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

As COP21 gets under way, a new survey reveals that students from the UCT Graduate School of Business and other top-ranking business schools around the world are demanding that business prioritise climate change and sustainability.

Recent changes in the qualifications necessary to obtain an MBA have raised the standards required of prospective applicants.

For the eighth year in a row, the international education rating agency Eduniversal has announced that the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) is the number one business school in Africa.

The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) is the only business school in Africa to make it on the Top 40 2015 Corporate Knights Better World MBA Ranking list.

Are you thinking of pursuing a business qualification? Here are three things you should know before starting business school.

Current MBA students might agree that the first four letters of the term business, “busi,” describes the reality of business school.

For students interested in pursuing an MBA abroad, acquiring information can be quite challenging. Understanding this The MBA Tour (Masters in Business Administration) will return in October to provide prospective students with an opportunity to engage with the world’s most prominent business schools from various countries.

A proposal by students that government form a student advisory panel on issues of development was welcomed by Minister of Small Business Development Lindiwe Zulu in Cape Town.

President Jacob Zuma will visit the UCT Graduate School of Business to discuss the role of development finance on the continent with students.

21 system entrepreneurs from around the world gathered at the UCT Graduate School of Business for the 2nd leg of an ambitious new global fellowship programme which seeks to find innovative ways to tackle complex social and environmental problems at their roots.

Business course builds much-needed bridge between creative professionals and business.

The Association for African Business Schools has announced that it will be launching an all-African accreditation process that will take African business school education into the future, where impact matters.

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) has developed a new specialisation option designed to support retail managers in difficult economic times – especially those wanting to expand into Africa.

Following the world’s first skin graft surgery in the Western Cape recently, a healthcare management expert says more innovations such as these depend on better management in the healthcare system.

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) now allows students on its Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice to specialise in health care leadership.

Africa’s top business school - the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business, launches two new courses on impact investing to bridge a critical knowledge gap on the continent.

Course for artists builds much-needed bridge between creative professionals and business.

SA women are among some of the strongest in the world – says leading author and motivational speaker.

One deserving individual stands to win an MBA from the University Of Cape Town Graduate School Of Business in partnership with DESTINY and DESTINY MAN.

Board expertise will play crucial role in stabilising SA’s State-owned Enterprises, says business school expert.

Planning to study further is one of the most important choices you will ever make. But not everyone has the means to pay for tertiary studies.

Acclaimed author and creative strategist Timothy Maurice Webster will share his insights on personal branding.

How good are you at negotiating? Research shows that few people are truly effective negotiators: the figure could be as low as 5%. This has huge implications for business.

Chairman and founder of Africa’s leading hotel group says the economy is under threat if violence is not resolved soon.

South African social enterprise Lakheni, run by two UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) MBA graduates, was placed third in the global business plan competition, winning R90000 to invest in their venture.


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