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You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.

Les cours peuvent varier de beaucoup en longueur. Certains cours à plein temps dure quelques semaines et d'autres quelques années. Certains cours à temps partiel peuvent même durer plus longtemps.

Africa is a continent of 53 independent countries and a rich mix of native peoples, cultures, economies and history. Africa is the second largest continent in the world.

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Business Year

EC Language Centres
Campus Open Enrollment United Kingdom Oxford Canada Toronto USA La Jolla Bristol New York Brighton Malta St. Julian San Francisco Manchester London Miami Santa Monica South Africa Cape Town Cambridge Vancouver Boston + 17 more

Choose this course if you really want to improve your understanding of Business English. [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017. Choose this course if you really want to improve your understanding of Business English. Learn the English you need for business for your future and career. This courses teaches you the language, skills and culture that will help you succeed in the English-speaking business world. You’ll get more out of this course if - You want to improve your fluency and accuracy and learn the correct language used in an English-speaking workplace. - You would like to gain an internationally recognised Business English qualification. - You want to learn the communication skills you need to do well in a variety of corporate situations. - You want to spend at least 24 weeks learning in an English-speaking country. Facts - Available all year round - Minimum stay: 24 week - English Level: Low Intermediate to Advanced - Start every Monday; End Friday - 30 lessons per week - 22.5 hours per week - 30 lessons: 20 lessons General English + 10 lessons business focus - 1 lesson: 45 minutes - Maximum students per class: - Canada: 15 - USA and UK 14 (London: 12/Manchester: 15) - Malta: 12 - Cape Town: 14 What can you expect on this course? Our Business Year course is 30 lessons per week, this is comprised of 20 lessons General English + 10 lessons business focus. When you join our Business Year programme you will: - Take a placement test to check your current level of English. - Join a class with other business-focused students of the same level. - Meet your personal mentor, your teachers and your Business Year Co-ordinator. - Receive your personal Language Portfolio, a unique study tool made to your individual needs, goals and motivation for learning Business English. - Start an interesting and challenging English language course, designed to improve your General English level and allow you to communicate fluently and effectively in a variety of corporate situations. - Be provided with the support, monitoring and feedback you need to succeed as you progress towards fluency. - Receive continual personal assessment through class tutorials, homework and regular tests. - Have confidence that your learning is improving, you are reaching your goals, and your new skills are opening doors of opportunity for you. [-]

Foundation programme

Lancaster University Ghana
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 Ghana Accra

Lancaster University Ghana's Foundation (FDN) Programme is a programme specifically designed by TransNational Education. It uses a unique curriculum developed for students with partial requirements for direct entry into undergraduate programmes. The Foundation Programme establishes a pathway for students wishing to gain entry into undergraduate programmes at Lancaster University UK or Lancaster University Ghana. This programme developed by TNE helps them create a smooth transition from secondary school into university. [+]

Lancaster University Ghana's Foundation (FDN) Programme is a programme specifically designed by TransNational Education. It uses a unique curriculum developed for students with partial requirements for direct entry into undergraduate programmes. The Foundation Programme establishes a pathway for students wishing to gain entry into undergraduate programmes at Lancaster University UK or Lancaster University Ghana. This programme developed by TNE helps them create a smooth transition from secondary school into university. Course Overview The Foundation Programme comprises three terms of 10 weeks’ teaching, one assessment week and a study break over each of the trimesters. The units taught in this program are conducted in English without any prerequisites, and students can take up to four units per term. The class duration for each unit is 2 hours per day, five days a week. Each session includes an insightful lecture and an interactive tutorial. The programme consists of seven compulsory common units and two major specific units. Foundation Routes In order to pave the way for students’ undergraduate studies at the university, the Foundation Programme at Lancaster University Ghana offers three routes or majors. The courses are: - Business (Accounting and Finance, Economics & Int' Relations, Business Studies & Marketing) - I.T. (Computer Science) - Law and Social Sciences (Law, Politics & Int' Relations and Psychology) These Foundation courses include units that focus on content useful and relevant to chosen undergraduate studies at the university. Practical projects are designed around each of these routes and incorporated in two of the three trimesters. Entry Requirements West African curriculum: WAASCE - C6 average, with a minimum of C4 in Math and C6 in English British System: A successful completion of ‘AS’ Level with five credits at ‘O’ Level (IGCSE/GCSE/ O-levels including English and Math. American style programs with 12 years of primary and secondary schooling: Successful completion of grade 11 or equivalent. International Baccalaureate: Successful completion of IB year 1. French curriculum: Completion of Premier with a 60% average or better. English requirements To gain admission into Lancaster University’s Ghana Foundation Program, applicants must be at least 17 years old and secure an overall IELTS score of 5.5 or a Pearson score of 59 [-]

