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The answer to the higher education crisis is partnerships with the private sector

Private education provider Regenesys Business School saw the deficit in the higher education sector and offered free business education in 2012.They have turned to the private sector and joined forces with cellphone giant MTN to deliver an education alternative for students who want to further their studies but face financial Know more...
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Regenesys ranked fourth best business school for second year in row

PMR Africa has ranked Regenesys Business School to be one of the top fourth business school in South Africa. The independent PMR survey assesse sac credited business schools that offer the option to study for an MBA and rates the perception of employers and employees regarding this. Know more...
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Are you smart enough for your job?

Mental intelligence has lost some of its prominence in the workplace especially after studies have revealed that managers high in intelligences such as EQ and SQ produce better results than managers who only possess IQ.Organisations that previously placed enormous emphasis on hiring super-smart people are now shifting Know more...
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Students from India intern in SA and find friendly support

International Regenesys students who have just completed their internships in South Africa found locals to be very friendly and supportive and they would definitely recommend Regenesys to others in India. Know more...
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Expand your organisational capabilities – use it or lose it!

An organisation is a set of capabilities that combine to achieve specific objectives. If you do not use and grow your capabilities, then they disappear. If we study competitive advantage, we will see that looking at how we employ Know more...
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Best lecturers leaving public universities

University lecturers are applying to work in the private higher education sector at a far higher rate than at any other time. This is according to Regenesys Business School that indicated that more lecturers are asking to join them than ever before Know more...
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100 000 business students needed

South Africa needs 100 000 matriculants to commence business studies at university next year if it is to sustain its growth rate. Regenesys Business School is deeply concerned about the state of higher education Know more...
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Long-term partnership to benefit South African military veterans economically

The South African National Military Veterans Association (SANMVA) has partnered with Regenesys Business School, who will teach veterans about the essentials of business and train them to become entrepreneurs Know more...
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Regenesys research paper sought-after in Australia, the US, Europe and Asia

Regenesys associate professors Rajesh Sharma and Abhinanda Gautam published a research paper on consumer buyer behaviour which is doing very well on many scientific portals including Berlin-based ResearchGate Know more...
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Regenesys Dean Dr Penny Law appointed to the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE)

Regenesys Dean, Dr Penny Law, has been appointed to be a member of the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE). She applied for a position on the HEQC two years Know more...
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Gauteng entrepreneurs inspired by our facilitators to start their own businesses

As training began countrywide on the Entrepreneur 1000 programme, aspiring entrepreneur, Mpho (30) from Germiston described the project in one word – “wow.” The fledgling business owners learnt that they must “be passionate Know more...
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Message from the Dean: How is Regenesys Business School different to other global business schools?

What makes Regenesys Business School unique to other global business schools? All business schools focus on developing rational thinking, which is underpinned by IQ. Some are now beginning to focus on developing emotional Know more...
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