PMR Africa has ranked Regenesys Business School one of the top five business schools in South Africa. The independent PMR survey assesses accredited business schools and rates the perception of employers and employees regarding the MBA offering. “This is a phenomenal achievement for us as a private business school,” Siegie Brownlee, the CEO of Regenesys said.
“This ranking reaffirms the credibility and quality of the Regenesys Business School qualifications as products of this business school but also awakens the market to the pedigree and depth of the Regenesys graduates,” Regenesys MBA graduate and alumnus Pule Molebeledi, investor relations and communications executive for Harith, commented.
Regenesys was rated on a mean score of 7.85 out of a possible 10.00 and ranked fourth overall. The survey was conducted from May to July 2015 among human resource managers, directors and line managers from corporate companies, national, provincial and local government departments, municipalities and state-owned enterprises.
Within three years, Regenesys rose up from position 11 to fourth best in the ranking. Other business schools that participated include the University of Stellenbosch Business School (ranked 1), GIBS (ranked 2), the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (ranked 5) and the University of Witwatersrand Business School (ranked 11).
The ratings are based on respondents who rate MBA/MBL graduates and students on 19 attributes or criteria, including: application of knowledge in the workplace, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurial skills, financial management, innovation, leadership qualities and strategic management.
Started 17 years ago, Regenesys offers high quality, holistic management and leadership education, has an investment firm – MyWealth Investments and also offers free business education through the Regenesys Foundation to help those without the means, to be the best that they can be.
Regenesys has grown business operations at home and expanded to other countries – with a solid foothold in Nigeria and bustling business burgeoning in India. The business school is attracting students worldwide to study online or in South Africa.
“We are working tirelessly and steadily towards our 2020 vision of being a leading global business school by providing a high quality, customer-centric educational experience intertwined with a high-tech and blended learning approach,” Ms. Brownlee said.
Pule Molebeledi concluded, “The ranking is a significant and critical milestone. It affirms the quality and reputation of Regenesys Business School. The students who go through the institution are well aware of this fact and will further be proud of this exciting development. Well done to the Regenesys Business School family!”