Red & Yellow joins Honoris network

Honoris United Universities, Africa’s first and largest pan-African network of private higher education institutions, has welcomed Red & Yellow Creative School of Business into its network in South Africa, serving to enhance its provision of education in the advertising, marketing and design professions, with added focus on the digital skills and creative thinking required to thrive and to be competitive in the 21st-century world of work.

As a member institution of Honoris, Red & Yellow will complement Honoris’ employability agenda, a continent-wide strategy focusing on entrepreneurial and workplace skills and credentials.

A statement by Honoris said, “The addition of Red & Yellow further reaffirms Honoris’ position as the preeminent pan-African private higher education network focused on educating the next generation of African leaders and entrepreneurs with industry-ready 21st-century skills.

“With expertise in creative and design thinking, creative production, marketing, advertising and communications, management and leadership – as well as human skills and behavioural science – Red & Yellow has trained business leaders who have achieved remarkable career success, across the continent and internationally such as Jason Harrison and Faheem Chaudry of M&C Saatchi and Abel; Veli Ngubane, Avatar; Dorcas Onyango, Coca Cola; and Steph van Niekerk of Grey JHB, ranked as SA’s number one creative director and number one copywriter in 2019.”

The project, according to the statement, marks another milestone – and a new vertical – for Honoris in South Africa.

Following the recent addition of Nile University of Nigeria as Honoris’ entry into West Africa, Red & Yellow represents the 12th institution in the Honoris network, which now encompasses over 45,000 students across the continent.

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