In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare delivery, education stands as the cornerstone for preparing competent professionals capable of navigating the complexities of modern healthcare. This is particularly crucial in the pan-African context, where the demand for skilled healthcare professionals continues to rise alongside advancements in medical technology.
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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.
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.
Each year, we define our employability priorities in line with labour market trends to improve student and alumni employability and best prepare our graduates to take on the jobs of tomorrow.
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.
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…
In our technology-driven world, digital tools have profoundly transformed the realm of education. Higher education institutions in particular have witnessed first-hand an accelerated transition to online practices and virtual communities.
Graduates are more motivated about their future when they have a clear understanding of themselves and how they might work when they leave. A key function of Honoris institutions is to help prepare students to transition successfully into a future career and to support working adults developing their professional’s path.
by Houbeb Ajmi, Regional CEO, Honoris United Universities As we approach the end of 2020, a year with unforeseen global health challenges, international commentators are often asking, how did Africa retain its innate resilience in the fight against COVID-19? Despite under-staffed and under-resourced healthcare systems across the continent, the data shows a promising outlook in…