The business program involves 3 components - Business simulations, Business fundamentals and Business projects.
Business simulations – Understanding business processes in a hands-on, accessible way, using Business Today simulation games. Basic business concepts, entrepreneurship, life choices and investing are some of the topics covered by the simulations.
Business fundamentals - Some basic fundamentals are taught, enabling students to conceptualize and plan a business undertaking.
Business projects – entrepreneurship training will develop the skill of recognizing opportunity, assessing the risk, setting up, organizing and managing commercial enterprises. Within the Kaba framework, students will have the opportunity to plan and set-up tangible enterprises.
Specialization through the projects – project work allows for development of a higher degree of skill and knowledge in the areas of particular interest to the student, while still benefiting from exposure to - and training in - a broad range of activities.
Leadership and Teamwork - The business projects are carried out in teams where there is opportunity to develop teamwork and leadership skills, in realistic and competitive situations, where each team vies for success against the other teams. Teams are required to present their plans giving students invaluable experience in preparation and delivery of their plans to an audience. The environment is competitive and yet positive, inviting constructive criticism.