The Business School was founded to:
develop and deliver successful programmes;
Operating under the banner of the school is The Centre for Business Dynamics, established to offer customised non-curricular training in assisting companies and individuals to bridge the gap between their existing skills and competencies, and by those required to ensure their future performance and competitiveness.
We create opportunities for the future.
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Fully accredited by the Council for Higher Education (CHE)
The Business School has been voted for 3 Palmes by EDUNIVERSAL and belongs to the 3rd league of the 1000 Best Business Schools worldwide.
This course will help participants in understanding the role of technology in business, assessing their own business environment and identifying the need for technology in the business environment and organisation.
Economics and economic decision-making is part of basically every segment of life. In this course we firstly look at Economics in its two dimensions: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Banking sector which is the ‘life blood’ of any economy.
The course aims at equipping the participant to be able to successfully manage strategic and operational risk in the organisation by introducing a systematic approach to risk management that is backed up by practical guidelines and easy to use templates.
The course aims to equip the participant to be able to successfully identify and assess his/her own opportunity and to write a business plan for the new opportunity.
The question of ethics, or 'what is the correct way to run a business' forms a crucial part of the governance of every corporate decision-making process. Learn more about the importance of ethics and governance in this course.
The course is predominantly directed at any functional line managers working with finances, public money, budgets, supply chain management, asset control or strategic planning in the public or municipal sectors; including parastatals and/or municipal entities.
The aim of this course is to equip participants with academic reading and writing skills, which is a minimum requirement for any academic course taken.
You will take the first step in developing as a leader by being introduced to the process of management. This will give you a sense of what skills will be required by you as a manager.
Broadening your career prospects in management. The Business School in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at UFS Business School has established itself as a leader in South Africa in the provision of management development programmes.
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the basic concepts and to assist you with converting it into a practical approach to the management of Institutional Memory to prevent your organisation from "reinventing the wheel".
In order to understand Industrial Relations it is necessary to have a firm grasp of Labour Law and how it is applied. This course will focus on the legal principals, then look into the method of applying different aspects practically in the workplace.
The course focuses on the development of knowledge and skills regarding the context within which the leader needs to lead, the role and behaviour of an effective leader, personal development of the leader, as well as leading a team to high performance.