Nile University held its 3rd annual career fair as part of its ongoing efforts to boost student employability. The event, which was organized by the University’s Career Services Center, had a record attendance of over 3,000 students and alumni as well as more than 40 organizations.
digitalstreetsa.com – July 18th, 2022 South Africa’s overburdened health system is in critical need of innovation which can be brought about through incorporating technology,
theafricareport.com – June 24th, 2022 Africa’s largest private higher education network In recognition of International Women’s Day, Honoris United Universities plans to expand in Egypt, Kenya and Côte d’Ivoire,
Cape Town, June 14 2022 – This week marks the launch of Cape Town’s newest and most exciting coding school, Le Wagon, held in partnership with the Red & Yellow Creative School of Business
When Honoris United Universities convened the collective expertise of its first member institutions back in 2017, our mission to educate for impact was in response to the complex challenges that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is accelerating. Now, as the first and largest network of higher education institutions in Africa, with over 61,000 students across 32…
africa.com – May 31st, 2022 Red & Yellow Creative School of Business, South Africa’s leading authority in digital marketing education,
thepienews.com – 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.
Honoris Educational Network Announces International Partnership to Provide Critical Skills in Mauritius
Mauritius, 26 May 2022 – South Africa’s Red & Yellow Creative School of Business joins Mauritius-based Honoris Educational Network to offer Digital Marketing to emerging talent in the country from July 2022. Not only is this a key milestone for both institutions, and the first international expansion for Red & Yellow, but also celebrates the…
University World News – May 26th, 2022 A network of 15 private institutions spread across 10 countries in four regions in North, West, Central and Southern Africa, aims to train an additional 100,000 students over five years – up from its current 61,000.
CASABLANCA / DURBAN / TUNIS / ABUJA – 9AM UTC, 19 May 2022 – Today, Honoris United Universities, the first and largest pan-African network of private higher education institutions in Africa, releases its inaugural impact report. The report highlights Honoris’ commitment to Education for Impact for students, their families and communities across Africa and assesses…