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YKBS was founded in 2002 as a private tertiary education institution, specialized in providing supported distance education at undergraduate and post-graduate levels in the fields of Business, Administration and Management.
We aim to be recognised as a premier higher education institution that is committed to quality education in a caring environment. YKBS will deliver transformational education and research by nurturing expectations and creating opportunities for people, nationally, regionally and globally.
We endeavour to create a life-changing educational experience through quality, research and education to individuals and society. YKBS seeks to contribute to the changing education demands of Mauritius and neighbouring countries through learning programs responsive to the needs of students, the Government and the private sector.
YKBS provides qualifications to prepare students for a future filled with many challenging and exciting opportunities. We offer a wide range of Higher Certificate, Bachelor, Postgraduate Diploma and Master degree in Mauritius. All the programmes are accredited by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and are awarded by MANCOSA or REGENT Business School
Why choose YKBS?
We endeavour to respond to the changing education demands of both public and private sectors in dynamic economies through the provision of innovative education.
Through our partnerships, we have established truly world-class programmes which are all internationally benchmarked.
Our programmes creates a theoretical understanding which serves as a catalyst to develop a solid practical understanding.
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