoops two prestigious rankings in October

Top Small Business Academy participant announced
Top Small Business Academy participant announced

Thabo Mbeki: Business leadership in Africa
Thabo Mbeki: Business leadership in Africa

Develop the youth, develop Africa
Develop the youth, develop Africa

Learning leadership from Moses in times of change
Learning leadership from Moses in times of change

Ethics and Leadership: A paradigm shift in higher education
Ethics and Leadership: A paradigm shift in higher education

SA as nation set to be poorer next year
SA as nation set to be poorer next year

SA MBA student-team wins top international case competition
SA MBA student-team wins top international case competition

How smart leaders deliver outstanding value
How smart leaders deliver outstanding value

Unisa SBL grapples with the issue of youth unemployment
Unisa SBL grapples with the issue of youth unemployment

USB MBA achievers awarded at farewell function
USB MBA achievers awarded at farewell function

Herman Mashaba adresses NMMU Business School’s MBA class
Herman Mashaba adresses NMMU Business School’s MBA class

Rising interest rate cycle will cost the economy
Rising interest rate cycle will cost the economy

A future beyond the energy crisis
A future beyond the energy crisis

The key to funding free education
The key to funding free education

The great fall: Is South Africa having its own Arab Spring?
The great fall: Is South Africa having its own Arab Spring?

When staying put in a job pays off
When staying put in a job pays off

We can commend protesting students, but...
We can commend protesting students, but...

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
Henley MBA Information Session
Henley MBA Information Session
12 February 2016,
Johannesburg



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 InfoCentre or website.

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