Course in Business Studies in Johannesburg in South Africa

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Business Studies

If you’re looking to continue your personal development with a multitude of study options either online or in a classroom, law courses are for you. Specific study topics typically include intellectual property, commercial law and regulatory theory.

A program in Business, Economics and Administration, intends to further the student’s understanding of the business world. This program often incorporates theory with real world application. With this course, one can be the head in various business departments.

South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. It is divided into nine provinces. South Africa is not only a jumping off point, it is itself a fantastic destination rich in culture, fauna & flora and history.

Johannesburg city is the largest source of gold and diamond in southern Africa. It is the base of South Africa’s Constitutional court and is the largest and wealthiest city in the Gauteng Province. It is home to University of Johannesburg.

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Short Courses in Management

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

Short Courses in Management [+]

Course Studies in Business Studies in Johannesburg in South Africa. Title Duration Price Admission Requirements Contact Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Project Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Project Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Asset-based Socio-economic Development ) Three consecutive days. The actual contact time is eight hours per day R3900 NQF 4 qualification or working for/ managing a social enterprise​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Business Incubator Management ) Three blocks spaced one month apart for 15 days (four days, six days and 45 days). The actual contact time is eight hours per day. Total 112 hours R17500 NQF 6 qualification plus three to five years’ experience as a middle manager within a social economy organisation (SEO) or Small and Micro Enterprise (SMEs) or government department or agency dealing with business development​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Advanced Cultural Tourism (Advanced Cultural Tourism ) 200 hours 4 days contact R7000 Community Based Cultural Tourism CUT2​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Applied Entre- preneurship for Local Economic Development (LED) (Applied Entre- preneurship for Local Economic Development (LED) 6 Months R15000 Grade 12 Experience in the fields related to public administration, economics or business Applicants will be subject to an internal selection process The SLP "Introduction to Local Economic Development" as a pre-study is recommended​ Dr Marius Venter mventer@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Introduction)) 3 Days R8000 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda... [-]

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... [-]