MBA for working in africa


kittznai
Hello,

I am a japanese man at entry level sales postion in china and
so intrested in working in Anglophone Africa.

for my purpose, where should i do MBA program?

Thanks
Hello,

I am a japanese man at entry level sales postion in china and
so intrested in working in Anglophone Africa.

for my purpose, where should i do MBA program?

Thanks
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mba hipste...
I guess it would depend on your career goals, especially what you plan on doing in Africa.

The only internationally accredited business schools in Anglophone Africa are in South Africa: the University of Cape Town, Wits Business School, Stellenbosch, and Potchefstroom Business School, in particular. Maybe start by researching those.
I guess it would depend on your career goals, especially what you plan on doing in Africa.

The only internationally accredited business schools in Anglophone Africa are in South Africa: the University of Cape Town, Wits Business School, Stellenbosch, and Potchefstroom Business School, in particular. Maybe start by researching those.

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njeri h
Is Henley Business School in South Africa a safe bet? I mean, is it as good or better than the ones you have mentioned here?
Is Henley Business School in South Africa a safe bet? I mean, is it as good or better than the ones you have mentioned here?
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mba hipste...
Henley's been in the country for over 20 years now, so its a fairly established school there. I'd say it's comparable to UCT or Stellenbosch.

Although, it obviously depends on where you want to work after graduation (industry/location/function).
Henley's been in the country for over 20 years now, so its a fairly established school there. I'd say it's comparable to UCT or Stellenbosch.

Although, it obviously depends on where you want to work after graduation (industry/location/function).
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njeri h
I am in public relations but want to switch into account management. I am in Johannesburg and don't plan on leaving. Would Henley be a good choice for me in this case?
I am in public relations but want to switch into account management. I am in Johannesburg and don't plan on leaving. Would Henley be a good choice for me in this case?
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Duncan
You don't need an MBA to be an account manager.
You don't need an MBA to be an account manager.
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