“As an educational platform, eLearnAfrica offers opportunities to African students at every stage of higher education and career development, with courses from the world’s best universities, including full degrees, vocational training, and industry-standard professional certifications, said CEO of eLearnAfrica, Brook Negussie.
By Matthew Alexander (Ventureburn) |
Starting your own business with zero experience or knowledge can be difficult. Fortunately, online education platform eLearnAfrica has announced its new marketplace for online education, which includes several SME-related courses.
The SME courses offered through eLearnAfrica, range from customer service skills from itSM Mentor or a course on starting your business through the University of Leeds.
Students across Africa can enroll in these online courses to obtain degrees as well as professional certifications in their pursuit of more SME knowledge.
eLearnAfrica aren’t doing it by themselves, however, together with edX and FutureLearn, are providing a wide range of other courses to a predominantly African audience. The non-profit edX, founded by Harvard University and MIT, makes courses available from top-ranked business school Wharton University as well as University of California, Berkley University and many others.
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