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Management College of Southern Africa

Telephone: +27 31 300-7200
Fax: +27 31 300-7297
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Postal Address: 26 Samora Machel Street, Durban, 4001 South Africa
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The Mancosa [GSB]:

  • Develops competitive and career-centred skills;
  • Provides an intellectually stimulating environment;
  • Connects students to a global gateway of knowledge; and
  • Offers programmes that are responsive to regional, national and international needs.


Studying through distance learning means that there is little disruption to your personal life and full-time work schedule. The Mancosa [GSB] programmes enable students to be flexible in approaching their studies. Should your work require extensive travel and extended working hours, the Mancosa [GSB]’s distance learning programmes are ideally suited for you.

Affordability and Accessibility

The Mancosa [GSB] is committed to providing affordable access to higher education through the provision of accredited and quality management programmes.


The use of a range of teaching methods including formal lectures, case studies, group-work and self-study exercises are core to the success of the programmes. These methods help to build skills and competencies which develop students’ managerial capabilities.

Overall Experience

The Mancosa [GSB] programmes are designed and structured to stimulate you intellectually. The rigour of the programmes and the effort required to complete them successfully will ensure that you acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities to face the challenges of the business world. Optional international study tours are offered to enrich the MBA programme.

International  Study Tours

International study tours are organised during the year. The objectives of the study tours are to:

  • Learn about the institutional, political, cultural, socio-economic and business environment specific to the country;
  • Gain exposure to a variety of sectors and functions and apply such knowledge to the relevant sectors in your country;
  • Apply MBA theory and skills to real international business issues;
  • Network with business leaders, fellow delegates, international students and the public from the host nation; and
  • Provide an opportunity for business leaders and future researchers to develop an appreciation and understanding of the global economy.
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