The most prominent memory is of studying and debating statistics in the courtyard with my ‘syndicate’ group. I recall, much to my own embarrassment, having tearful meetings with my lecturer because I was convinced I would not pass the subject. Looking back now, I realise how lucky I was to have had such great teachers. I am thankful for my time spent at WBS.
Both practical and professional, the PDM is a solid and sought after Post Grad choice.
Being sculptured into a global leader!!!
For the first time in my life, in 2015, I ascended the graduation stage and I was fortunate to embrace the Vice Chancellor of Wits, Prof Habib. A Postgraduate Diploma In Management (public sector Monitoring and Evaluation ) was conferred to me on that year. I would like to thank the team for helping me…
I had arrived from Kenya at WBS on February 17th 1993 to join the full-time 1993-94 MBA class. As the first Kenyan student to enrol on this MBA program, I had been warned against going to South Africa in 1993 and had been repeatedly requested by family and friends to wait till the first democratic…
“The MBA was indeed an occasion in my life!” I remember Buzz, the resident cat, who often adopted interesting poses at the front of the lecture theater while grooming himself. Mark Addleson once commented during an Economics lecture, “Cats have no sense of occasion!” The MBA was indeed an occasion in my life!