Honoris United Universities has acquired École d’Architecture de Casablanca (EAC) in Morocco, a development that builds on the vision and breadth of its distinctive program offerings and employability focus. This acquisition marks another key milestone in the expansion of Honoris as earlier this year the network also partnered with EMSI, the largest private higher education…
lereporter.ma – October 8th, 2018
Women in STEM by Dr Kaïs Mabrouk, Executive Director of International Development at Université Central Tunisia Africa is undergoing major economic and social changes, partly as a result of the rapid development in ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and the growth of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) markets on the African continent.
September saw Honoris welcome 54 incredible female entrepreneurs from across Africa in the first Women In Africa (WIA) boot camp, hosted at EMSI’s campus in Marrakech. This boot camp builds on Honoris’ training partner position with WIA Philanthropy to empower women entrepreneurs.
Employability by Paresh Soni Associate Director: MANCOSA Graduate School of Business There’s an old Jesuit maxim “Give me the child for the first seven years and I will give you the man.” This view assumed people were largely stuck with what they had become when they entered the world of work, and is still influential.
A first for southern Africa as Regent Business School launches a Postgraduate Diploma in Islamic Finance and Banking
Bizcommunity.com – July 25th, 2018
On July 17th, Honoris’ executive team and board members were honored by the presence of Mr. Chedly Bouallegue – Governor of Tunis and Mrs. Souad Abderrahim – Mayor of Tunis. The pair joined the team in a ceremony organized to lay the cornerstone of the new Université Centrale campus.
Three students from across the Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, have been awarded the Actis International Scholarship. Viraksha Chetty, MBA graduate from Regent Business School, South Africa has won the opportunity of a lifetime to join the Women Transforming Leadership programme at the prestigious University of Oxford whilst Akram Maaroufi,…
Jobs of Tomorrow by Paresh Soni Associate Director: MANCOSA Graduate School of Business A tsunami of change is upon us and inevitably it will shape the way we work. These new configurations will almost be unrecognisable by today’s business leaders.
Jobs of Tomorrow by Paresh Soni Associate Director: MANCOSA Graduate School of Business The world is currently in the midst of an industrial revolution with an exponential pace of change and it is disrupting every industry in every country. This revolution is different from the past three in terms of velocity, scope and impact. It…