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…
Women Leadership by Honoris Staff Writer In solidarity with International Women’s Day on 8 March, Mohamed Goga, Managing Director of MANCOSA, South Africa, gives insights into the effects of gender inequality and how educational institutions can address the imbalance to help build a brighter Africa.