As a result of the pandemic, unemployment rates in the USA have risen to 14.7%. More than 40 million people have claimed unemployment benefits after losing their jobs. The situation is quite difficult in most OECD countries too. The Covid-19 global public health crisis is creating severe challenges in the workplace.
When Peter Silwimba started his degree programme with Unicaf he expected it to improve his life. However, he didn’t expect it to include life changes on a multitude of levels. At the Unicaf Cape Town Conference 2019, he stood tall and proud, sharing his study and life experience with us.
When investing, the return on investment is of high priority. This also applies to qualitative engagements in our lives like training, exercise, meditation, therapy and such. Therefore, you will most likely ask yourself, ‘Will my income increase after getting a master’s degree?” You are not alone. Many ask themselves the same question for any post-graduate programmes. In fact, most people enrol in postgraduate programmes with the goal of ultimately impacting their income.
Most people put off getting quality higher education because of the associated costs and time required to attain an MBA. This doesn’t have to be the case. Prospective students just need to approach the right institution and know the right process to follow in order to ensure that they land the scholarship to pursue their dreams with little worry in regards to MBA fees. An MBA scholarship can provide this solution and UNICAF is a good example of just how easy getting your MBA can be.