Blog - May 2017

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.

Group in MyanmarABE's regional director, Kate Winter, reports on her recent visit to Myanmar and how proud we are that ABE alumni are at the heart of driving change.

Exams are looming and it’s a stressful time!   Everyone tells you to just relax and do your best.  Great advice, but easier said than done!   One thing that can help is feeling well prepared.  With this in mind, we have summarised some top tips to getting top grades.

Samanthi WarnaguluScience graduate and banking executive, Samanthi, chose ABE when her employer listed it as a qualification that would lead to promotion. We are delighted to say that on receipt of the President's Prize, Samanthi also gained her promotion at work. Congratulations Samanthi!

"It is an exciting experience for me from the science background.  The way the lessons are structured and the way my Lecturer presented the subject in the classroom and the connection he made to my real work experience made my learning very interesting and appealing."

 

Michael ObengAfter recommendations, Michael chose ABE because he saw it was a quick route to help him achieve his aims and in the long term he plans to become a strategic sales manager.

"The best thing about ABE is that its courses are practical.  I have gained skills and tactics in the area of personal selling.  I found putting myself in practical scenarios and conducting research using the internet helped me a lot in studying this course."

 

kulsum nasserFinancial Associate, Kulsum, loved the fact that ABE enabled her to complete from Level 4 to Level 6 in just two and half years, and she shares some great study tips.   She plans to use her ABE FTCqualifications to progress onto a Masters degree, then gain some corporate experience before becoming an entrepreneur.

"I think the best part about ABE is that it’s always evolving to provide better and more relevant qualifications to students. The public acknowledges that ABE graduates offer a great value proposition to potential employers, because of the wide range of competences and knowledge they acquire during their studies."

 

Kariah MedardKariah has won a Top Paper Award in Introduction to Accounting (December 2016) and provided this interview at that time.  She praises the high level of tuition provided by her college and has found ABE Business Management  fuelled her ambition to run her own business.  She is now studying for a BSc in Business Management.

"I knew that I made the right move choosing to study with ABE. From the courses that I have completed, I have been able to apply concepts and rules to my job on a daily basis..."

 

Leah ChiwaulaEducation graduate, Leah, plans to use her ABE studies to help her run her own school.

"...the best thing about studying ABE is that it equips someone with skills that adapt to any work place and  it also helps to develop a spirit of entrepreneurship."

ROBERT KAMBWEMBWEMalawi Government crestRobert works for the Malawi government as a Curator for the Museum of Malawi and holds a degree in Humanities.  He now plans to progress the highest level of qualification in the field of human resources. 

"I chose ABE for many reasons. For example, I conducted research on the examination boards that provide HRM programmes and I discovered that your diplomas were rich in terms of content and offered a good grounding for a proper career in HRM. ABE is a reputable and competitive board that offers internationally recognised qualifications that equip students with valuable skills to perform their duties effectively. "

Cathryn CarewCathryn is the Human Resources Officer for one of Guyana's most prestigious shipping companies and she's Mum to four children.  She chose ABE because it was flexible enough to combine with her busy work and family life.  

"I have learnt how to link my experience with the knowledge gained and actually have a greater appreciation for the ‘whats’ and ‘whys’ of management; a broader perspective on why certain decisions are taken by management and have grown in my knowledge base and understanding."