Business English Courses

Good Hope Studies
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 8 weeks February 2017 South Africa Cape Town + 1 more

Our Business English Course is ideal for people who need to use English at work or in a business context. We recommend it for people who work in an English environment and for those who are seeking an international career... [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017. Our Business English Course is ideal for people who need to use English at work or in a business context. We recommend it for people who work in an English environment and for those who are seeking an international career. In the morning, students take part in a General English course; thereafter in the afternoon, Business English is taught in small groups. An intermediate level or above is required for this group course. For German citizens only: our Business English course is registered for Bildungsurlaub in Saarland, Schleswig-Holstein, Berlin, Brandenburg, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rheinland-Pfalz, Sachsen-Anhalt and Hessen. Morning lessons In the morning, you take part in either GE16 or GE20. Afternoon lessons The Business English course must be combined with morning lessons. This can be either a group course (GE16 or GE20) or private lessons. The course takes place in the afternoon in mini groups of maximum 6 students to ensure focussed attention to students' needs. The afternoon lessons focus on the language and skills needed in the workplace. The teacher will assess how you need to use English at work and decide on a syllabus. Skills and language may include: Meetings and negotiations Making presentations Emails Report-writing Social English Topics may include: Customer service International marketing Team building Finance Management styles Levels This course is provided at 2 levels: Intermediate to Upper-intermediate (B1-B2) and Advanced to Proficiency (C1-C2). Availability Newlands and City Centre [-]

General English

LAL Language Centres
Campus Full time Open Enrollment United Kingdom London USA Fort Lauderdale Boston Paignton South Africa Cape Town Malta Sliema + 7 more

General English courses at LAL provide the perfect mix of topical conversation to improve listening and speaking skills, combined with specific grammar and vocabulary sessions focused on current student needs. [+]

General English London, Torbay, Cape Town, Malta, Fort Lauderdale, Boston General English courses at LAL provide the perfect mix of topical conversation to improve listening and speaking skills, combined with specific grammar and vocabulary sessions focused on current student needs. With over 30 years of experience, LAL offers a learning atmosphere unlike any other language school. Studying English in a multi-cultural environment, gives overseas students a real opportunity to dive into cultural richness. Teachers draw on current EFL methodologies including task-based learning and communicative approaches to engage and challenge students in a friendly and supportive environment. Learning English becomes fun and engaging in the hands of our creative teachers who love what they do, and who share their passion for English with students from all over the world. [-]

Preparatory Courses

Alfred Nobel Open Business School
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 Cambodia Phnom Penh Hong Kong USA Hallandale Beach Hungary Budapest India Delhi Cameroon Douala Georgia Tbilisi Russia St. Petersburg + 13 more

ANOBS preparatory courses especially target foreign students who wish to continue their university or college studies in the European Union. [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017. ANOBS preparatory courses especially target foreign students who wish to continue their university or college studies in the European Union. Their goal is to prepare the students for the requirements of entry tests to the universities set by European Union standards. An important part of every course is the development of English language skills and compensation for certain missing elements in the knowledge of subjects taught in secondary school. A final examination is held at the end of the preparatory courses. The successful completion of this test, and based on the course results, students can gain admission into a Bachelor programme of certain institutions. However, students may not granted similar advantages in a number of other institutions, and they have to take the same entrance examinations as those who did not participate in the preparatory year. In any case, any entrance examination is a minor obstacle for our successful candidates at other institutions, for the knowledge they have attained at ANOBS represents a solid basis for the furtherance of their education. [-]

