Education Trends 2019



Cultivating conscious leadership

As one of the largest and most prestigious business schools in Africa, with over 10,000 students, the Johannesburg Business School (JBS), led by professor Lyal White, has a clear focus on African management and leadership in the local and global context...


Basic Education Lekgotla kicks off

The third annual Basic Education Lekgotla kicks off in Boksburg, Ekurhuleni, this morning...

3 hours ago

Ethical leadership in Industry 4.0

The Johannesburg Business School (JBS) offers innovative programmes that are expertly designed to develop effective, ethical and enterprising African leaders...

By Lyal White, Issued by UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG 2 days ago

Investing in the future of building and architecture

The first regional finalist of the 32nd Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards has been named, while the company gears up for a year of investment and expansion...

3 days ago

5 Wi-Fi mistakes in the connected classroom

Higher education has paved the way for many of the technologies we use today. With a unique set of demands and workloads comes a unique set of problems...

By Pieter Englebrecht 17 Jan 2019

GMAC buys The MBA Tour

The global association of leading graduate business schools, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has acquired The MBA Tour, which was established in 1993 as an independent and quality information source regarding MBA admissions...

3 days ago

Africa in the global economic context

The Johannesburg Business School (JBS) believes it has an important role to play in futureproofing Africa and her leaders, and is building programmes and a professional teaching staff with this specific goal in mind...

By Lyal White, Issued by University of Johannesburg 3 days ago

Higher education institutions need to unpack the link between education, employability and entrepreneurship

It is axiomatic to state that business models, across all sectors of the economy, are being fundamentally disrupted...

By Dr Ahmed Shaikh, Issued by Regent Business School 16 Jan 2019

7 reasons why EdTech will continue to boom

Of the more than $37.8-billion invested in education technology companies since 1997, 62% was invested over the past three years alone. Set to reach a value of $252-billion by 2020 - EdTech is a booming industry...

15 Jan 2019

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