Welcome to the Graduate School of Business and Leadership

The Graduate School of Business and Leadership (GSB&L) offers its flagship programme the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, Master of Commerce in Leadership Studies degree (MCom), and the Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership and Management (PGDLM). Other programmes include the Management Development Programme (MDP) and an array of executive programmes for companies. Read more....

Announcements

KZN Top Business Awards Rewarding Success article - The Mercury


Attachment: Kwazulu-Natal Top Business Awards Rewarding Success article - The Mercury

Building Capacity article - The Mercury


Attachment: Building Capacity article - The Mercury

 Article by Prof Theuns Pelser - Financial Mail


KwaZulu Natal: Free ride is over, says new dean

Article by Prof Theuns Pelser - Financial Mail

 UKZN Extended Learning - MDP


Management Development Programme

Attachment: Management Development Programme Brochure

The GSB&L launches new cutting-edge postgraduate programmes

The Graduate School of Business & Leadership at UKZN is proud to announce the launch of two exciting postgraduate programmes, the Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management and the Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership.

   

Valued Partners - Accreditation of GSB&L Programmes 

 

Accreditation of GSB&L Programmes 

Attachment: GSBL Partners

Eight Reasons to Pursue an MBA at UKZN 


 

Eight Reasons to Pursue an MBA at UKZN

Attachment: MBA advert

Latest Journals in the GSB&L Resource Centre

 latest journals

JMS-Scholarship

Call for Proposals for the JMS-Scholarship, visit http://jms-scholarship.com.

MBAconnect.net

Visit http://mbaconnect.net, a dynamic community website for MBA ALUMNI, CURRENT STUDENTS and FACULTY from ALL business schools.

Podcast: Systemic M&E Discussion Series

Systemic M&E Discussion Series: An Interview with Shamim Bodhanya, Click here to listen to the podcast 

Latest News
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UKZN Academic s Paper Tackles Youth Unemployment
UKZN Academic s Paper Tackles Youth Unemployment
The first academic paper by development lecturer at the Graduate School of Business and Leadership (GSB&L), Ms Vuyokazi Mtembu, was published in the latest SA Journal of Human Resource Management.
GSB L hosts Regional and Local Economic Development Initiative Win...
GSB L hosts Regional and Local Economic Development Initiative Win...
The recent launch of the Graduate School of Business and Leadership’s Regional and Local Economic Development (RLED) Winter School Festival saw RLED practitioners based within key RLED institutions in provincial, district and local level in government, business and civil society and academics commit to building skills and sharing knowledge for improved RLED practice aimed at achieving economic transformation to change people’s lives.
UKZN celebrates Youth Day with fair for young folk
UKZN celebrates Youth Day with fair for young folk
The Graduate School of Business and Leadership’s Regional and Local Economic Development Initiative (GSB&L’s RLEDI), in partnership with the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (EDTEA), hosted the inaugural Science, Technology, Innovation and Development Fair on Youth Day.
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Contact Details

+27(0)31 260-7564 

GSB&L Building
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Westville Campus
University Road
Westville
3600

GPS co-ordinates
-29.817897,
30.942771

Our Goals

To pursue excellence in teaching and learning in business and leadership.

To engage in socially relevant and innovative research.

To nurture regional, national and international partnerships and collaborations.

To maintain efficient and effective student support systems and procedures.

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Memberships

                      ABBS -Association of BRICS B-Schools
 SABSA - Association of African Business Schools
     

 

 

 

 

 

            

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