Study MBA from anywhere in India

Published: 17th July 2013 10:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th July 2013 10:17 AM   |  A+A-

Regenesys Business School, a leading management and leadership higher education institution based in South Africa, has launched free business education from certificate, diploma and bachelor’s degree up to MBA level in India.

Regenesys’ Free Business Education is accessible to anyone interested in higher education. The institution will make all learning material freely available online in this game-changing initiative.

The aim is to change the educational opportunities for all Indians who aspire to obtain a foreign degree, according to Marko Saravanja, chairperson, Regenesys Business School. “India is a key component of Regenesys’ global strategy. With the talent available here, we aim to deliver our programme offerings to India, as a growing key market,” Saravanja said.

“This is another step towards globalising the concept of free, high-quality, education. A person can then choose to obtain certification and do exams when they are ready – these are paid-for services.”

The free learning material is available to those who plan to advance to executive levels, entrepreneurs, school-leavers and anyone who wants access to top quality business knowledge and tools from a reputable institution. Corporates too can make this education available to their workforces at no cost.   The programme allows students from anywhere in India to study on their smartphone, tablet or PC, for free. India has had the highest number of registrations outside of Africa and the recently established Regenesys office in Mumbai will continue to support and drive registrations in this market.

Students can visit or to enrol for Regenesys Free  Business Education.

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