PGDip in Endangered Species Recovery

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full time 6 months Mauritius

This unique programme, which will combine an academic qualification with intensive in situ fieldwork experience on Mauritius, will be administered as one of DICEs portfolio of postgraduate programmes in conservation science and management within the <strong>School of Anthropology and Conservation</strong>. [+]

A new Postgraduate Diploma programme in Endangered Species Recovery is currently being developed by DICE that will capitalise on its long-standing links with the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust (Durrell) and the Mauritius Wildlife Foundation (MWF). Students registered on this University of Kent diploma will be based entirely on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean where they will be immersed within a world-renowned species and habitat restoration programme, spear-headed by MWF in collaboration with Durrell. This exciting and novel approach to postgraduate training will enable students to learn cutting-edge conservation techniques and gain world-class hands-on experience in the field. Distinctive Features This unique programme, which will combine an academic qualification with intensive in situ fieldwork experience on Mauritius, will be administered as one of DICEs portfolio of postgraduate programmes in conservation science and management within the School of Anthropology and Conservation. Durrell is one of the foremost species conservation organisations in the world, having recovered many endangered species from critically low numbers through intensive, hands-on species management. Durrell therefore compliments DICE’s academic credentials with its evidence-based species recovery efforts on the ground. Both DICE and Durrell have a long-term partnership in conservation research and training with MWF, the organisation which has successfully led the recovery efforts for a large number of threatened endemic species. MWF’s work has already saved a minimum of five endemic species from extinction, as well as pioneering ecosystem recovery techniques for restoring whole-island ecosystems. Students on this new University of Kent programme will benefit from the practical, evidence-based approach to conservation that is the hallmark of Durrell and MWF, alongside the international academic reputation of DICE. You will learn through hands-on practical training the cutting-edge field techniques involved in endangered species recovery and habitat restoration. In addition you will learn the leadership, management and facilitation skills you will need to run your own conservation projects. Students will complete the programme equipped in the theory and practice of endangered species and habitat recovery, having acquired field experience in one of the world’s most successful species and habitat restoration programmes. Qualifications in Conservation are: PGDip taken over six months, expected to commence in March each year The course consistes of four taught modules with associated components of self-directed study, and one module that consists of a series of field techniques and skills-development workshops interspersed with components of self-directed study throughout the programme. [-]

Association of Business Executives Program (ABE)

