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Cambridge Executive Education in Africa

Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education is committed to deep engagement with executives, administrators, managers, professionals, innovators and leaders from the continent of Africa within both the public and private sectors. We have worked predominantly with organisations from Nigeria and South Africa, two of the continent's largest economies, and are striving to broaden our scope in other regions.

Our customised programmes are developed to address the local objectives of businesses on the subjects of organisational behaviour, strategy, entrepreneurship, innovation, finance, accounting and operations through to the exploration of the macro goals of leadership and good governance, healthcare, human capital, infrastructure and equitable wealth creation.

The strength of our customised programmes for our African partners and clients lies in our consultative approach to programme design and development and our ability to merge Cambridge Judge Business School expertise with knowledge from across the wider University of Cambridge: the Faculties or Schools of Clinical Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, Law, Political Sciences, the Humanities and the Centre of African Studies to offer holistic solutions to challenges, opportunities and threats. The power of the Cambridge brand to convene very high profile practitioners from across the globe means that institutional and industry leaders introduce a dynamic and unique Cambridge experience to our action oriented programmes. 

The results are holistic learning experiences for the individual and the promise of transformational change within organisations, sectors and regions.

Who to contact

For more information about our work in Africa or if you have any questions, we would be happy to hear from you.

Afua Osei
Business Development Director
Tel: +44 (0)1223 748830
Email: africaexeced@jbs.cam.ac.uk

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