REGENT Business School celebrates over 2,000 graduates and emphasizes the value of higher education in shaping future success

7 July 2023 – South Africa’s REGENT Business School recently held its highly anticipated Gauteng graduation ceremony marking a significant milestone in the lives of more than 2,000 graduates – including those in the MBA program – who successfully completed their courses and are now prepared to embark on the next stage of their careers. The ceremony highlighted the transformative power of higher education, regardless of age, and its potential to change the trajectory of someone’s life. The Honoris United Universities member institution offers a diverse range of educational programs, with 34 qualifications designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in today’s dynamic business landscape.

Speaking about the exceptional results achieved by this year’s graduates, Dr. Ridwaan Asvat, REGENT Business School’s Academic Operations Director stated, “We are incredibly proud of the accomplishments of our graduates. Their dedication, perseverance, and hard work have paid off, and we are confident that they will make a significant impact in their respective fields. As they step into the professional world, we believe they are well-prepared to tackle challenges, innovate, and lead with distinction.”

LeeAnne Soobramoney, a top achiever in this year’s graduating class, completed a BCom degree with a major in Business Management. Reflecting on her journey, Soobramoney said, “As a wife and mother who has a full-time job, completing this degree was not without challenges. Regent Business School has been instrumental in helping me achieve a goal I set myself – to complete my BCom by the time I turned 40 – and I celebrated my 40th birthday the week before graduation. This would not have been possible without the encouragement they offered. The knowledge and skills I acquired during my studies have provided me with a strong foundation to pursue career aspirations that were not previously attainable. I am grateful for the opportunities and support I received throughout my academic journey.”