All You Need to Know About South Africa Business School in 2019
South Africa Business School – Founded in 2015, SABS has trained over 5000 students through various curricula. We are well equipped in training delivery and provide a complete service to analyze, evaluate and implement your company’s training needs, or to ensure your staff obtains a full qualification in a cost-effective manner.
With our flexible approach to training, delegates can either be trained at our campuses or at our client’s venue of choice. Lectures at our workshops are presented by distinguished faculty and subject-matter experts.
South Africa Business School
We are dedicated to following a holistic approach which enables us to offer you an unsurpassed depth of expertise and technical know-how.
SA Business School is a proud member of the SSDA group of companies; Shapiro, Shaik Defries and Associates, SA Procurement Hub, iContact BPO, Metropolitan Revenue Collections and Capital Securitization. Majority shareholders are the Genesis Capital Group.
SABSA aims not only to improve the recognition of the organization as a representative of SA business schools with government and regulatory bodies, but also to strengthen ties with the business fraternity.
SABSA members all offer MBA or MBL programmes accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE). Nineteen member business schools are spread geographically around South Africa offering full-time, part-time, modular or executive MBA programmes. A broad range of Executive Education short courses are also offered.
The South African Business Schools Association (SABSA) assists in creating an effective means of leveraging information, skills and expertise between business schools and assists to develop the business education sector in line with international standards.
It aims to provide a platform for the generation and exchange of innovative ideas as well as the exposure of best local and international practices and experience. This sharing of knowledge is aimed at improving the overall quality of business education on an ongoing basis.
To be a global architect in generating new knowledge and thought leadership so that member schools can be a catalyst for both transformative social change and economic prosperity.
SABSA’s core values are a commitment to a transformative educational environment predicated on equity, tolerance, dignity and social justice in which compassion, cooperation and respect are paramount.
SABSA is committed to addressing the concerns of diversity, gender equality, transformation and the cancer of inequality, all of which are substantial obstacles on the way to achieving quality management education.
SABSA stresses the importance of integrity and ethics, and seeks to cultivate a sustainable environment of excellence in all of its activities. In a society rich in cultural diversity, SABSA strives for mutual respect, dignity and understanding so as to foster a vibrant and compelling learning community.
To achieve its objectives the association:
- Acts as a body to promote the collective interests of its members
- Promotes interest in and knowledge of business and management
- Promotes co-operation with other reputable and recognized institutions
- Creates a forum for the discussion of relevant education legislation
- Assists in the development of teaching methodology
- Organizes academic conferences
- Assists the development of those business schools in earlier stages of development
- Improves on the system of assessment of the quality of business education in South Africa
MBA Entry Requirements
1. A four year Bachelor’s degree or
2. A post-graduate Diploma (Business Administration) at Level 8 or
3. An applicable Honours degree or
4. A RPL process (candidates admitted according to a RPL process cannot comprise more than 10% per intake)
5. Any additional admission requirements set by the individual business school.
The Association is directed by Dr Millard Arnold, Chief Executive Officer. A President and two Vice Presidents are nominated from amongst the nineteen Member Schools. The Association is administered by a secretariat based in Johannesburg. The members of the Association meet twice every year.
What We Offer
SA Business School’s four business principles of Quality, Affordability, Recognition and Customer Service underpin everything that we do. In addition, our principles provide a solid foundation for year-on-year growth in student numbers and continued improvement of the overall learning experience.
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