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Leadership meets entrepreneurship

Business owner Ariana has written a blog about the importance of leadership skills to become a successful entrepreneur. Please note that the blog post is entirely in Ariana's own words and reflects her experience as an entrepreneur and leader.

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How to win at timed exam style assessments

With the timed exam assessments right around the corner, we thought it would be helpful to share some tips on how to excel in this type of assessme

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Joseph Yohane Kalikokha's ABE Journey

Doreen Maluk, ABE Manager celebrated 50 years of ABE in Malawi on the 20th October.

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UK must change its migration policy to avoid...

Following the Westminster launch of the ABE-funded report Passport to Progress, ABE Chief Executive, Rob May writes about the issues in the UK, which led to its publication and how the policy recommendations made in the report can help all governments compete for global talent to encourage economic growth through innovation.

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KidsMBA Programme at KHULA Education, South Africa

KHULA Education is making great strides in their work, as stated by Debbie Heustice, Director at KHULA Education.

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Top Tips When Starting A New Job

Starting a new job is a great opportunity for professional development and growth. It's understandable to feel nervous and uncertain, but with the right mindset and approach, you can quickly adapt to your new environment and thrive in your role. Here are some tips that may help when starting a new job:

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ABE’s exemplary approach to marking

Ensuring that you receive a fair mark for your assessments is as important to us as it is to you. For this reason, we have a robust system of examiner recruitment, training, marking, quality checking and, sadly, where necessary catching any cheats, so that everyone gets the mark they deserve. Here's how we go about it.

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Make your CV work for you!

When you have completed your ABE studies, you're likely to be thinking about taking your career to the next level, but applying for jobs can become demoralising if you don't get invited for interviews. If this is happening to you read our blog of top tips to help you make sure your CV (or resume) will help you get that all-important interview

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What it feels like to be the Future Entrepreneur of the Year

The holder of the 2022 Future Entrepreneur of the Year title is Asia Sylvester from Trinidad and Tobago. Asia beat stiff competition from around the world and impressed the judges with her obvious passion for her business idea which was backed by a mature understanding of the costs and opportunity. She tells us in her own words what it felt like to be the winner.

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Top tips for stress management

When you are studying and preparing for assessments the pressure is on.  If you throw work and other external factors in the mix the pressure doubles. Here's a handy checklist of things you can do to help you cope when life is stressful.

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Writing to enhance your professional reputation

Linda Wilkin, ABE’s head of marketing, shares tips to help you polish your prose to perfection and enhance your professional reputation. Almost every job in business requires some form of written communication.  The ability to do so in a professional and succinct manner will ensure your words are treated with the respect they deserve. The golden rule with professional communications is less is more.  People are busy.  They just want the facts, so here are some tips to help.

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Meeting the ABE community in Mauritius

ABE's Director of Africa Kereesa Carrington-Nunez kicked off a regional tour by visiting Mauritius.  Here she spent time with many ABE centre partners. Her week's visit culminated with a meet-and-greet cocktail evening attended by ABE centres, ABE ambassador Selveena Parmanum, industry leaders from ABE's alumni, universities, the regulatory authority the MAQ, as well as ABE friends and well-wishers.

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