INtel College
Campus Part time 1 - 3 semesters January 2017 Kenya Nairobi

The ABE programme is ideal for those who wish to be most relevant in the diverse business environment by becoming better business managers. The programme covers a broad range of business principles and applications that may be... [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017. Association of Business Executives Program (ABE) The ABE programme is ideal for those who wish to be most relevant in the diverse business environment by becoming better business managers. The programme covers a broad range of business principles and applications that may be encountered global environment. 2014 Intakes/Term dates Term 1: 13 Jan 2014 to 23 May 2014 **** Application & admission in progress Term 2: 24 Jun 2014 to 21 Nov 2014 Programme objectives This course is specially designed to equip students, especially those targeting to the international employer, to be business savvy and competent. It is aimed at giving the students a platform to exercise their entreprenual skills as well as management capabilities. This is achieved through the interactive nature of the course as provide at INtel, amongst the students as well as lecturers. The programme forms a progression path to various degree options including; Information Technology (IT), Human Resource Management (HRM), Marketing, Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management (TTHM) or Finance. Programme aims ABE is designed in a manner that will enrich the students in a progressive way as it divided into various stages. Each of the stages contains various units that help to broaden the candidates’ creativity as well as managerial skills. The units offered at each stage help equip the students with necessary knowledge as well as equip students with the appropriate managerial skills to run and manage businesses successfully. The main aim of this programme is to help managers enhance their decision making capability as well as adopt adaptive strategies so as to fit in the global market. This is what INtel College prepares you to be; a savvy and proactive manager. ABE Diploma in Business Management Level 4 Duration: 5 Months (1 Semester) No. of Units required: 4 Entry requirements: No formal entry qualifications are required but applicants should have attained GCSE or equivalent in Mathematics and have demonstrated competence in English language by attainment of either (or equivalent): LCCI - English for Business (EfB) Level 1 or 2 City & Guilds/Pitman - English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)/English for Business Communication IELTS - Minimum Overall Band Score 5.0 OR Confirmation by their college of equivalent standard in Mathematics and the use of English. Units Introduction to Business Introduction to Accounting Introduction to Quantitative Methods Introduction to Business Communication Note: A student must take 3 compulsory units and any 1 optional unit according to the ABE guidelines to give a total of 4 units in this level of study. ABE Higher Diploma in Business Management Level 5 Duration: 1Year (2 Semesters) No. of Units required: 8 Entry requirements: One of the following: ABE level 4 Diploma or equivalent or any Level 4 qualification or equivalent 2 year’s relevant work experience IELTS - Minimum Overall Band Score 5.0 OR Confirmation by their college of equivalent standard in Mathematics Units Quantitative Methods for Business Management The Business Environment Financial Accounting Organizations & Behavior Human Resource Management Marketing Policy, Planning, & Communication Managerial Accounting Economics for Business Note: A student must take 6 compulsory units and any 2 optional units according to the ABE guidelines to give a total of 8 units in this level of study. ABE Graduate Diploma in Business Management Level 6 Duration: 5 months (1 Semester) No. of Units required: 5 Entry requirements: ABE level 5 Diploma or equivalent or a degree or equivalent Units Corporate Strategy and Planning Managing in Organizations International Business Case study Strategic Marketing Management Project Management One must be competent in English (IELTS - Minimum Overall Band Score 5.0) and Mathematics Note: A student must take 3 compulsory units and any 2 optional units according to the ABE guidelines to give a total of 5 units in this level of study. ABE Graduate Intergrated Diploma in Business Management Level 6 Duration: 1/2Years (3 Semesters) No. of Units required: 13 Entry requirements: One of the following: ABE level 5 Diploma or equivalent or any Level 5 qualification or equivalent 2year’s relevant working experience One must be competent in English (IELTS - Minimum Overall Band Score 5.0) and Mathematics Units Quantitative Methods for Business Management The Business Environment Financial Accounting Organisations & Behaviour Human Resource Management Marketing Policy, Planning, & Communication Corporate Strategy and Planning Managing in Organisations International Business Case study Economics in Business Managerial Accounting Strategic Marketing Management Project Management Note: A student must take 9 compulsory units and any 4 optional units according to the ABE guidelines to give a total of 13 units in this level of study [-]

Private Pilot's License (PPL)

Kenya School of Flying
Campus Full time 4 - 6 months July 2017 Kenya Nairobi

This course takes four to six months. [+]

This course takes four to six months, and involves: 45 flying hours and revision General flight test Ground school instruction course Morse code tutorial Students will be assessed by a KCAA GFT examiner. Scheduled flight training courses commence quarterly, in January, April, July and October. Special intakes may be offered on request. We offer training to local and international students, and can offer accommodation at our Orly, Ukunda and Malindi stations. Students in Nairobi normally find their own accommodation, but we are able to recommend a number of hostels close to Wilson Airport. Fee Structure Phase 1: PPL (Approx. 4 - 6 Months) Minimum Charges Item Cost (Ksh) Flying hours and Revision: 45 hours @ Ksh 14,360 - 646,200 Ground School Instruction Course 45,000 Stationery, Equipment and Uniform 101,600 First Aid Course by St. John Ambulance 9,500 KCAA Air Navigation Service Charges 15,000 Approximate Minimum Cost 817,300 [-]

Company Specific Programmes

CEIBS Africa
Campus Part time 2 - 4 days September 2017 Ghana Accra

Professional Programmes designed to suit the needs of each and every organization. It aims to provide top management/senior management/middle managements with general management perspectives, systematic management knowledge, framework for strategic thinking and hands on management tools. [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017.

