School offers intro to executive MBA
Dubai, July 15, 2009
London Business School, one of the world’s leading business schools, will host an information session about its executive MBA programme for potential students in Dubai.
The session set to be held today (July 15) at The Monarch Hotel will be hosted by Dr Kevin Dunseath, director, Dubai Centre. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with existing students and to hear about their experiences on the programme.
London Business School, ranked number one in the world for both full-time and executive MBA programmes, launched its inaugural executive MBA programme in Dubai in September 2007 – the first time it had set up one of its own branded degree programmes overseas.
Located over campuses in two of the world’s most dynamic cities – London and Dubai – this programme is designed to transform globally-oriented, career-focused and highly motivated executives into influential business men and women.
“London Business School’s Executive MBA programme in Dubai has been a huge success since its launch in 2007 and we have no doubt this success will continue,” said Dr Dunseath. “Now, more than ever, people are realising the importance of accelerating their careers through further study.”
“Our programme gives ambitious and committed business men and women from around the world the opportunity to enhance their professional experience with the latest insights and expertise in business practice and research,” he added.
Taught over 17-20 months across Dubai and London, the dual campus executive MBA is an intense period of study focusing on personal and professional development, and leads to the London Business School MBA degree qualification.
Ten of the 11 core courses are taught at the Dubai International Financial Centre, and elective courses are primarily taught at London Business School’s central London campus.
The programme, taught exclusively by London Business School’s own faculty, gives students an understanding of all areas of business and management. – TradeArabia News Service