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Gertrude OpareGetrude chose ABE because of its international recognition and practical courses.  She plans to use her qualification to open her own business.

"Employers recognise ABE as a well-qualified programme which is an advantage for candidates applying for a position."

Frida GomaniAdministrative assistant, Frida, plans to forge a career in senior management before setting up her own business.

"I have had the most amazing tutors, they really played a very big role in my learning  experience  and contributed to my rewarding examination results."


Fabeha KhanFabeha plans to gain an MBA before becoming a professional Chartered Financial Analysis and pursuing a career in business leadership.

"ABE looked promising from where I was standing last year, and it hasn't  proven me wrong."

Clifton MoffatClifton shares some great tips for study success.  He plans to progress as far as possible academically and then become an ABE lecturer.  

"I thought I would face challenges but at the same time gain vast experience in researching and studying hard in order to achieve the best outcomes."

Carolyn Dawkins.Licensed cosmetologist, Carolyn, reluctantly had to give up study after high school.  She found ABE offered her a solution that she could fit round her busy job and voluntary work.

"I am beyond proud that I was able to do well in this exam after making so many sacrifices."

Amit RajnarineAir traffic controller, Chandraban, was initially a teacher.  He is now pursuing his ABE qualifications and likes that he can fit his studies into his busy work schedule.  Long term, he plans to complete an MBA and pursue a high-level career in the aviation industry.

"Employers are encouraging staff members to qualify themselves and recommending ABE as a reliable tertiary education provider."

Onneile ChalashikaOnneile chose ABE to help her achieve her long-term goal of owning an affordable five star hotel.

"Most people value ABE highly and believe that it offers quality education standards.  You know that you are getting value for your money."

Darshini DeodatDarshini decided to study ABE to help her in a new high pressure role. 

"Studying ABE has enabled me to think outside the box and apply all I have learned to my interactions with colleagues and customers."

Congratulations, you’ve made a good enough impression on the hiring manager and just secured your dream job. The hard work does not stop there though – it’s just as important to make a good impression once you start role. Always remember; the first week of a new job is crucial in setting the tone for the rest of your time there.

Here are our top 5 useful tips to help you make a great first impression in your new job:

Festus, a proactive family man from Nigeria,  has a natural creative flair, and  has always been drawn to the dynamic nature of the business world. He was quick to recognise the importance of  furthering his business knowledge, to strengthen his skillset and excel in a working environment. 

 He gives us an insight into how studying an ABE Marketing Management qualification has changed his life for the better...

 “Admittedly my skills needed to be polished. Studying  an ABE qualification has positively impacted my ability to deliver within my job and has also contributed to a promotion”

Man struggling to remember somethingThis piece was written by Jackie Edwards; a freelance writer, with a vast amount of experience in further education teaching. Her passion for inspiring students to develop a love for learning is evident in her writing, as she shares her tips on how you can further your business career by improving your memory.

Anuradha SungleePayroll Specialist and journalism graduate, Anuradha, has found her ABE course has added to her work skills and hopes to eventually become her own boss.

"I use the acquired skills and knowledge from my ABE course in my current post and find opportunities of relating work to my qualification.  ABE does not simply create  bookish students but rather it helps a student to tackle situations logically and creatively."