Strathmore Business School is part of Strathmore University. It was founded in 2005 after a memorandum of understanding between Strathmore University and IESE business school.
George Njenga was the first founding dean of Strathmore Business School (SBS).
Since 2005 SBS has developed programs including the MBA academic program, executive education programs in partnership with IESE, executive management programs for all levels of business leadership, executive training for health care management together with governments and non-governmental organizations and most particularly it has already help two programs for women in leadership in East Africa.
SBS reaches out to business leaders in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Sudan, and South Africa.
SBS is part of the Global Business Schools Network (GBSN) and a founding member of the African Association of Business School (AABS - www.aabschools.com
SBS started small with and has grown to become a recognized brand name in the Kenyan business world. It is currently involved in seeking funding for its new ultramodern buildings whose architectural concept has made it the first ’Green Business School’ in Africa and one of the first in the world.
Within the new buildings a floor of about 500 sq meters has been set up for business incubation projects.
Refer to www.stratehmore.edu
for more information regarding Advisory Board etc.