Triple-ac­cred­ited in­sti­tu­tion a truly in­ter­na­tional ex­pe­ri­ence

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HEN­LEY Busi­ness School Africa is the African arm of Hen­ley Busi­ness School UK, the old­est busi­ness school in Europe, and part of the Univer­sity of Read­ing. Founded in 1946, Hen­ley has 70 years’ global ex­pe­ri­ence in Ex­ec­u­tive Ed­u­ca­tion and op­er­ates in 17 coun­tries. The South African cam­pus was es­tab­lished 26 years ago.

Hen­ley is triple-ac­cred­ited by the three ma­jor in­ter­na­tional aca­demics stan­dards bod­ies (AACB, AMBA, EQUIS) which means that as a busi­ness school it is reg­u­larly au­dited and sub­scribes to global best prac­tice.

The Hen­ley MBA is a truly in­ter­na­tional ex­pe­ri­ence, with a fam­ily-friendly ap­proach, glob­ally-fo­cused syl­labus, and re­search that in­cludes en­riched study trips and a co­hort drawn from the lead­ing economies of the world. This is in­cluded in Hen­ley’s Ex­ec­u­tive Ed­u­ca­tion pro­grammes.

Hen­ley has built a rep­u­ta­tion for de­liv­er­ing out­stand­ing ed­u­ca­tion cov­er­ing the busi­ness and public sec­tor and is reg­u­larly ac­knowl­edged world­wide in in­ter­na­tional rank­ings and ac­cred­i­ta­tion for the qual­ity of its pro­grammes and fo­cus on alumni.

Hen­ley’s Africa Con­nect Alumni, an on­line plat­form, al­lows Hen­ley MBA and Ex­ec­u­tive Ed­u­ca­tion alumni to net­work with past stu­dents, re­ceive news and event up­dates as well as men­tor­ing ser­vices and on­go­ing ed­u­ca­tion of­fer­ings.

“This al­lows alumni to re-con­nect with old class­mates as well as utilise the trusted Hen­ley Africa en­vi­ron­ment to ex­pand their pro­fes­sional net­work. By fully in­te­grat­ing with so­cial net­works and cul­ti­vat­ing a cul­ture of help­ing and giv­ing back, alumni will par­take in Hen­ley’s vi­brant com­mu­nity,” said Jon Foster-Ped­ley, dean of Hen­ley Busi­ness School Africa.

Hen­ley Busi­ness School

Jon Foster-Ped­ley, dean, Hen­ley Busi­ness School Africa

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