Our journey over the last five years highlights our ongoing commitment to fulfilling our purpose which is to expand our reach and transform lives by elevating higher education across the African continent.
Honoris and Le Wagon will enable students to secure roles at tech and digital companies.
Adaptive learning uses proven data analytics and technologies that deeply understand the learning patterns of every unique individual through algorithms from billions of learning experiences, automatically adjusting to the needs of each learner.
Le wagon extends its coding bootcamp to Mauritius where the tech-scene is booming.
Honoris’ skills development and career services work closely with students along their journey to employment, ensuring their job-readiness. This is accomplished by various methods, such as one-to-one counselling, career development workshops and webinars, speaker series, job readiness training, and interview preparation among others.
Le Wagon extends its coding bootcamp to Morocco, expanding its community of tech creators.
Honoris rolled-out its first Pan-African augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality(VR) platform in partnership with EON Reality, a United States based world leader in AR/VR.
Honoris United Universities announced an inaugural partnership with the pan-African innovation network to support the provision of entrepreneurship and innovation across the continent.
With an established ecosystem of makerspaces, incubators and innovation centers across Africa, Honoris, becomes part of the 300-strong network of hubs within the AfriLabs remit, the largest alliance of innovation and technology centers in the continent.
Honoris is announced the winner of the Higher Education Institution category for The Education Investor Awards 2021. The Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in the business of education and champion organizations that have made an outstanding commitment and contribution to the industry between, May 2020 – May 2021.
Eight Moroccan women are finalists for WIA54 2021 edition, a pan-African project led by Women in Africa which supports high-potential African women entrepreneurs. For this 5th edition, WIA has chosen to have them accompanied by a group of renowned mentors.
Honoris announced its latest expansion by signing definitive transaction documents (subject to regulatory approvals) to acquire Merit University, the leading private university in New Sohag City, Egypt.
Prof. Karodia, founder of Mancosa and of RBS, is recognized as an African impact leader in education.
Over the course of 2 months in 2020, Honoris institutions achieved a digital transformation that would have required at least two years, ensuring continuity of studying and teaching without interruption.
The Honoris network expands with two new campuses in Morocco, in Rabat and Marrakech, and new campuses in Cape Town South Africa for Mancosa and RBS.
Honoris develops 3D-printed respirator and potentially lifesaving diagnostics and equipment in support of global efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Honoris and Le Wagon, the leading coding bootcamp, join forces to offer a free online coding course across Africa. This course aims to introduce the next generation of professionals to ‘the new language for the future work place’: Coding.
The selection of eight young scientists and economists from the Honoris network represents the strengthening of ties between Honoris and Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in promoting research in Africa.
The expansion of the Honoris network into Nigeria marks a major milestone in Honoris’ mission to provide high quality education across the continent.
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. Its function is to ensure that educator graduates are globally recognised for their professional skills, able to teach across diverse school contexts, resourceful and can utilise technology for teaching and learning.
The Honoris 21st Century Skills Certificate serves to enhance the employability of its students by equipping them with highly demanded soft and digital skills for the 21st century world of work.
The Honoris network expands further into South Africa with the inclusion of Red & Yellow Creative School of Business (R&Y), thereby diversifying its provision of education with the introduction of advertising, marketing, and design professions.
The prestigious international recognition with SSIH, the world’s largest healthcare simulation accreditation body, demonstrates Honoris’ commitment to the development of cutting-edge health training in Africa.
Operating with solid principles and values is the foundation of Honoris and of every university in the network. Honoris aims to ensure that best practices are implemented in all academic and business aspects of operations.
Honoris deepened its focus on STEM education by welcoming ESPRIT Group of Tunisia into the organization. ESPRIT Group provides education and training in the fields of Computer Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering, and Management Science.
The Honoris Academic Council was established in an effort to accelerate the sharing of academic best-practices and to develop a broad ‘employability agenda’ designed around entrepreneurial and workplace skills and credentials.
The leading Business school in South Africa, RBS, expands its reach to Namibia with a new Campus in Windhoek.
The new campus which combines the excellence of EMSI, Université Mundiapolis, and EAC provides students with modern spaces conducive to learning and includes conference facilities dedicated to academic and cultural exchange for academics, students, and the general public.
Honoris signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an elite academic establishment which collaborates with renowned Science and Research institutions worldwide. The MoU details future plans for Honoris to form a delegation of outstanding Natural Sciences and Economics Graduates from Africa.
The new School of Education reflects Honoris’ continent-wide goals of improving quality of education in Africa and reimagining teacher education in the 21st century.
Institutions across the Honoris network launched Career Centers to give students a smooth transition from academia into the workplace.
Ecole Marocaine des Sciences de l’Ingénieur (EMSI) in Morocco and YK Business School (YKBS) in Mauritius join the Honoris network.
Honoris signed a MoU with ESCP Europe to further its transnational network of leading academic centers of excellence and to support ESCP Europe’s mission to participate in the future training of African leaders.
EAC represents Honoris’ first specialized architecture institution. This builds on the vision and breadth of the Honoris network’s distinctive program offerings and employability focus.
The membership of the UPSAT Group marks another milestone in the rapid growth of Honoris’ health sciences education network in North Africa.
The Honoris Medical Simulation Center (MSC) in Tunisia was developed in coordination with international experts, using advanced technologies to create an impressive 2500m2 site in the city of Tunis. The center is equipped to international standards with four simulation type laboratories, cementing Honoris as a leading provider of health education in North Africa.
Honoris announces expansion in South Africa, with new MANCOSA and RBS campuses in Johannesburg and Pretoria.
REGENT Business School (RBS) announces the opening of the iLeadLAB – a new ‘Employability Unit’. This is a direct response to the accelerated pace of technological transformation and labour market disruption.
IMSET expands its reach in Tunisia, opening campuses in Sousse, Gabès, and Nabeul.
Actis, a leading investor in growth markets, announces a major Pan-African higher education initiative – Honoris United Universities.
At inception, Honoris comprises 7 institutions in beacon markets: UNIVERSITÉ CENTRALE, Académie d’Art de Carthage (AAC) and IMSET in Tunisia, Université Mundiapolis and EMSI in Morocco; and MANCOSA and REGENT Business School in Southern Africa.
Women in Africa (WIA) is the first pan-African initiative which promotes the role of women in the development of Africa.
REGENT Business School (South Africa) joins forces with UNIVERSITÉ CENTRALE (Tunisia) and Université Mundiapolis (Morocco) to offer its Global pan-African MBA program via distance learning in North Africa.