Revealing research questions the impact of African business schools

Press release: Revealing research questions the impact of African business schools   15 June 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. There is no limit to the areas in which African business schools can widen their footprint, believes Jonathan Foster-Pedley, dean and director: Henley Business School Africa and a board member of the Association of African Business Schools…

From sages on the stage to peers in the sphere

Is it time to break the traditional barriers to learning and provide vital corporate education? By Jon Foster-Pedley, dean and director of Henley Business School Africa. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jon-foster-pedley-b83805/ As we pass the two-year anniversary of our first lockdown to battle the spread of Covid-19, the question now is whether education will stay online, go back to…

Henley Africa declares Day of Remembrance to remember the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic

Press release: Henley Africa declares Day of Remembrance to remember the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic 15 December 2021. Johannesburg, South Africa.HENLEY Business School Africa has declared Friday 17 December 2021, the day after South Africa’s Day of Reconciliation, a Henley Africa Day of Remembrance to remember the victims of the COVID- 19 pandemic and…

Henley Africa’s MBA is the only international MBA on offer in South Africa

For Jonathan Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Africa, and Dr Adri Drotskie, Henley Africa’s MBA Director, it was of critical importance that the MBA offered by Henley Africa was family-friendly. The MBA programme is, therefore, a part-time programme that runs over 30-months and provides enough flexibility that students have time for their families, other commitments and their full-time jobs.