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Record MBA success for Henley Africa

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Henley Business School South Africa has seen a record-breaking number of applicants for its flagship MBA programme.

A total of 580 applicants have expressed an interest in studying for the qualification at our Africa campus, up from 420 applicants two years ago.

Henley Africa Dean and Director Jon Foster-Pedley described the news as a ‘wonderful endorsement’.

He said:

“We are determined to give our students the strongest launchpad for their future work success, with the best mix of international and African-oriented MBA learning.
It’s motivating to see that we are delivering; people are talking about the value of our MBA; and that more and more people are coming to us.”

Like the UK, Henley Africa has transitioned to virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, and has worked hard to allay any concerns that students might have.

Jon Foster-Pedley said:

“We were determined that our students wouldn’t lose out because of quarantine and are able to continue studying, while ensuring that neither they nor our faculty would be at risk in the process.
“Right now, like everywhere else, our lectures are virtual and remote, but we will return to face to face when that’s safe.”

Find out more about Henley South Africa.

Published 21 June 2020
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