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Learning & Development

UCT GSB grows Impact Investing education in Africa

Growing impact investing capacity in Africa could unlock the continent’s potential. In 2024, the UCT Graduate School of Business is taking its Impact Investing in Africa course to Kenya for the first time – and working to create uniquely African impact investing solutions to uplift the continent

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Posted on 10 June 2024 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Learning & Development

UCT GSB ranks as top SA business school for Customised Executive Education

The UCT Graduate School of Business has a long-standing, respected, and sophisticated Executive Education offering, which saw it ranked in the Top 100 globally for the 15th consecutive year in the 2024 Financial Times Executive Education Rankings.

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Posted on 7 June 2024 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Learning & Development

Cassim Motala: Game Changer

As a student at the UCT Graduate School of Business, Cassim Motala (MBA, Class of 2004) helped to shape not just the structure and delivery but the ethos of the School’s MBA programme. As an alumnus, he continues to push for the programme to be as progressive and relevant as ever

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Posted on 5 June 2024 by Alumni Relations Dept
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Learning & Development

How to motivate your employer to fund your studies

Company funding is an excellent option for those who wish to further their qualifications but can’t cover all of the costs. So we’ve compiled a comprehensive guide to getting your employer to pay for your professional enrichment.

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Posted on 20 May 2024 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Learning & Development

How I launched an international career with CEMS MiM

UCT Graduate School of Business alum Ntando Mdladla tells us about the School’s award-winning CEMS Master in Management specialising in International Management programme, which is designed to launch ambitious young graduates into international internships at blue-chip multinationals all over the world. The UCT GSB is the only business school in Sub-Saharan Africa to offer this course.

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Posted on 11 April 2024 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Learning & Development

How an Inclusive MBA in Cape Town inspired Tsitsi Hatendi-Mtika (MBA 2014) to Change the Finance Industry

Tsitsi Hatendi-Matika chose the MBA at the UCT GSB to help her broaden her career horizons in finance. Now it’s helping her change the industry for the better.

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Posted on 25 March 2024 by Alumni Relations Dept
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Leadership & Ethics

Transforming the role of business in society through values-based leadership

The Allan Gray Centre for Values-Based Leadership explores ‘new ways of doing business based on purpose, sustainability and responsible practices'

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Posted on 11 March 2024 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Annual Reviews

UCT GSB Highlights in 2023

This year has been an exceptional year for the UCT GSB. This article highlights some of the moments that were greatly celebrated.

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Posted on 20 December 2023 by Alumni Relations Dept
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Annual Reviews

UCT GSB's Executive MBA Ranked Top 4 Globally for Diversity

The latest Financial Times Executive MBA rankings have been released and the UCT Graduate School of Business’s EMBA Programme has once again made the Top 100 – the only African business school to appear on the list. Moreover, it is in the top five globally for women’s representation.

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Posted on 4 December 2023 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Political Economy

Three scenarios for South Africa’s energy crisis: the good, the bad and the likely

South African businesses can be forgiven for feeling like they’re in a movie where the actors are on strike, the script has been lost, and the director has left the set. What are the good, the bad and the likely scenarios for our country’s dire energy situation? We asked the Power Futures Lab (PFL) at UCT’s Graduate School of Business to offer an expert view on where we might be heading.

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Posted on 23 November 2023 by Wikus Kruger