Professor Yusuf Karodia, founder of two member institutions of Honoris United Universities, Africa’s first and largest private higher education network, has been named African Person of the Year 2019 by African Leadership Magazine, in the category Development of Education.
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As a result of a partnership between Université Centrale, a member of Honoris United Universities Network and Essec Business School Paris, the high-level program entitled, “ADVANCED CERTIFICATE WOMEN BOARD READY” was launched within the Stock Exchange of Tunisia.
L’Université Centrale et Essec Business School Paris lancent le programme Advanced Certificate Women Board Ready
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Employability by Honoris Staff Writer Viraksha Chetty, an MBA graduate of Regent Business School, South Africa, was supported in the opportunity of a lifetime to join the Women Transforming Leadership programme at the prestigious University of Oxford in England. She provides insight into how the experience changed her both professionally and personally.
African Eye Report – December 24th, 2019
Honoris United Universities is proud to congratulate Professor Karodia – Founder of MANCOSA and Regent Business School in South Africa and Founding Partner of Honoris United Universities – for winning the annual African Leadership Magazine Persons of the year award in the Educational Development category.
Africa Outlook Magazine – November 27th, 2019