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African universities and UniSey keen to enhance cooperation

Experts from African universities have met to discuss the AU Agenda 2063 and blue oceans economy strategy at the University of Seychelles (UniSey). The delegation led by the deputy executive dean... Read More
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Post  Sirop14 on Wed Oct 18, 2017 4:49 pm

UniSey hires Belgian star professor to boost its growth
UniSey hires Belgian star professor to boost its growth

18-October-2017
As of October, Ralf Caers has joined the University of Seychelles at Anse Royale as a senior lecturer.Dr Caers
Dr Caers (36), PhD in Applied Economic Sciences, until recently worked as an assistant professor in Human Resource Management (HR) for the renowned Catholic University of Leuven, number 71 in the QS World University Ranking. He published over 20 articles in important scientific journals, two popular handbooks in HR (used in more than 10 institutions of higher education) and was repeatedly awarded for excellent teaching by his university.
Moreover, he appeared weekly in Belgian newspaper interviews and occasional television interviews and is the author of his own column in the most respected Belgian magazine for HR-professionals.
Having done many seminars for the business sector and working on projects with companies for years, he seems just as much a scientist as he is a business professional.
Now, he is in our country working as a senior lecturer for UniSey.
“It’s great to be back,” Dr Caers says. Having been to Seychelles in 2013 and 2016, it is now his third time in our country.
“And this time, I’m here to stay,” he says.
He makes it clear that he does not consider himself an expat but rather an immigrant willing to build a new life in Seychelles, helping the country to prosper over the next decennia.
“I joined UniSey because this country felt like a new home from the first time my wife and I came on holiday here, and I strongly believe in the university’s ability to thrive as a knowledge hub in the Indian Ocean. There are so many extraordinary people here and the past eight years have established strong foundations for the future growth of the university. I’m honored to be part of that,” says Dr Caers.
Dr Caers has a clear view on the future of UniSey, which he describes as threefold. His first aim is to teach students in the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programme.
“I think it’s highly important to teach our students the most recent techniques in HR and in management science, so that they can apply them in our local businesses when they graduate. It is also important that they learn to act based on scientific knowledge and not only assumptions or popular ideas, which will improve their careers as managers and the jobs of their subordinates. I’m not only going to teach them the science, but also the reality of today’s business and current practices, so that they are well prepared when they start to work”.
The second aim of Dr Caers’ objectives is to increase the number of research projects and academic publications.
“It is important for every university to contribute to the global academic work. It is our way of shaping the world and make it a better one, and to open up our knowledge to the rest of the world. Collaboration on research projects by UniSey professors and lecturers and internal sharing of knowledge, will make us all even better in what we do and strengthen the courses that we teach. Moreover, more scientific publications will allow the university to present itself better to the international public, attracting more high quality professors and also more international students. It can stimulate a positive spiral and help the university to grow quickly and strategically”.
All of this is fine, but what do the Seychellois get from that, besides good education?
“That is the third aim of my master plan,” explains Dr Caers. “Like I was already doing in Belgium, I will try to bring UniSey even closer to the business world and share its knowledge with the local entrepreneurs through seminars and courses for business professionals. If tax and business funds are used to have a university, it is our duty to give a lot back to society. I hereby do not aim to focus on business professionals only, but on every single Seychellois. Because if you’re employed or want to be employed in the near future, the university can teach you a lot about healthy life style, job crafting, stress reduction programmes, etc. It will also be an aim to have the UniSey lecturers and professors become more active in the public debate, providing clarification on news facts that concern the public and to help solve current issues that hamper our society. Also that way, we can be of service to the public. I hope UniSey will be a strong knowledge hub in the Indian Ocean, open for the Seychellois people and for the entire world.”

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FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
https://feb.kuleuven.be/Ralf.Caers

Ralf Caers - KU Leuven Faculty of Economics and Business
https://feb.kuleuven.be/Ralf.Caers

Notes on Contributors: Public Management Review: Vol 18, No 2
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14719037.2016.1121625?journalCode=rpxm20

As of October 2017, I'll be working as Senior Lecturer HR and Management at Unisey, University of Seychelles. My responsibilities include teaching students, conducting scientific research and helping to sustain the continuous growth of the university as a high quality knowledge hub in the Indian Ocean.
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/ralfcaers

Comment - The debacle of those mobile office in Kent, work space and Sechelles Heritage Trust  and this News. Only two days ago Mr Tall in his publication wrote that  Seychelles economy is grounding to a halt and his views why.

