On 22 November 2014, 15 students from the African continent graduated with the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Customs Management at a Graduation Ceremony held in Arusha, Tanzania at the East and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI). This is the third group from the region to graduate with a specialised MBA in Customs Management.
The MBA in Customs Management is a course offered through collaboration with the Centre for Customs & Excise Studies (CCES) and ESAMI. The MBA in Customs Management includes the subjects of Customs Management Theory & Practice, Regulatory Compliance Management, International Customs Law and Customs Reform and Modernization. Following completion of these subjects, students are then required to engage in a Customs Research Project. This year students were engaged in a wide range of topics in Customs & Border Management and presented their Research Projects at the ESAMI Centres in their respective countries; Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
“I feel proud to be a holder of the Master of Business Administration (Customs Management) degree, a wholesome program which has transformed my thinking and I am sure the course will do for other global traders and administrators.” - Fanuel Kasiroori
CCES Congratulates the Graduating Class of Intake #27:
Zacharia Ernest, Kisitu Asadu Kigozi, Robert N. Nyoni, Christine Awino Oyugi, Suleiman Abdalla Said, Tobias Chaparadza, Silvia Chauke, Martin Ngonidzashe Gundani, Fanuel Kasiroori, Valeria Madubeko, Juliet Matare, Rose Mosha, Veronica Jesina Musanhu, Lonto Ndlovu and Josephine Hamunyare Uta.