Located in Morocco, L’Ecole d’Architecture de Casablanca (EAC) has enshrined among its founding principles the respect of international standards of training and the anchoring of its teaching around issues related to architectural creation, landscape, and urban planning.
As a proudly African network committed to empowering our graduates to thrive in a globalised world, we are passionate about giving our students the opportunity to learn from other cultures through international academic exchanges.
Some of Honoris’ member and partner institutions share some of the different ways that they are teaming up with industry leaders to improve student outcomes and prepare graduates for the world of work.
Honoris believes that regional and global collaboration through employer partnerships has a positive impact on students, communities, the environment, and the economy.
To build a stable and prosperous future for Africa, it is crucial that education focuses on employability for the lifetime success of the learners.
Passionate about the importance of giving our students real-world experiences in order to help them to thrive in the world of work, Honoris institutions across the continent are working to develop strong industry partnerships to increase job placements.
Doctor Umar Adam Ibrahim, Software Engineering Lecturer at Natural and Applied Sciences, Nile University of Nigeria. Nile University of Nigeria boasts a diverse range of AI projects and research, spearheaded by Dr. Umar Adam Ibrahim, along with his esteemed colleagues.
The launch of ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot released by OpenAI at the end of last year, and the more recent resigning of Geoffrey Hinton, one of the founders of Google, has brought AI and its pros and pitfalls into the global conversation.
By 2100, nearly half of the world’s population below the age of 24 will be Africans, giving the continent the opportunity to be the future of the world’s digital workforce.
What sets Honoris institutions apart from other universities is our strong emphasis on employability to ensure that all our 71,000 students including the 23,000 we graduated this year, are well prepared for the labour market and the future of work.