The China Europe International Business School’s (CEIBS) Company Specific Programme (CSP) equips a select group of senior managers/top managers/middle managers/staff with the ideas and capabilities to look at the drivers of global business success in a refreshingly new light and to lead their organizations with renewed confidence. It aims to help experienced business practitioners who recognize the value of management study to their companies’ long-term development to be more competitive and to strive for their own career development as well. 

This is an opportunity for senior managers to take a step back from the daily professional demands, take stock and reflect on the challenges facing their organizations with world-renowned faculty, experienced leaders and an international group of like-minded executives. The programme takes a general management focus and covers all the essential areas of business by exploring the best management practices and latest strategies for maintaining competitive advantage and ensuring long term growth. ... [-]


Course: The Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program

AUC The American University in Cairo
Campus Full time September 2017 Egypt Cairo

AUC offers International students the opportunity to focus their study on Arabic language through the Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program. [+]

Course: The Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program AUC offers International students the opportunity to focus their study on Arabic language through the Arabic Language Institute (ALI) Intensive Program. This is a distinct program, devoted to the study of Arabic Language and Egyptian Culture. The Program offers three levels of study; elementary, intermediate and advanced courses. Aside from credit courses, ALIN offers noncredit courses in calligraphy, music and drama. The program also offers trips and day tours to various sites in and around Cairo. Advantages of Studying at the Department of Arabic Language Instruction Learn modern standard and colloquial Arabic in an Arabic-speaking country Fully accredited in Egypt and the United States, with an 80-year history of excellence Supportive learning environment Unbeatable sightseeing and travel opportunities Extracurricular activities provide an opportunity to meet Egyptian students Courses are offered in both the Fall and Spring semester. Students have to be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours to be considered full time. In addition a Summer Program is offered: The Department of Arabic Language Instruction (ALI) offers an intensive summer program from the first week of June until the last week of July. Students must take 20 hours of class per week to be considered full time. Courses are offered at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. The ALI program offers tailored courses, subject to the availability of resources. A number of electives are also offered, from which each student may take up to two (based on their levels). What will you learn A student who successfully completes the first year of elementary intensive study with the ALIN can expect to possess a working competence in reading and writing Modern Standard Arabic and understanding and speaking Egyptian Colloquial or Modern Standard Arabic. Students who complete the second year of study should be able to read and write Modern Standard Arabic with some fluency, to pursue study in topics that specially interest them in Arabic and to converse freely in Arabic. Intermediate-level students will also have had an opportunity to acquire vocabulary and terminology related to such special fields of interest as business and diplomacy. At the end of such an advanced course, a student should be able to compete with Arab students at the university level. Alternatively, the student should be able to employ Arabic with competence and confidence in the fields of business or diplomacy. Deadlines for Application Fall semester: August 1 Spring semester: December 15 Summer semester: May 1 For Application Process We’re eager to make the application process as smooth as possible for you To apply for the Arabic Language Institute program students need to submit an Arabic Language Institute application form electronically or a hard copy application mailed to the AUC NYO office. The supplementary documents we require are an official university transcript and one letter of recommendation. After acceptance you will also need to provide passport information (copy of the passport and three passport sized photographs) and medical examination form. If you have any further inquiries for application or on any academic matters don't hesitate to contact nyo@aucegypt.edu For Detailed Curriculum Levels of Study Elementary The course for beginners runs from the first week of September through May. The main emphasis is on Modern Standard Arabic, but Egyptian Colloquial Arabic is simultaneously offered (about 30 percent of class time is devoted to colloquial). Arabic is used as the main medium of instruction in the second half of the program. The course comprises up to 20 hours per week of classroom instruction, including interactive audio visual work and up to 20 hours of home assignments. A student who successfully completes the first year of intensive study with the ALIN can expect to possess a working competence in reading and writing Modern Standard Arabic and understanding and speaking Egyptian Colloquial or Modern Standard Arabic. Intermediate Courses at this level are designed for those who have completed a year of intensive study at the elementary level of the Department of Arabic Language Instruction or who have studied two or more years elsewhere and can demonstrate similar level of competence. The program runs from the first week of September through May in the following year. Arabic is the chief medium of instruction. Students continue work in Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic. Interested students may, at this level, begin to acquire familiarity with classical Arabic. Attention is given to the Arabic of print and broadcast media, while special lecture courses in Arabic are offered in response to the special interests of the students, such as Middle Eastern economics and politics, business correspondence, medieval and modern Arabic literature. Students who complete the second year of study should be able to read and write Modern Standard Arabic with some fluency, to pursue study in topics that specially interest them in Arabic and to converse freely in Arabic. Intermediate-level students will also have had an opportunity to acquire vocabulary and terminology related to such special fields of interest as business and diplomacy. Advanced Exceptional students may wish to take a third year. These courses are arranged according to demand, but they typically include advanced work in reading and writing, and lecture courses in special topics. At the end of such a course, a student should be able to compete with Arab students at the university level. Alternatively, the student should be able to employ Arabic with competence and confidence in the fields of business or diplomacy. ALIN offers tailored courses pending the availability of resources. Students who successfully complete their ALIN courses receive certificates of achievement from the Department of Arabic Language Instruction stating their level of proficiency in Arabic. A complete application form and one letter of recommendation must be submitted. Students whose native language is not English must demonstrate adequate English-language proficiency. There is no required application fee. Since places in the program are limited and admission is on a rolling basis, it is advisable for the applicant to complete the application and arrange to have a recommendation letter sent to the appropriate AUC office well before the deadline. Summer Program The Department of Arabic Language Instruction (ALI) offers an intensive summer program from the first week of June until the last week of July. Students must take 20 hours of class per week to be considered full time. Courses are offered at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. The ALI summer program offers tailored courses, subject to the availability of resources. A number of electives are also offered, from which each student may take up to two (based on their levels). Academic Features Modern Standard Arabic: The language of the media, literature, science and formal fields of contemporary knowledge Egyptian Spoken Arabic: The language of everyday interaction and daily living Academic electives including translation, the Qur’an and media for intermediate and advanced levels (one credit) Students receive six to eight credit hours in this program depending on their level Cultural components including calligraphy, music, singing and dancing (non-credit) Study aid centers ALI offers professional faculty, up-to-date facilities and extracurricular activities and the program welcomes non-native students as well as students of Arab origin [-]

