Honoris United Universities, Africa’s first and largest pan-African network of private higher education institutions, today announced its expansion into West Africa by welcoming Nile University of Nigeria, known for its strong academic credentials and best-in-class faculties, into the network.
Reuters – July 1st, 2020
21st Century Skills. Fourth industrial revolution, Jobs of Tomorrow by Nidhal Rezg, Dean of Université Centrale, École Polytechnique, Tunisia In order to navigate the radically changed circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, companies have had to be agile. To keep business running, they have had to move online with urgency, providing employees with the…
The africa report – May 19th, 2020
The Moroccan School of Engineering Sciences (EMSI) won three medals at the international invention show, AsianInvent Singapore 2020, which was held online on Thursday May 14th.
Honoris United Universities and Le Wagon join forces to offer free online coding course across Africa
How we made it in Africa – May 7th, 2020
Honoris United Universities today announced that it has joined forces with the internationally acclaimed and world #1 coding bootcamp, Le Wagon, to provide a free online web development course as the network integrates coding as a skill into its employability ecosystem.
21st Century Skills. Fourth industrial revolution, Jobs of Tomorrow by Laura Martin, Senior Business Analyst It is the year 2020, and the world is not the same as it used to be. A villager is able to receive mobile money without a smartphone; drones are able to deliver medical supplies including blood to some of…
Education for impact ® Honoris United Universities’ two primary mandates for the Covid-19 pandemic are to ensure that studies continue despite the upheaval, and to care for our students and staff and faculty through the crisis. Our CEO, Luis Lopez offers his thoughts on navigating the challenges, and offers thanks to students across the continent for their resilience and dedication.