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5 Best African Business School 2019 and Application Details

Filed in School News by on April 8, 2019

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5 Best African Business School 2019 and Application Details.

African Business School With Africa increasingly attracting investors and progressively becoming a business hub, it’s clear that the continent is ripe with opportunities. No one understands this better than the countless African entrepreneurs starting small businesses every day, playing their role in transforming the economic narrative of the continent.

African Business School

African Business School

The business sector in Africa has improved significantly over the course of time and universities throughout the continent have continued to expand and have more opportunities for students.

1. HEM Business School – Morocco:

One can’t talk about top business institutions in Africa without mentioning Morocco’s HEM [Institut des Hautes études de management] Business School. Founded in 1988, HEM is one of the largest private business schools in the North African country. It’s home to more than 2,000 students spread across its campuses in Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakech, Fez, and Tangier.

The school offers various master’s degrees and an MBA, with specializations in Business Finance, Marketing, Accounting Control Audit, and Industrial Management. HEM has been attracting a slew of investors over the years. Its biggest to date is the World Bank affiliate, the International Finance Corporation, which invested the US $7 million in 2013.

2. Gordon Institute of Business Science – South Africa:

Is this the best business school in Africa? Yes according to the UK’s leading financial publication, the Financial Times. The school has featured almost every year on the publication’s annual list of leading business schools in the world for customized executive education programmes. The 2016 rankings place the Gordon Institute of Business Science within the top 50 in the world, making it the best not only in South Africa but on the whole continent.

Founded in 2000, the institution offers open programmes for individuals and custom programmes for organizations, with courses such as internationally accredited MBA programmes, Doctorate in Business Administration, Post-graduate Diploma in Business Administration, and a wide range of executive and academic courses.

3. The University of Dar es Salaam Business School – Tanzania:

This is one of the continent’s highly-rated business schools. It is located on the main campus of The University of Dar es Salaam, the oldest and largest public university in Tanzania. The school started in 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London. In 2008, the University of Dar es Salaam transformed its Faculty of Commerce and Management to give rise to what is today known as the University of Dar es Salaam Business School.

UBS’s quality of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes as well as extensive training and consultancy courses in business, entrepreneurship, and management earn the school its reputation as one of the leading institutions in business and management research in the Sub-Saharan region. The institution’s four departments include Accounting, Finance, Marketing, and General Management.

4. Wits Business School – South Africa:

Wits Business School has for several years featured in various international rankings as one of the top business institutions in the world. It has rubbed shoulders with the best of the best in prestigious rankings such as the Times Higher Education Alma Mater Index and the BRICS & Emerging Economies Top 100 Ranking.

Established in 1968, the institution is based in Johannesburg, Africa’s economic hub. The school offers an array of executive programmes, including a Senior Executive Programme run in partnership with Harvard Business School, an MBA, and other Master’s business degree courses, as well as a variety of short courses. Wits Business School is also known for its design of programmes for companies, whereby it partners with organizations to come up with a solution to address the company’s business challenges or how to grow the business.

5. Lagos Business School – Nigeria:

The school was established in 1991, starting out as a small institution called the Centre for Professional Communications. At the time, it only offered management courses relevant to the Nigerian business environment, but the school has since grown to provide academic programmes and executive programmes.

It added the full-time MBA programme in 2003 with the aim of developing professionals with practical management knowledge relevant to the global business environment. It should come as no surprise then that the institution is regarded as the leading business school in West Africa, having been ranked among the best in the world by the Financial Times for the tenth year in a row since 2007.

CSN Team.

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