New Managers Programme

University of The Free State
Campus Full time 8 months January 2016 South Africa Phuthaditjhaba Bloemfontein + 1 more

The economic challenges and responsibilities that South Africa is facing with, require management development within the context of unique and often fluctuating circumstances. Not only does this programme meet this important requirement, but it has been constructed in such a way that both the employer and employee will reap the benefits of the programme without being unduly inconvenienced. [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017. The economic challenges and responsibilities that South Africa is facing with, require management development within the context of unique and often fluctuating circumstances. Not only does this programme meet this important requirement, but it has been constructed in such a way that both the employer and employee will reap the benefits of the programme without being unduly inconvenienced. We believe that one should first be able to manage oneself before one can manage other people. For this reason self-development is a very important part of the programme. Leadership is something that can be acquired by everyone, and the objective of this programme is to help develop these properties in every student enrolled in the programme. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Supervisors and potential first-level managers with a minimum of 2 years’ supervising experience and/or a manager’s recommendation. Duration The duration of the programme is approximately 8 months and the lectures are presented over 15 lecture days. Lecturing times are from 08:15 to 16:30. Lecture days exclude the days on which the examination for each module will take place. Language Medium Discussions and assignments will be conducted and written in English. Assessment Evaluation will take place continuously. This includes assignments and personal learning experiences which will contribute towards a final portfolio of evidence. [-]

Course in Banking - Skills Programme 4 in Wealth Management (L5)

Damelin Part Time
Campus Part time 114 hours South Africa Durban

Upon successful completion of the programme, learners will receive a Damelin Results Letter outlining the unit standards covered and if the PoE is found competent, Damelin will apply to INSETA on the learner’s behalf for Skills Programme 4 in Wealth Management: SAQA ID 57608 (Credits 30) to be awarded. [+]