The world is so bloody dishonest  and the killing of that Journalist in Malta - meaning look at the National Assembly scandal  and the many years of Bogus publications by the government and officials.  That SIROP- program - out there in the big world the many Professors who have come to read and know about that SIROP program and under president  J A Michel his so call economic miracle and what was really driving those economic miracle  - the need to differentiate between theory and Practice in Economic management.

We would have like to test his steel with that SIROP program and many other High Management thematic in regard to Seychelles workings that University and the Indian Ocean.

Somebody need/must point to him the Terror incidents in  Belgium the past 3 years what was driving those issues and yet the media , police and European Union institutions he ought to start researching and studying the phenomena and write a paper on in they were/are linked to Seychelles economic/diplomatic and regional workings and Africa, Gulf Region, Asia. Or is this another Blunderbuss coming to Seychelles , crap the imbeciles and then promote that he is a super star.


We are going to use Blunderbuss English - then super MNA in St Petersburg - media issues, to this good professor - Prof Vadim ought o to inform him how and the why against the USA and Britain important wishes introduce 1000Venture.Com in Seychelles, those who judge thought we were betraying the West and all the fight to eradicate Communist and Prof Vadim concept it was driven and influenced by that SIROP synergy/dynamic - my views then and then President Mancham that had President Gorbachev had an alternative economic model for Russia and the COMECON, the world economic functionally would have been very different - what drove the Russian and friends to start the BRICS first meeting and events today.
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Post  Sirop14 on Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:08 pm

There are those high officials in Europe reading our Forums, Blog and Facebook issues and the reaction - hence decided to repost this topic. There is no need to repeat the long history of abuses of our Community and exile workings in Europe by Seychelles government and Politicians. Its effective workings and linking issues in Seychelles the past 25 years. The dishonesty of our National Assembly - they comport worse than cheap little prostitute you can meet and deal with on all corners of Europe streets. Anybody or Group of person over such a long period of consistent and persistent abuse, thieving and pillage and the long list how they would comport and react. Yet the world still function and we have to do battle every day and hour. Seychelles government have always lied and been very dishonest - they are not about to change and all those involve. We refer to Mr G Tall two media blog of the economic situation in the country. Mr Christopher Gill past articles when he took the time to address the situation. "Given certain events in Bruxelles surrounding the Britexit talk, those high officials questioning why having stated so many time our capacity to contribute and impute in major EU thematic and past major EU Britain politic - why are we not able to do anything currently" Our thoughts reverted to the development and issues of Rouen the past 4 years of which Sir James Mancham knew was aware of a good deal - how he would retort and tel former President FA Rene Off in instance when he go on his high horse with my person and vice Versa. The abuses we have mentioned above. He is no longer around to work our issues with the High European officials and we have to roll our sleeves and get on the best we can . We all knew this situation was coming. The many of you supposedly educated/knowledgeable well aware of the EU Indian Ocean workings - their meetings and press release. The Heads of EU and the European Heads of State monitor /watch those issues too. Hence they know very well the capacity of our government and those from Seychelles who can impute into any regional , European or world workings or Britain or France. The situation/crises - we had expected and trusted the National Assembly would do their work. We have to go with the view that we have been working and addressing those issues since 1993 and the many National Assembly changes/forced changes as results. We we now replying in public to those EU Officials, beside Pardiwalla,Towmey, Lablach which serious law firm can we turn to to get them to address a Minister, NGO, Individual or Group none. Which MNA, Individual or Firm of chartered accountant can we write/contact to get them to follow up - which banking institutions - yet the lying garbage that come out of Seychelles their benchmark - media. We indeed have the capacity to influence important aspects of the Britexit negotiation and future of Europe and Britain relation. One would have thought this would be in the best interests of Seychelles if they took the time to listen and respond positively - the EU would come back with the measured thank you meaning economic support - unfortunately this is not the way they think in Seychelles they know and think only how to rob , defraud and lie. . We now revert why the person of the supposedly charismatic Belgium professor for KU Lucern. Forget the old Opus Die issues - our remark there is more to what he has written why he is in Seychelles, events in Bruxels /EU the past 5 years, in particularly the many Bombing incidents and those Islam Groups who read and follow our communication and their unwritten impute. Those high person form UAE, Quatar, Saudi etc. Their respective interests in Seychelles in the first place. We know that if we approach the Emir of Dubai or the Saudi investor in Seychelles to become engage in the thematic to use our capacity to drive the Briteixt and Europe they would be delighted - this is not the logic and proper approach. The lies that President JA Michel have spread regarding the UniSey is massive President Donald Trump would say and that goes for the Guy Morel Institute since he took office. Those individual he has put into place to run them. We believe prof Cares is the best person in Seychelles and we stress to the European high Officials who can act/function as bridge and liaising with the European Union, Seychelles government and our respective interests in Europe. How many remember the strange/death of King Baudoin several years back what the issues and and why - those who remember and do not forget. Because on account of the EU position, our Belgium connection - the Illuminati debacles and what ensued. We address President Danny Faure, President t J A Michel and President FA Rene - the situation and state of then SENPA and the President FA Rene government - my person and ability to drive and synergize the economic issues and the announcement that a Belge person would Head SENPA and for several years. one of those 95 ,000 human in that Seychelles ought to point.explain that good professor. We will be writing to him explaining what we want of him copy to Bruxelles, the Belge government his former University and a number of you in Seychelles -

