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Marlborough College to offer KidsMBA

Marlborough logoWe are pleased to welcome Marlborough College to the cohort of outstanding schools which, recognising the lifelong value of developing entrepreneurial thinking from an early age, are including ABE Endorsed KidsMBA in their wider curriculum.

We regret to announce the passing of Edward de Bono

ABE's long-standing president, Edward de Bono, died on 9th June 2021 aged 88.  Nominated for the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2005, Edward de Bono is regarded by many as the leading authority in the field of creative thinking, innovation and the teaching of thinking as a skill.  He is the originator of the concept of Lateral Thinking and has written over 70 books which have been translated into over 40 languages. 

March 2021 results published

Results for ABE March 2021 assignments been published in the portal. Many congratulations to all successful candidates.

New agreement offers ABE learners a seamless journey to a degree

Exclusive partnership with the University of Hertfordshire (UH) provides a straightforward route to a BA (Hons) Business Administration (top-up) delivered online by the University and facilitated through ABE accredited centres. 

ABE women entrepreneurs: join the Commonwealth Women's Entrepreneurship Summit

CWESEquipping women entrepreneurs with the skills and resources they need has never been more critical.   It is with this aim that the first Commonwealth Women's Entrepreneurship Summit will be taking place on 19th & 20th May 2021.   As so many ABE alumni are also women entrepreneurs we think this is an event well worth sharing.

Gresham's School adds ABE Endorsed KidsMBA to its progressive curriculum

Gresham'sWe are delighted to welcome Gresham’s School in the UK to the global cohort of education providers which recognise the advantages of embedding entrepreneurialism into their curriculum and are offering the ABE Endorsed KidsMBA programme.

Open-book exam question papers for May 2021 are on the portal

Open-book exam questions have been published on the portal today.  Learners can find the question papers under the relevant unit in the Exam Preparation tab. 

Please do not submit an open-book exam if you are based in Malawi. Learners in Malawi will be assessed by timed exam (this is based on feedback from local stakeholders).  

Assignment briefs have been published today.

Diploma assignment briefs for May 2021 assessment have been published on the portal today.  They can be found typing 'May 2021' in the search bar.

New resources support delivery and revision for May/June assessments

The May/June 2021 assessment window is being supported by documented Delivery Guidance (for centres) and a Guide for Lost Learning  (for learners). These resources are designed to help balance out the lost learning time that may have been caused by prolonged centre closures and disruption as a result of the pandemic.  The guides enable centres to target teaching and learners to target revision to focus on the areas that will help to deliver success in this assessment session.

Examiner reports for November/December 2020 assessments now available.

Examiners’ reports cover all units and provide an invaluable insight into what ABE examiners are looking for and how you can gain or lose marks.  As well as providing understanding of your results, these reports can also help you prepare for units you are planning to sit at the next session.