Course in Banking - Skills Programme 4 in Wealth Management (L5)CertificationUpon successful completion of the programme, learners will receive a Damelin Results Letter outlining the unit standards covered and if the PoE is found competent, Damelin will apply to INSETA on the learner’s behalf for Skills Programme 4 in Wealth Management: SAQA ID 57608 (Credits 30) to be awarded.Entry RequirementsCommunication and Mathematical Literacy an NQF Level 4.It is preferable that learners should first complete one of the Long-Term Insurance or Wealth Management qualifications at NQF Level 4 before accessing this qualification.Course DurationThe programme duration is 114 hours and the tuition is face-to-face based on the NQF notional hours. This excludes time to complete assignments, research and self study. Each Damelin campus has a different tuition schedule. Programmes are offered during the week, in the evenings, or on Saturdays.Course IntroThe Skills Programme 4 in Wealth Management is intended for those who wish to pursue a career or are in a financial services environment that requires knowledge of legislation and regulation, behavioural economics and finance, financial discussions and relationships in the financial services industry. This Skills Programme is part of an INSETA accredited full qualification: National Certificate: Wealth Management, SAQA ID 57608, Level 5.... [-]


International Management Programme

Pan-Atlantic University - Lagos Business School (LBS)
Campus Part time 5  months November 2017 Nigeria Lagos

If your organisation has businesses around Africa, or you are considering expanding your business within Africa, then this programme is for you. Our International Management Programme aims to deepen your knowledge of doing business in Africa to help you take advantage of the limitless opportunities the continent offers. This new programme has been designed to help executives develop competencies needed for managing successfully in the different regions of Africa. [+]

Best Course Studies in Africa 2017. Leadership development relevant for Africa The IMP critically examines the challenging and often uncertain business terrain in Africa, and prepares you to take on your leadership responsibilities in those regions you establish your business. It is designed to help you understand the multicultural diversity of the continent, and offer key success factors for leading your team to deliver stellar performance. This programme will empower you to think broadly, manage strategically and compete globally. Preparing you for the future Africa’s growth potential and untapped opportunities offer vast possibilities for growing and expanding your business. This programme is a must for executives aiming to take advantage of the projected growth in the African economy. The IMP for Leaders in Africa will help you: Gain a holistic view of your organisation beyond your own role Learn to operate in various international markets Lead people and build high performance teams in the African and Asian business environments Drive superior business results Build an entrepreneurial culture Build ethical leaders in your organisation Develop winning strategies for internationalisation Benefits Participants who successfully complete this programme will: Have a better understanding of the African macroeconomic environment Be better able to manage in the African business context Be more skilled at systems thinking, that is, see the connections and consequences of decisions and actions Be better equipped to assess the financial health of a business using methods suited for the African business environment Learn how to drive value through operations Learn how to build global brands and manage your marketing and sales force for the 21st century Be better equipped to design and implement internationalisation strategies [-]

ALA Model African Union Course

African Leadership Academy
Campus Full time 5 days March 2017 South Africa Honeydew

African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU) is a simulation of the African Union, providing a platform for young leaders to explore the inner workings of the African Union, and to practice international diplomacy by assuming the roles of African leaders. [+]

