21st Century learning environments

The future demands a lab-based, tech-rich, collaborative learning environment that simulates real-world situations led by a coach rather than a teacher. This form of peer-to-peer, hands-on learning is what is needed to build the necessary soft skills and entrepreneurial mindsets that are increasingly required by employers.

Since 2017, Honoris has established 11 multi-purpose 21st Century Learning Environments including innovation hubs, incubators, makerspaces, and cutting-edge laboratories such as the REGENT iLeadLabs and MANCOSA iTeachLab across South Africa or the Honoris Medical Simulation Center in Tunisia (accredited by the American organization, Society for Simulation in Healthcare).


iLeadLAB employability unit

REGENT Business School’s iLeadLAB aims at empowering its students with core skills and competencies to creatively bridge the gap between education and the demands of the 21st century workplace.


Honoris Collective Lab

The Honoris Collective Lab is a dedicated space for students to meet, learn, connect, create, share, and inspire.


Medical Simulation Center

The MSC trains students for the modern workplace by exposing them to tech-enabled healthcare early in their learning process.



The REGENT Enterprise Development Hub (redHUB) is a specialised unit of REGENT Business School in South Africa, providing training, mentoring and incubation services to start-up entrepreneurial ventures.


iTeach Lab

The vision of the iTeach Lab is to foster professional development, critical thinking skills, innovation and creativity of those specialising in the field of education.


Network Of Practice Enterprises In Tunisia

ReeT is the Network of Training Enterprises of Tunisia



Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation Laboratory attached to the Moroccan School of Engineering Sciences (EMSI), is a non-profit organization responsible for the promotion of engineering science and innovation.



SMARTiLab is a research, development, and innovation laboratory with areas of specialisation including embedded computing, information systems, data analysis, materials, artificial intelligence, connected objects (IoT), energy, mechanics, networks, and systems.