The University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) is the only SA business school to make it in to the top 100 of the 2020 executive MBA ranking of the London Financial Times (FT). The ranking, published this week, places the GSB 56th in the world.

Unlike the standard MBA, which is considered traditionally as a stepping stone towards senior management, the executive MBA is intended for those already there but who want to develop their expertise and leadership skills further. Kosheek Sewchurran, director of the GSB executive programme, says the course is designed to attract executives who are “serious about character development and want to shift their intelligence, as well as their orientation, to find new ways of leading”...

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