About us African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU) is a simulation of the African Union, providing a platform for young leaders aged 14 to 19 to explore the inner workings of the African Union, and to practice international diplomacy by assuming the roles of African leaders. This conference affords delegates the opportunity to study complex African issues, understand the interests and positions of African countries, and learn to successfully negotiate without compromising national interests. ALAMAU aims to empower young leaders to model international cooperation while celebrating diversity and promoting pan-African unity. ALAMAU 2015 will be held from March 18-22, 2015 as young leaders attempt to resolve, in five days of intense brainstorming and negotiations, some of the longest-running and most complicated issues on the continent. The conference experience will, however, not be limited to committee sessions; through keynote presentations by African Union officials and foreign policy experts, a diplomatic roundtable featuring ambassadors from several countries, educational tours to historic sites and a celebration of cultural diversity through the Cultural Night, delegates will experience a highly intellectual, educative and exciting conference. There will also be a parallel conference for international educators accompanying students to the conference, as they will be exposed to presentations by several thought-leaders in Africa, and engaged in peer learning geared towards developing the next generation of diplomatic African leaders. Building on a successful inaugural conference in April 2014 on the theme ‘Shared Challenges, Common Solutions’, delegates to ALAMAU 2015 will focus on ‘Moving from Potential to Action’. Africa has long been identified as a gold mine of opportunities, yet conversations often dwell too strongly on the continent’s potential without implementable action plans or definite steps taken to ensure the continent’s development. With the continent’s youthful population, abundant natural and human resources, and the rapid growth of our local economies, Africa is indeed ready to take off. This conference provides a unique opportunity for young leaders to develop strategies to enable us utilize our vast resources to achieve holistic human-centred Pan-African growth. ACTIVITIES AT ALAMAU 2015 Committee Sessions At ALAMAU 2015, seven organs and subsidiary bodies of the African Union will be simulated. Each committee session will last for three hours and will mainly include speeches and caucus negotiations, ultimately culminating in a resolution drafted to solve the issue for which the committee was convened. Prior to the conference, delegates would have studied widely on their assigned countries and topics, ensuring that they make well-informed recommendations that will promote development across the continent. Diplomatic Reception & Roundtable Delegates to ALAMAU 2015 will be drawn from several countries within and outside Africa; therefore as part of their diplomatic experience at ALAMAU, they will be afforded the opportunity to interact with and learn from several African ambassadors in a cocktail reception. The ambassadors will subsequently engage in a roundtable discussion to e realities of international diplomacy. Faculty Advisor Speaker Series Each delegation to ALAMAU 2015 will be accompanied by a faculty member, who might be a teacher in the humanities or one who maintains significant interest in international affairs. Educational Tours South Africa is home to several historic and educational sites including the Apartheid Museum and Cradle of Humankind. As part of the conference experience, delegates and advisors will have the opportunity to visit some of these historic sites, affording them a good break from intense committee sessions, while providing an opportunity to strengthening friendships. Cultural Night Considering the diversity of nationalities and cultures that will be represented at ALAMAU, delegated will be engaged in a celebration of all represented cultures at our Africa-themed Cultural Night. Participants will witness a fusion of music, food, fashion, dance, drama and poetry that highlight the uniqueness of different cultures from all regions of Africa. [-]

IELTS

Eurocentres - Language schools
Campus Full time 2 - 52 weeks Open Enrollment United Kingdom London Australia Brisbane USA Cambridge Melbourne Miami Brighton Sydney New York Bournemouth San Diego Ireland Dublin Canada Toronto Malta Sliema Vancouver South Africa Cape Town + 20 more

Prove your fitness in English with this certificate. It is your entry ticket to study courses in the UK, the USA, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Accordingly, the IELTS test examination preparation is [+]

Prove your fitness in English with this certificate. It is your entry ticket to study courses in the UK, the USA, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Accordingly, the IELTS test examination preparation is targeted at the English required in an academic environment. As an internationally defined language test, the International English Language Testing System assesses your English skills in listening, reading, writing and speaking. Our courses with specific IELTS training sessions will help you obtain a good result in the test. All you have to do is select your preferred destination from the many different locations where we offer the course. Are you ready for take-off?

IELTS test: Familiarise yourself with the English required in an academic context. Acquire all the linguistic skills necessary to participate in university life, such as understanding lectures or taking part in academic discussions. Thanks to lots of IELTS exercises and tuition in examination skills, you will achieve your goal in a relatively short time. Eurocentres, one of the largest IELTS test centres in Europe and with experienced teaching staff, is an excellent partner to assist you in achieving your goal. Flexible timescale: You can start your IELTS test training course at almost any time at almost all destinations and schools. And if you want to study further, we will be pleased to advise you: We have partnerships with many renowned universities.... [-]