e-TQM College opens Spring 2009 admission
Dubai, January 5, 2009
e-TQM College, the first e-learning institution in the UAE and the region, is currently accepting applications for their 2009 Spring Academic Programmes.
'All the academic programmes offered by e-TQM College are accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the UAE. The college offers a wide range of Academic programs including: BA in Business and Quality Management; Msc in Organizational Excellence; Msc in Public Health: Excellence in Health Care Management and Masters of Science in innovation and change management,' said assistant vice-president for academic affairs at e-TQM College Dr Narimane Hadj Hamou.
e-TQM College is hosting four ‘Open Days’ during January. These are designed to bring together faculty members and prospective students of e-TQM College. The Open Days will take place every Saturday during January, starting on January 10, and continuing on the January 17, 24 and 31, said a college offciial.
The Open Days will provide all those interested in studying at e-TQM College with the opportunity to learn more about the programmes on offer, as well as answering any questions or queries about e-TQM College.
“e-TQM College believes in the principle of lifelong learning, and our aim is to provide the best techniques and research systems for both our undergraduates and graduates. We want to empower our student body to take responsibility for their own learning, and at e-TQM College we are determined to create the best learning environment in the region,' said Dr Hadj Hamou. – TradeArabia News Service
More Education, HR & Training Stories
- SABB launches graduates programme
- DIAC ties up with business contest
- Australian open university in ME tie-up
- California ‘top destination for UAE students’
- Deloitte launches university for Europe, MEA
- Masdar joins Royal Society of Chemistry
- 77pc of Bahrain workforce 'are expats'
- Tawdheef to snap up Emirati talent
- Bayt.com launches new people search tool
- EF partners with Saudi education ministry