Posts from ABE, our students, alumni and friends - enjoy the read
We all get stressed from time to time but it's important not to let it affect your performance. For those sitting exams here are some stress beating tips.
Based around our Business Start-up qualification, this is a guide to the basic steps you need to go through before you launch a new business venture.
Having a qualification that develops great business skills will get you on the career ladder but, to get to the next level, you need to display the attributes that managers value. ABE's head of marketing, Linda Wilkin, describes how you can go about this.
"Studying ABE courses had contributed a lot to my career progression as it opened ways for me to explore the dynamism in the changing global business environment. It has contributed a lot to my experience in life as most of the things I learnt in the classroom are now being used practically by me."
Olushola has his own business and a career he loves in Nigeria. He tells how it all started with his ABE course in London.
Fifteen year old Magnus, had a week's work experience at ABE. He shares his story ....
Tanzania's area manager, Zaituni Ituja, describes the alumni networking cocktail evening, which saw ABE centres, students, the regulatory authority, the exam centre provider, HR professionals, the media and other interested parties at the Best Western Coral Beach, a hotel set by the ocean just out of the busy city centre.
Vanda Dolby works as an assistant accountant at ABE's London head office and was given the opportunity to attend the ABE graduation ceremony in Malawi. Here she talks about the people she met and how they have given her a different perspective on her work.
ABE's international marketing director, Kate Winter, reflects on a wonderful celebration of achievement at the Cameroon Graduation Ceremony.
After a day and night to remember, Managing Director of ABE Africa, Bradley Wade, describes the ABE graduation ceremony in Mauritius.
Civil Engineering graduate, Mohamed, was building a strong career in engineering but realised as he progressed to more senior positions he needed business training. He chose to study ABE in the UK and this gave him the skills to launch his own successful engineering business. He has never looked back.
ABE intern, Francesca Visioni, who is studying for a Masters has suffered setbacks her time as a student. She shares her tips for turning disappointment into a positive experience.
Have you ever considered working overseas on an internship? Francesca Visioni from Italy, who is working on an internship in the ABE marketing department describes her thoughts and feelings.