This full scholarship will allow the successful scholar to study the one-year post-graduate diploma in Business Administration in 2021 or begin the flagship 30-month long executive Master’s in Business Administration degree.
Launched in 2019 as the business school’s response to a vital industry in crisis, Henley Africa has just capped one of its inaugural scholars Thabiso Thakali, the news editor of Sowetan, who graduated in November with a PG Dip. His co-scholar meanwhile, multiple award-winning investigative journalist Pauli van Wyk is on the cusp of beginning the second year of her degree.
Henley Business School Africa is a leading global business school with campuses in Europe, Asia and Africa. It holds elite triple international accreditation; has the number 1 business school alumni network in the world for potential to network (Economist 2017); and is the number 1 African-accredited and -campused business school in the world for executive education (FT 2018, 2020), as well as the number 1 MBA business school in South Africa as rated by corporate SA (PMR.Africa 2018, 2019, 2020).
If you are interested in finding out how to apply to be considered for the Sol Plaatje media scholarship, contact Vivien Spong on [email protected]