Business Schools

There are many business schools operating in South Africa today. These educational institutions specialise in business and management training. They generally offer accredited post graduate learning programmes. Professionals can obtain business related degrees by studying at a recognized institution.

UCT Graduate School of Business - GSB Milpark Business School
GIBS Business School UNISA School of Business Leadership
University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) IMM Graduate School

The Business Acumen for Artists course run by the UCT Graduate School of Business celebrates ten years of boosting creative entrepreneurs across South Africa.

2016 has seen unprecedented levels of growth in innovation across continents. But, say experts, it may take a little work from executives to make this pattern sustainable.

SAA’s Head of Marketing and a UCT Graduate School of Business alumna, Kim Thipe, has been named one of the world’s 15 top women in marketing by the Direct Marketing News 2016 Marketing Hall of Femme.

A new report shows that the cost of cancer care is rising globally at a rate of between 7.5 – 10.5%, but South African medical professionals are poised to tackle this problem with a ground-breaking conference in Kempton Park later this year.

GSB panel calls for a ‘revolution in how we think and act’ to reverse SA’s downward slide.

The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has, for the thirteenth year in a row, retained its top spot as the leading African and South African provider of business school executive education programmes – according to the prestigious annual UK Financial Times (FT) Executive Education rankings announced.

Africa’s leading business school has started recruiting for all Open Academic Programmes for its 2017 cohort.

Global statistics show that the gap in salary between men and women refuses to close, and that in South Africa there are also other forms of salary discrimination.

The Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) will once again be hosting its annual CareerExpo on Saturday, 14 May at its Illovo campus in Sandton.

Forget a lack of leadership at the top, a new survey shows that there is a huge demand for good entry-level managers in South Africa.

A career change can be a daunting prospect, but an MBA can help you land one of the great MBA jobs out there.

A collaboration between two of the world’s top business schools will see the development of emerging market-focused business learning material that will contribute to the ‘decolonisation’ of the business school curriculum locally.

Looking for an MBA that can be combined with your job? This overview explains the differences between part-time, online, blended and executive MBAs.

Do you qualify to pursue your MBA degree? Edinburgh Napier University provides its criteria for prospective applicants.

To survive what looks to be an increasingly challenging future, managers and leaders need to unlearn the lessons of the past and be prepared to embrace a new way of being in business.

As land reform takes centre stage ahead of municipal elections this year, the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has called for professionals in the property sector to arm themselves with the right skills to navigate this exciting but often controversial terrain.

MBA programmes in South Africa are oversubscribed, while globally, employment prospects for MBAs are strong. In such a context, preparing a strong application to gain admission to the top schools is now a key focus of MBA applicants.

Absenteeism in the workplace costs South Africa between R12 billion and R16 billion each year in lost productivity. But a new study reveals that a good manager can help reduce employee sick days and boost output at work.

South Africa’s embattled institutes of higher learning could find long-term solutions to the current crisis in education by applying the principles of business model innovation.

With the South African economy skirting recession and insolvencies on the rise, experts warn that businesses need to pay closer attention to their financial health to avoid getting into trouble.

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business has maintained its place in the top 100 business schools in the world for the 12th consecutive year, demonstrating that the school continues to successfully walk the fine line between local relevance and international competitiveness.

Studying at the GSB has given a Canadian postgraduate student the opportunity to combine his professional interest in the world of finance with his personal desire to help people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Students who have failed their matric exams, or students who did not achieve the necessary results required for acceptance into tertiary studies, will have a second chance.

The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a specialised unit at the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB), has recently been awarded two prestigious awards for its work in creating social change.

Unsure of what to do with your life? The Young Minds Entrepreneurship Programme is ideal for school leavers, current students and even graduates.


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