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UniSey graduation - 64 get their degrees

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:33 pm

UniSey graduation - 64 get their degrees

17-November-2017

A group of 64 under and post-graduate students from the University of Seychelles (UniSey) for the year 2017 graduated yesterday afternoon.
It was the vice-chancellor of UniSey, Professor Denis Hardy, who presented the students with their degree and masters certificates in a ceremony held at the university’s auditorium at Anse Royale.
Present were the chancellor of UniSey, former President of the Republic of Seychelles, James Michel; the Minister for Education and Human Resource Development, Joel Morgan; the Commissioner of Police Kishnan Labonte; members of the diplomatic corps; UniSey council members; registrar; principal secretaries; parents; among other invitees.
The ceremony, which kicked off with a blessing by Reverend Christine Benoit, was also punctuated by musical intervals by the National Choir.
Six students excelled as best performers in their respective field of study and they were rewarded for their achievements. They are Gibran Rizvi (Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Systems), Ketlynn Marie (Bachelor of Law), Thessia Kilindo (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with International Business), Keith Mondon (Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance), Sabina Henriette (Association of Chartered Certified Accountant - ACCA Affiliate) and Doreen Zelia (Master of Public Administration).
Rizvi, Kilindo and Mondon also received a masters scholarship sponsored by the government of Seychelles through the Agency for National Human Resource Development (ANHRD).
This year UniSey has introduced a new faculty dean award. The Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Development award went to Gibran Rizvi, the Dean of the Faculty for Business and Sustainable Development award went to Keith Mondon while Marie-André Sally won the Dean of the Faculty for Business and Professional Development award.
During the ceremony three entrepreneurs were honoured for their profound contributions towards education and enterprises to the improvement of the quality of life of our nation. Construction businessman Vijay Patel, sales businessman Basil Soundy and pharmacist Behramsha Udwedia were honoured with UniSey’s Doctorate Honorary Award. It was the chairperson of UniSey Council Margaret Pillay who honoured the three businessmen.
Prof. Hardy said that UniSey had gone a long way and achieved a lot since its conception in 2007 with the first batch of students entering the university in 2009.
He said that the university has worked very hard so that certificates obtained from the university has valued reputation.
He noted that the university is now firstly a symbolic institution in the Seychelles and is living up to the expectations of the people.
“The second function of the university is to drive forward the economy and to help the society to reach new levels. It has always been our priority to provide the skills so that the economy becomes a knowledge based economy,” he said.
He said that UniSey is part of the community and is learning a lot from the society.
He praised the graduates for the efforts they have put in to achieve their goals and he stated it was not so easy for those who had to study while still at work.
“I think we have come a long way. We have passed a number of landmarks. We wouldn’t have been able to do this on our own without the help of many people,” he said as the thanked the chancellor and all who have contributed to those achievements.
Prof. Hardy also shared his dream on how UniSey has to look by the year 2030 starting with the turning of the existing site to a new high tech university with accommodation for 2000 local and foreign students thus attaining the vision of being the hub for learning in the Indian Ocean.
Best performer in Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance and also the Dean of Faculty for Business and Sustainable Development awardee, Keith Mondon, who will also be seeking for a further diploma to develop in his investment operation career, said: “After three years of hard work, I am very proud of my achievement and I am very happy that my family is with me to share my happiness.”
Doreen Zelia, best performer in Master of Public Administration and who works with the Agency for the Prevention of Drugs and Alcohol Abuse in the President’s Office, said: “It’s been two tough difficult years since 2015. I had to stay focused, with lots of sacrifices, waking up early in the morning to study and with work plus home commitments, it played down on me and I am very happy with my achievement.”

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