Quality of learning

Africa is the youngest continent in the world, with 60% of its 1.25 billion population under the age of 25. It is estimated that by 2050, the continent’s population will double and two in every five children in the world will be born in Africa – meaning more than a quarter of the world’s population will be in Africa

The increase in human-machine interaction of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is creating new types of jobs and demanding a unique combination of “digital” and “human” skills in the modern workplace. This is characterized by massive disruptions and rapid breakthroughs in technology-related fields. More than 130 million new jobs will likely emerge across the globe before 2030, which will require a set of soft and technical skills which are currently unmet by the traditional education models in place.

Honoris response?

Honoris is reshaping the future of education with its Education for Impact mission, by preparing future leaders to leapfrog over any obstacles on their way to achieving economic growth for their communities and transforming Africa. Through its innovative and future-oriented learning approach, Honoris is widening access to quality education and developing world-class African human talent with an entrepreneurial mindset and 21st century skills to match, in order to thrive in the globally disrupted world of work.

Jonathan Louw, CEO of Honoris

Education for impact is something we firmly believe in. It represents our vision, and it is one that our staff and faculty live every day. What it is at the root is a commitment to educating and preparing future leaders which we believe will contribute to the transformation of the continent

Quality education and teaching

Honoris’ strong academic excellence is based on national and international recognitions and accreditations. All Honoris institutions meet the highest national academic standards in their respective countries. These are as follows:



  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC)
  • The Mauritius Qualifications Authority (MQA)



  • Ministry of National Education
  • Vocational Training
  • Higher Education
  • Scientific Research



  • MES
  • Nigerian Universities Commission
  • NUC



  • South African Qualification accreditation
  • SAQA



  • The ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

International recognitions and accreditations

Honoris would like to present further international recognitions and accreditations acquired by its network of universities: