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SA MBA programmes in top 200 in the world

Jan 16 2014 17:48
Port Elizabeth – South African MBA programmes rank among the top 200 in the world.

This is according to the Eduniversal 2013/'14 global ranking of Executive MBA degrees, a leading resource used by students around the world to compare top business schools.
Eduniversal ranked ten African Executive MBA programmes among the top 200 in the world.

Of those, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth, the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Stellenbosch University were among only seven executive MBA programmes to receive a four-star rating, the highest possible grade.  
Rankings for the Eduniversal Masters Ranking 2013/'14 are based primarily on a survey of recent graduates, and also taking into consideration input from a professional human resources firm on the employability of graduates as well as a school’s overall Eduniversal ranking.
“Rankings are important indicators used by prospective students when selecting a business school for MBA studies. This accolade comes at an exciting time," said NMMU Business School director Prof. Steve Burgess.

"In a few months, we move into our new world-class business school facility. It is the first South African education or public sector building to receive a 4 Star design rating from the Green Building Council of South Africa.  
In September last year, NMMU Business School was elected to the European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration (EDAMBA).

NMMU is only the second Business School in Africa to be admitted to EDAMBA.

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