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The Perfect Time for an MBA following the Pandemic

The Master of Business Administration (MBA), is a well-established programme that everyone knows about. It was established in the United States more than a hundred years ago and, is constantly evolving. It can be presented in various forms, with very different learning methods, programme length and even training content. It is not uncommon for a…

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Earning your Degree without Leaving Home: The Advantages of Online Learning

Getting a degree if you are already working (or simply have a busy schedule) is not as hard as it used to be. With the rise of online learning via telecommunications and technology, the time, distance, and financial constraints of higher education have all vanished. If you are already in the workforce but would like…

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Study Business: Differences between Qualifications

Why study Business Management? The 21st century education inclines to respond to the economical, technological, and societal shifts that are happening at an ever-increasing pace. Today, we have the accessibility to study business, depending on our personal goals, career goals and industry trends.  However, potential students are frequently perplexed by the variety of qualification options…

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Study Business Management: Why Should You Do It?

What is Business Management?   Business management is one of the popular choices of study not just globally, but in Mauritius as well, with an array of specialist pathways. Often, we hear about it being overrated, but if we look around us, businesses and small enterprises have been at the centre of our societies. This…

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Female Representation in the Workplace and Society

Introduction Beyond the short- and medium-term objectives to achieve a more equitable representation between men and women in power and leadership, thinking about women’s governance should always bring us back to the original goals of women’s movements, that is gender equality. Often, women are categorised as a subordinate group as established by the society. Gender…

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The Battle between Accounting and Finance

The difference between finance and accounting might just be a matter of curiosity for some of us, but if you are about to choose a programme or career path, understanding the difference between the two is vital.   In the battle between finance and accounting, one must understand that both fields fall under the same category…

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What are the marketing jobs of the future?

The rise of Digital Marketing certainly did give birth to a brand-new era in career prospects for graduates from many fields. From paid media marketing to the rise of Instagram influencers, a whole new world of opportunity was unlocked. However, the pace at which this landscape changes and evolves is also blinding. This is why…

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Top Benefits of an MBA

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree is notably one of the most prestigious masters’ degrees in business. The programme is of benefit and has become a huge enhancement to MBA graduate’s careers and salaries. With the inclusion of technology and innovation, MBA graduates have become one of the most recruited applicants in industries across all sectors….

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Are Online Courses Worth It? Everything You Need to Know

Education is arguably the fundamental gateway to success by means of knowledge and skills transfer. With global institutions now offering an array of online courses and programmes, it offers ambitious people new opportunities to expand their knowledge and expertise, thus making them more employable in South Africa’s competitive workforce. Likewise, specialised online courses are designed to provide…

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LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY – AN AFRICAN VISION

Leadership, 21st Century Skills by Professor Reshad Jaumally, Chairman of Honoris Educational Network in Mauritius Current predictions posit that, by 2030, one in five people will be African. Already today half the continent is under the age of 20, and all 10 of the world’s youngest countries are in Africa. This translates into a mighty workforce for…

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