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Collins Kimaro

Student story

Collins Kimaro

Master in Management

Class of 2019


Having recently launched a social enterprise in Tanzania, the Inclusive and Social Business Certificate has been a great learning experience so far! It has provided research-based insights and practical frameworks to help analyse and structure our ideas to ensure we deliver impact that is measurable and sustainable as well as being inclusive of the beneficiaries in the process. It has also been enriching on a personal level with a class of over 25 nationalities sharing our different experiences and the immersion with an association in France has broadened my network and understanding of social issues around the world. I particularly enjoy working on our group-projects which is developing our interpersonal and communication skills.