Henley Africa wins the best MBA business school as voted by corporate South Africa for the 4th year

18th June 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa is the highest ranked business school campus in Africa in the inaugural Open Syllabus/ Financial Times survey on Teaching Power announced at the end of May. There are about 13000 business schools worldwide and Henley was ranked 17th globally in this survey.  A total of…

“Reach out during Pride Month,” says Henley Business School’s Foster-Pedley

“Pride Month presents us with an annual reminder to be sensitive to the needs of members of the LGBTQ+ community,” urges dean Jon Foster-Pedley. “It’s easy to forget the daily challenges of these family members, colleagues, and peers who constantly navigate a minefield of prejudice, indignity, self-harm, substance abuse and even violence, within their work and living…

Henley MBA Dean’s Creative Industries scholarship awarded to Alexander Leibner

26 May 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa. MEDIA entrepreneur Alexander Leibner has been awarded the Dean’s Creative Industries Scholarship to study his executive MBA at Henley Business School Africa.  It’s full circle for the seasoned media-man who started his media career while he was still at high school, broadcasting on campus radio at Rhodes Music Radio…

Henley Business School Africa believes in real-life, real-time and relevant action learning

Independent Newspapers, MBA Feature – The Star, Pretoria News, The Mercury, The Cape Times 23rd April 2021 THERE are always two questions when it comes to a discussion about a Master of Business Administration (MBA). The first one is existential – What’s the point?.  The answer is simple. An MBA degree is vital because it…