Henley UK Executive MBA students work with South African NGOS

4 March 2016

Henley UK Executive MBA students work with South African NGOS

As part of the Henley Business School UK Executive MBA programme, each year volunteer students from the UK work in teams for a week in Cape Town engaging with NGOs.

As part of the Henley Business School UK Executive MBA programme, each year volunteer students from the UK work in teams for a week in Cape Town engaging with NGOs.

The students' visit form part of Henley Africa's MBAid programme, a social entrepreneurship initiative aimed at engaging with NGOs at a strategic level, while providing Henley UK students with a unique learning experience, now in its ninth year, said Jon Foster-Pedley, dean of Henley Business School Africa. 

This year, 21 Henley UK students took part in the initiative and were assigned in teams to four NGOs: SAYes, St Georges Home for Girls, Westlake United Church Trust and Living Legends.

See the full story on Henley South Africa's website.

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