Considering a 'family friendly' MBA from Henley, SA's only international one?
What options do students have if they join a business school such as Henley Business School Africa?
Henley Business School Africa (formerly Henley Management College, South Africa) is a fully-owned subsidiary of the British-based Henley Business School, one of the oldest business schools in Europe with operations in 17 countries.
The South African campus has offered MBAs since 1992 and shares international accreditation with its parent.
It is, of course, also locally accredited.
The Economist in 2018 rated Henley Business School Africa as having the best “Alumni network, potential to network” in the world.
For more detail listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Get into the workplace any way you can! Don’t expect the world to just come to you… Get practical experience, then get an undergrad degree...Jon Foster-Pedley, Henley Business School Africa
For 30 years people have been saying the MBA is dead. It never is!Jon Foster-Pedley, Henley Business School Africa
A good MBA… is going to do wonders for you!Jon Foster-Pedley, Henley Business School Africa
It’s not about money. It’s about having a decent life… and helping build the country.Jon Foster-Pedley, Henley Business School Africa
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