Profile of Universities and Professional Bodies
Henley Business School at Reading University
Henley Business School is one of the oldest and largest European business schools, and the first business school to be established in the UK. Upon its merger with Reading University, Henley became the world’s largest full service business schools
The Henley MBA is accredited by:
- The Association of MBA’s (AMBA)
- European Quality Control System (EQUIS)
- International Association of Executive Education (AACSB)
- South African Council for Higher Education (CHE)
Aberdeen Business School Robert Gordon University (RGU)
Rated first in the top 10 New Universities in the UK – ‘The Times Good University Guide’
Rated 2nd by Sunday Times and 3rd by the Guardian
“ RGU has one of the best recruitment records in the UK. In the past decade, the university has invested more than 100 million pounds to improve its facilities…” The Guardian 12 May 2009
Chartered Marketer South Africa
The CM (SA) is a Professional Designation confirmed under the auspices of the South Africa Quality Authority. It is administered by the Marketing Association of South Africa and also confers certification by the European Marketing Confederation.
Duke University Corporate Education \ Standard Bank Global Leadership Centre
Duke University’s Corporate Education was ranked first in the Financial Times (FT) ‘Top Executive Education custom programmes’ in 2007; 08 and 09. The two-week intensive residential course was conducted by international faculty from Duke at the Standard Bank’s Global Leadership Centre in Morningside. Duke’s corporate clients include Microsoft; IBM; Shell and Anglo American.
Chartered Institute of Marketing UK
The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) was founded in 1911 and is the world’s largest organisation for Marketers, with 50 000 members all over the world and a formal presence in 9 countries outside of the United Kingdom. It provides a professional framework for marketing through training and various qualifications, with the aim of helping to increase the skills and knowledge of those working in marketing. It received a Royal Charter in 1989.
University of the Free State
Based in Bloemfontein, the University of the Free State is one of South Africa’s oldest universities, celebrating its centenary in 2004.Seven faculties offer a full range of under- and postgraduate programmes to more than 27 000 students.