Africa is said to be one of the continents to be business educations destination in the future. There are many MBA schools in Africa countries like Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and the Maghreb. Africa is blessed with many resources and many top countries are eyeing the continent. More business school are being established in Africa countries like Rwanda.
There are Western business schools in Africa contributing to business development in the continent. Many local business schools are also putting in more resources to meet the world standard. HEC Paris as an example has a regional office in Ivory Coast, also Asian schools like China Europe International Business School of Shanghai have set up an in Ghana.
Many young Africans that have interest in business want adequate education that will meet up with western education but many can,t afford the high fees. Africa business school are rising to the occasion when it comes to the quality of education, they are affordable compared to Western school and use learning materials related to the African environment which the learner with easily relate with.
In some years, African MBA schools will meet up with the western school and more business schools are expected to be established in the future. In this post, we will provide you with a list of top business schools in Africa.
Top 10 Business Schools in Africa
Below is the list of top 10 MBA schools in Africa:
Pan-Atlantic University – Lagos Business School
University of Pretoria – Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) Johannesburg, South Africa
The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science was accredited by AACSB International and AMBA accreditation in 2016. The MBA school was established in 2000 in Johannesburg, which is South Africa’s economic hub. Johannesburg is a major economic city in South Africa and Africa at large with an international attraction to the city.
The American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt
Strathmore Business School
Strathmore Business School was established in 2005 in Nairobi, Kenya, through a partnership with Strathmore University and IESE Business School, one of Spain’s top institutions. The school opened a new campus in 2012, a beautiful building that won in 2012 best green building development in Africa. The school have AACSB and EQUIS accreditation
Henley Business School – Johannesburg, South Africa
Henley is one of Britain’s best business schools that have a Campus in Johannesburg. The school runs as a part-time MBA program and an MBA program which focused on the creative and music industries. It was ranked by prestigious business publication slike The Economist and the Financial Times.
University of Cape Town (UCT) – Graduate School of Business, South Africa
UCT Graduate School of Business makes the top business schools in Africa. The school offers students the opportunity to go on 41 exchange program to give them global experience beyond Africa. UCT GBA is accredited by the AACSB and has contributed to using academic theory to solve the problems in the business world. The institution is regarded as South Africa’s financial centre.
University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) Bellville, South Africa
The USB MBA program is AACSB-accredited, the business school focus on developing brilliant leaders to take the lead in the business industry. Each student of the school will undergo a leadership development program which will be done through learning by doing and experimental learning. The USB MBA program is for a year and it offers a great opportunity and quality learning to students.
ESCA Ecole de Management Casablanca, Morocco
ESCA Ecole de Management in Morocco is accredited by many authorities including AACSB. It was founded in 1992, it has 17 national and international programs, including a well-regarded, full-time MBA. The school is ranked by the international rating agency Eduniversal and made it to the Jeune Afrique ranking of the best business schools in French-speaking Africa. The school have alumni in top business organizations.
University of the Witwatersrand – Wits Business School (WBS) Johannesburg, South Africa
WBS was founded in 1968 in South Africa Business Hub, Johannesburg and accredited by AMBA. The school have a long history with an enviable alumni network with more than 10,000 alumni who are CEOs of major corporates and successful technology entrepreneurs, not just in South Africa but all over the world.
Milpark Education: Milpark Business School Cape Town, South Africa
Milpark Business School was accredited by AMBA this year. The school offer business education as a digital degree through distance learning for two to five years. The school main focus is on business ethics, social responsibility and the environment. It also offers courses in the basics of management and a broad range of other subjects.