Africa: Honoris maps success over five years – May 27th, 2022
Over half a decade, Honoris United Universities has equipped more than 61,000 students with “future-proof” skills to build rewarding careers solving Africa’s most pressing challenges.
In its inaugural impact report, the pan-African network of private higher education institutions found that it has transformed over 770,000 lives across Africa by preparing students to pursue “rewarding regional and international careers”.

In the five years since its formation in 2017, 80% of graduates of the 15-institution network have gained access to the job market within six months of graduating. Agreements with 400+ partners have helped with transition from academia to the workplace, as have 22 career centres used by more than 21,000+ students, Honoris noted.

“By living our core values of collaborative intelligence, cultural agility, and mobile mindsets, Honoris has become today what was envisioned five years ago – transformational pan-African social infrastructure to educate tomorrow’s workforce and harness Africa’s demographic dividend,” Honoris Group CEO, Jonathan Louw, said in a statement.

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