The official language is English. French is commonly spoken and used in daily communication. The local dialect is Creole and quite easy to learn.
The currency used in the island is the Mauritian Rupee (MUR)
Mauritius enjoys a mild tropical maritime climate throughout the year. The country has two seasons: a warm and humid summer extending from November to April and a relatively cool dry winter from June to September. The month of October and May are commonly known as the transition months.
Mean summer temperature is 24.7 degrees Celsius and mean winter temperature is 20.4 degrees Celsius. The temperature difference between the season is only 4.3 degrees Celsius.
The warmest months are January and February with average day maximum temperature reaching 29.2 degrees Celsius and the coolest months are July and August when average night minimum temperatures drops down to 16.4 degrees Celsius.
Cost of living
Living in Mauritius is affordable – Depending on the life style and basic choices made, a student can pay for accommodation, transport and food with a monthly budget of USD 300 to USD 350
A safe environment in a politically and economically stable island – Law and order prevails with an uncommon respect for human rights
Stephen Business School proposes w wide rage of accommodation options depending on the budget of the students. All proposed accommodations strictly respect the criteria of hygiene and security
Religion plays an important roles in a daily Mauritian life for it forms each and everyone one’s spirituality and strength; a great factor in uniting the country and the people as well. Moreover, the country’s various religions have also been celebrated in the islands cultural events, churches, temples, and mosques. The inhabitants of the country are varied; religions of each also differ. The people have valued religion, respecting one another for the diverse beliefs each person possesses the religions of Mauritius are Hinduism (52%), Roman Catholicism (31%), Islam (16%) and Buddhism (1%)
Eligible students wishing to work can make a request for part time jobs (20hours per week) through the school which will then liaise with the responsible authorities
Office Hours (Monday to Friday) 8:30 a.m. to 17:30 p.m. (Saturday) 8:30 a.m. to 16:30 p.m.
44 Palma Road La Louise, Quatre Bornes,Republic of Mauritius