Registration is in February of each year and a maximum intake of 140 students is allowed.
The student body become well integrated and forms a key support structure to each individual in the class. We support peer to peer learning and encourage different opinions and views – enable our student body to derive value from each other input.
The alumni at Henley SA are key in staying involved with the future of Henley as we believe in partnerships.
The connections our students build while studying at Henley last the rest of their lives. Armed with professional skills and experiences, Henley graduates are not only prepared to take different challenges, but they are also automatically connected to successful leaders and innovators in a broad spectrum of industries worldwide. This strong tradition of engaging the programme members will help to further inspiration, which is rewarding for everyone.
Herewith some of the learning our own alumni would like to share with prospective individuals consider applying for an MBA through Henley:
Guy Leven-Marcon, Partners in Performance International (MBA Class of 1996)
“I am currently living in Australia and occasionally come across Henley Alumni like Ian Pearce (Xstrata). Doing the MBA at Henley was a career changing experience for me as it opened a door into Management Consulting which I am really enjoying and has taken me to a lot interesting places (mainly mines!) via Gemini Consulting and PIP (Partners in Performance).”
Craig Kiggen, Executive Director, Craig Kiggen CFP (MBA Class of 2009)
“Our Dean, Prof. Jon Foster-Pedley presented to the Durban Chapter of the Young Presidents Organisation on the 6th May 2011. For those who don’t know, YPO is an organisation of 18 000 CEO’s or Managing Directors of medium to large entities around the world. The session entitled “Innovation and Strategy – Are these opposing forces?” was thoroughly enjoyed by the members attending the function. Subsequent to the session, the members have highlighted the value an event like that has added to their business, some have even begun reengineering the way the did there performance appraisals. If you ever get the opportunity to listen to Jon lecture, you won’t regret the time taken to attend. He is extremely passionate, and a true asset to Henley SA. Thank you to Jon and your team for making the event a memorably brilliant as you did.”