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Feedback from the first-ever ABE Endorsed KidsMBA to be delivered in Rwanda.
The process of applying for jobs can be time-consuming and stressful. Here are our tips to help you make sure your CV (or resume) gets you selected for that all important interview.
The start of a new year is a time for reflection when we consider whether we are on the right path to a productive and fulfilling future.
With this in mind, read on for five favourite New Years’ resolutions for success:
Whether considering investment from a personal point of view, a business angle or even the perspective of an entire economy, management education of the type provided by ABE’s Diplomas, has sound economic arguments.
You’ve worked hard, you’ve followed our Top Tips for Revision. Now all you’ve got to do is sit your exam. To help you get the grade you deserve, follow these simple steps to exam success.
A survey by ABE shows that 82% of young people want to start their own business but that many people lack the confidence to go ahead.
This quiz aims to help you assess how ready you are and identify where your strengths and weaknesses lie.
For World Mental Health Day (10 October) we have made our blog on ways to cope with the stress of study and work into a handy infographic.
Writing assignments can be daunting; feeling under pressure, and unsure of if we’ll ever be prepared enough to tackle the question effectively. Remember it does not have to be like this; the most important thing is to start – and start early.
Whether you are running a business, a department or a project, successfully managing a team of people is a vital component of many managerial roles. Here are some tips to make your team exceptional.
A robust business plan will give your start-up the greatest chance of success. This blog explores the business plan's role and the process of shaping a start-up’s strategy in response to environmental and competitive forces.
A blog from the recent workshop on catalyzing the innovation spirit in Africa, organised by the Commonwealth Secretariat and delivered by ABE's Chief Executive, Rob May, "It's so important that we recognise that young people are Africa’s greatest natural resource."