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The purpose of the Gordon Institute of Business Science is to improve significantly the competitive performance of individuals and organisations through business education. Click here for further information.
The MBA curriculum is challenging and regularly includes group work and debate. Students are encouraged to widen the borders of their thinking and to envision what is possible, and not to see merely what is before them. Click here for further information.
Henley Africa is rated among the top business schools in the world. It's one of only a few business schools in Africa to offer a triple-accredited MBA, with accreditation from the leading UK, European and US accreditation bodies. It is also accredited by South Africa’s Council on Higher Education. Click here for further information.
IIE MSA provides innovative and exceptional learning experiences to students in a way that ensures intellectual engagement and critical thinking. Our students are empowered to maximise their potential and are equipped to meet real needs to advance the development of society. Click here for further information.
The purpose of the Johannesburg Business School (JBS) at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) is clear. We want to equip people to grow small and medium-sized businesses and by so doing create jobs and expand Click here for further information.
The Milpark MBA is delivered by specialised faculty, comprising academics, practitioners and industry experts who assess global trends and apply these with local relevance to ensure that you are trained to ‘think globally and act locally’ within your organisation. Click here for further information.
A defining feature of the Nelson Mandela University Business School MBA is our focus on leadership development. The School’s leadership development programme forms the backbone of our MBA and infuses leadership development throughout the MBA modules. Click here for further information.
NWU Business School takes the lead in growing and empowering managers and leaders beyond classrooms. Click here for further information.
RBS was established in 1998 as a post-apartheid empowerment institution with the mission to provide affordable and accessible business and management education programmes. Click here for further information.
The Rhodes Business School MBA is a three-year, part-time, modular programme. It consists of 12 core courses, 4 elective courses and a 20 000-word Research Report. Click here for further information.
The Tshwane School for Business and Society (TSB) MBA programme for executives was designed for managers and leaders who wish to develop their talent and harness competencies necessary for a senior management position by unlocking their inner potential in a structured learning environment. Click here for further information.
The UCT MBA is one of the oldest management programmes in South Africa and has been producing world-class graduates for almost four decades. Click here for further information.
The UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) helps organisations meet today's challenges. Click here for further information.
Key reasons to choose USB’s MBA: It has 3 international accreditations (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA) and it is offered in 3 formats (full-time, modular, blended learning) with 2 specialisation streams in Health Care Leadership and Managing of International Organisations. It will enable you to manage up to board level in any industry. It also has a strong focus on leadership skills, critical thinking skills, international exposure (includes International Study Module at foreign business school), collaborative learning and networking. Click here for further information.
At the Wits Business School we recognise that our task, through our academic and executive education programmes, is to equip leaders, managers and entrepreneurs with skills to proactively address challenges presented by the changing environment within which we operate. Click here for further information.
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