Marrakech, Morocco, September 25th, 2018 – Honoris welcomed 54 incredible female entrepreneurs from across Africa in the first Women In Africa (WIA) boot camp, hosted at EMSI’s campus in Marrakech. This boot camp builds on Honoris’ training partner position with WIA Philanthropy to empower women entrepreneurs.
Durban, South Africa, July 25th, 2018
In a precedent-setting move, Regent Business School (RBS) has launched southern Africa’s first Postgraduate Diploma in Islamic Finance and Banking on the back of growing global demand for Islamic banking professionals. The qualification is one of three new one-year courses introduced by the institution to create a powerful pool of special-skilled professionals in the continent.
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Tunis, Tunisia, July 17th, 2018
On July 17th, Honoris’ executive team and board members were honored by the presence of Mr. Chedly Bouallegue – Governor of Tunis and Mrs. Souad Abderrahim – Mayor of Tunis. The pair joined the team in a ceremony organized to lay the cornerstone of the new Université Centrale campus.
The facility will be located in the heart of Tunis and will offer a world-class education environment for our students. The acquisition of the land and the development of the new campus (20,000 to 25,000 square meters) represents a total investment up to 50 million USD.
London, UK, June 26th, 2018
Three students from across the Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, have been awarded the Actis International Scholarship. Viraksha Chetty, MBA graduate from Regent Business School, South Africa has won the opportunity of a lifetime to join the Women Transforming Leadership programme at the prestigious University of Oxford whilst Akram Maaroufi, graduate of Engineering in Petrochemical Chemistry and recent graduate, Chourouk Haouel, Université Centrale Tunisia have won a scholarship to study the Master in Energy Management programme at ESCP Europe, London Campus.
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Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with ESCP Europe to further its transnational network of leading academic centres of excellence and to support ESCP Europe’s mission to participate in the future training of African leaders.
Honoris United Universities, le premier réseau privé panafricain d’enseignement supérieur et dont l’Université Centrale de Tunisie, représente une des institutions membres de son réseau au Maghreb vient de signer un mémorandum d’entente avec ESCP Europe.
Paraphé à Paris ce partenariat a pour objectif de renforcer le réseau continental de centres d’excellence académiques d’Honoris United Universities et de soutenir la mission de ESCP Europe, qui vise à contribuer à former la nouvelle génération de leaders africains.
Ten important facts about education in Africa written by Katherine Gallagher
Providing education for girls in South Africa for successful careers.
Africa’s soaring economic growth over the past 15 years has resulted in a burst of optimism about the continent’s future.
This article is published in collaboration with the Mail & Guardian and this publication does not imply endorsement of views by the World Economic Forum Author: Vikas Pota is chief executive of Varkey Foundation