The French and international students of the Master in Management programme (PGE), currently in M1, will be able to choose this campus from the beginning of the 2019/2020 academic year. They will follow the "Doing Business in South Africa" module of the MSc International Business programme, which will be the first programme at this campus. From 2020, new courses in finance, marketing, management and entrepreneurship will follow.
BBA in Global Management students currently in grade 2 will have the opportunity to choose this campus for their third year. Participants of the Global Executive MBA will also be welcomed as part of the seminars.
SKEMA’s students and participants will benefit from the many facilities of the University of Stellenbosch that include a huge documentation centre, a music school, concert halls, an athletics stadium, several Olympic swimming pools and sports fields (rugby, football, tennis, hockey, cricket, squash…). Accommodation is also available for students. The university has more than 6,000 rooms for students on its campus.
As on all SKEMA campuses, the Cape Town campus will have an incubator-accelerator that will host the startups of students and graduates.
“Our 7 campuses are located in fast-growing technopoles where links with the territory allow us to contribute strongly to the development of the local ecosystem while offering our French and international students the incomparable wealth of a real global experience. This is why they are more than just international locations. They will enable our French as well as international students to explore the economic aspects and management practices of different countries and diverse ecosystems, and also incubate and accelerate their startup projects at different locations across the world. It is an absolutely unique model at the level of higher education; a model that responds to the needs of the economy and allows our graduates to have no trouble finding jobs or creating their own," said Alice Guilhon, dean of SKEMA Business School.