The Da Vinci Institute Application Form 2019-2020
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management is a School of Management contributing towards socio-economic development and transformation. The Institute’s purpose is to cultivate managerial leaders through the core principles of business driven action learning by offering students a personalised journey of self-discovery and co-creation.
The Institute was established in 2004 as a result of a decision by Warwick University to exit the education landscape in South Africa because of the then revised regulatory requirements for overseas universities in the country. With the support of Nelson Mandela and Dr Ben Ngubane, the Marcus family decided to continue with the work started by Warwick and as a result established what is now well known as The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management.
The Institute was provisionally registered with the Department of Higher Education in 2004. The first Chief Executive Officer, Professor Bennie Anderson, joined The Institute during 2005. Under his leadership The Institute received full registration and accreditation status from the Department of Higher Education and Training and the Council on Higher Education during 2006. The first Institutional Audit was conducted during 2006 by the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC).
The Da Vinci Institute Courses Offered
The Da Vinci Institute’s academic offerings include customised executive and short learning programmes, a Higher Certificate, Diploma, Bachelors degree, Master’s degree and a Doctoral degree. Many of our programmes are registered as learnerships.
The Doctor of Management in Technology and Innovation provides a highly individualised learning environment within which students redirect existing thinking frameworks (theory) and undertake research at the most advanced academic level, solving a meaningful business problem through advanced research that culminates in the development of new knowledge presented in a thesis. This programme is aimed at those in senior leadership and executive positions.
The Master of Management in Technology and Innovation is based both on modular work and a dissertation. Candidates are expected to utilise their newly acquired knowledge and skills related to Business Management and Business Leadership as reflected within the Management of Technology, Innovation, People and Systemic Thinking frameworks.
Once we have received your Application Form and all the required documents, your application will be screened at the next Selection Committee meeting. You will be contacted via email within 14 days after the committee has made a recommendation in this regard.
Please note: Application documents will only be screened once all documents are in order as stated above.
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