Namibia, South Africa and Botswana entrepreneurs to benefit from $3 million Stanford Graduate School of Business program
Stanford Graduate School of Business has announced a $3 million, three-year partnership with De Beers Group to empower young, budding entrepreneurs in Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa.
SAP Africa has announced the appointment of Goutam Dev as its new Head of Education for Africa. The newly appointed executive has been with the enterprise services company since 2005.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Group Managing Director, Dr. Maikanti Baru, has expressed satisfaction over the innovation introduced in the conduct of the 2017 edition of the competition.
Tanzania Women of Achievement launches mentorship and learning on the go platform for girls and women in Africa
Tanzania Women of Achievement (TWA) has launched Twaa Mentorship, an online portal and mobile app designed to provide mentorship and learning on the go for girls and women in Africa.
Grad Coach, a leading postgraduate support provider, has launched a first of its kind Master’s dissertation and thesis service.
[Column] Jens Ischebeck: Online Education - Linking up Africa with some of the best colleges in the world
Bill Gates wrote in his 2015 letter to his foundation that soon, world class education will just be several computer taps away, regardless of where anyone lives.
Grad Coach, a leading South African postgraduate support provider, has launched a free MBA Q&A service that allows MBA students to get answers to their burning questions, all at no cost.
First Bank of Nigeria has expanded its Financial Literacy program to the Eastern part of the country with the launch of its Financial Literacy program for Secondary Schools in Ebonyi State, under the auspices of the FirstBank FutureFirst Program.
GE, the world’s Digital Industrial Company has announced a skill development partnership programme involving its GE Lagos Garage.
Burhani Engineers Limited has signed a partnership with the Kibera Sub-County government to provide computer systems and Engineering Power Classes to pupils within the county.
[Kenya] M-Shule receives cash investment from Engineers without Borders Canada to scale education by SMS
Engineers Without Borders Canada has announced its investment in M-Shule, a Kenyan-based EdTech company using SMS to deploy tailored education content for children in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Furnishing one's CV with a list of qualifications is essential to getting ahead in many sectors of the economy. This holds true throughout the world, including in Africa.
Guaranty Trust Bank has transformed the old Herbert Macaulay Library, Yaba, into a state of the art learning and recreation facility.
Actis , a leading investor in growth markets, announced today a major pan-African higher education initiative - Honoris United Universities.
The Senate of Nigeria has approved the National Youth Service Corps scheme for graduates of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
M-learning, online courses and other aspects of e-learning technology have the potential to enhance education provision in Africa in numerous ways.
After a highly selective and intensive 4-months preparation the first 20 talents of Fast-track Acquisition of Skills Training in Technology, Engineering, Entrepreneurship are now ready to be immersed at leading enterprises in Senegal.
2U, Inc., a market leader in delivering best-in-class digital education in partnership with the world's top colleges and universities, has announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of GetSmarter.
Guaranty Trust Bank plc, has transformed the old Herbert Macaulay Library, Yaba into a state of the art learning and recreation facility.
United Bank for Africa's Foundation’s initiative, Read Africa, is visiting schools in African countries to encourage young children embrace the culture of reading.
South African Investment Bankers have lauded the Lagos Business School for hosting the International Executive Development Programme (IEDP) for the Banking Sector and Training Authority (BANKSETA).
Southern Business School Namibia is proud to announce the appointment of Mrs. Feitjie Veldskoen-Kapofi as Deputy Director.
[Ghana] UNHCR launches world's first satellite enabled interactive distance learning project for refugee children
A new project enabling refugee children in the Ampain camp in Western Ghana to receive high quality teaching via distance learning is now fully established.
As e-learning becomes more widely adopted in Africa,, self-improvement and distance education courses which once seemed infeasible are now becoming increasingly available.
Harvard University opens its first cross disciplinary research Center for African Studies on the African continent
Harvard University’s Center for African Studies has opened its first Africa office in Johannesburg South Africa
Vodafone Foundation launches project targeting over five million children with online education materials
Vodafone's charitable arm is launching Instant Schools For Africa across six countries to provide free access to quality online educational materials.
[Kenya] Kabarak University partners with General Electric Healthcare to develop $450m medical campus
Kabarak University is partnering with international organizations to develop a 500-bed, state-of-the-art, multi-disciplinary tertiary hospital to be located in Kabarak, Nakuru County.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed agreements for a corporate loan to finance the expansion of Afe Babalola University (ABUAD) in Ado Ekiti, Nigeria.
The Federal Government on Thursday in Abuja inaugurated an implementation committee to facilitate the establishment of the proposed Information Communication Technology (ICT) University of Nigeria.
MTN Group is inviting social media users across Africa and the Middle East to join its employees in a virtual campaign to break down traditional barriers to education.
[Nigeria] Shell Petroleum Development Company celebrates top-performing students, inducts them into mentorship program
Beneficiaries of The Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) Joint Venture undergraduate scholarship who have consistently earned excellent grades have been inducted into a new mentorship program.
In April, Vodacom announced that it had been awarded the contract to supply a School Management Solution to the Eastern Cape Department of Education to help with the administration of schools in the province.
Wits Business School Johannesburg will be opening its ‘online’ gates during a webinar taking place on 5th May in which they will be presenting the process of getting a scholarship, the University heritage and much, much more!