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About UCT GSB Executive education


The first UCT GSB short course launched


Globally for FT Executive Education Custom programmes ranking 2023


Globally for FT Executive Education Open programmes
ranking 2023


Short courses delivered since 1967




Corporate clients represented

Customised programmes

All UCT GSB courses can be customised to suit your organisation’s learning and development needs and can be delivered anywhere in the world, wherever it is convenient.

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Exec Ed DHP - Online courses

Online Courses

UCT GSB short courses are offered live online in real-time or self-paced for your convenience. Some of our courses are created in collaboration with third-party online learning partners GetSmarter or Masterstart.

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Meet the Leaders

Mr Rayner Canning
Mr Rayner Canning

Director: Business Development

Rayner Canning leads the Business Development Unit with a focus on recruiting and retaining key Executive Education and Study Tour clients, fostering new initiatives, and stewarding UCT GSB’s market share and revenue.
Mr Jodie Martin
Mr Jodie Martin

Head: Executive Education

Jodie Martin is the Executive Education Head of Department where he leads and supports our world-class Executive Education delivery team.

Ideas Exchange

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Learning & Development

Latest FT ranking puts UCT GSB in top 15 globally for growth

Latest ranking of customised programmes from the Financial Times shows the University Cape Town Graduate School of Business is leading in Africa.

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Posted on 23 May 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Learning & Development

UCT GSB partners with CNBC Africa for Future of Education Summit

The school is a key sponsor in this virtual summit which kicks off at 10h00 (CAT) on 29 July, under the theme, ‘Redefining the future of education’.

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Posted on 9 July 2021 by UCT GSB Press Office
David Venter - Negotiation skill
Management Fundamentals

Negotiation should be seen as an opportunity for both sides to win

To avoid a shutdown over wage negotiations, we need to find what both parties value.

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Posted on 12 May 2021 by UCT GSB Press Office

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