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Membership survey infographicFind out what ABE new members think about their ABE journey with this infographic from our latest survey.

Fatima studyingIf you’re new to assignments, to help you get a clear idea of what the steps are, here is a brief overview of the ABE process.

Web design imageLaunching a new website is a major undertaking which has many pitfalls and the potential to go horribly wrong so, if this task has fallen to you, here’s a step-by-step guide to help you make the most of the opportunity and avoid costly mistakes.

Soft skills are essential competencies that employers look for, and job seekers must possess.

This quiz will give you an idea of your inventory of skills and help you identify your weaknesses so you can focus on improving these areas.

 

Good communication and people skills are key in helping us to get our point across. This can sometimes be difficult over email as it is harder to control how your message may be perceived. Here are some important email etiquette do's and don'ts to help you make a good impression.

June assessment factsIf you're worried that, because ABE has rigorous academic standards, it's too difficult - here are some facts to inspire you from the June 2018 session.

In answer to this question Rob May, ABE’s Chief Executive, shares his diary for a week

We have previously shared some tips about how to make the most of your CV or resume in an issue of our Student Focus magazine. Following on, Linda Wilkin, shares her tips for the next stage, the interview

Taking on a business leadership role is both exciting and challenging. One of the most thrilling executive experiences is seeing a business idea take-off. Whether your objective is start-up, growth, recovery or mergers and acquisitions, you’ll need a compelling plan to reach your goals. Rob May, CEO at ABE, gives you his top ten tips on creating and delivering a successful corporate strategy.

Karungari KahendePR Practitioner, Caroline, chose to study ABE because she recognised high quality management skills are vital to her career progression.

"The ABE management course allows me to understand management from a business context, which I can then apply in my daily tasks."

Zhong DanlingZhong chose ABE because it offered a professional qualification and would develop her English language skills.  She plans to continue her academic path overseas.

"I think the best thing is that the ABE learning method makes it easier for us to get a degree and saves a lot of time."

Austin MbetaAustin has always dreamed of working in marketing and hopes to gain some corporate experience before opening his own agency.  

"Studying long hours is not always a key to understanding something but showing an interest and commitment is."