London Business School info session in Bahrain
Manama, November 8, 2010
London Business School, one of the world’s leading global business schools, will host an information session for potential students in Bahrain tomorrow (November 9).
The session will provide an introduction to the school’s Executive MBA programme.
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with existing students and to hear about their experiences on the programme.
The information session will be hosted by Rahul Dhadphale, regional director Middle East, and Naufel Vilcassim, professor of marketing, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, professor of innovation and faculty director, Dubai, who will deliver a taster lecture on Marketing for those in attendance.
The session will be held at The Ritz Carlton Hotel from Run from 6.30pm-8.30pm.
The London Business School’s full-time MBA programme is ranked number one in the world in the Financial Times´ annual survey and first in the Financial Times´ ranking of European Business Schools´ MBA. The school 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, a statement said.
Recently, the London and Dubai streams of London Business School’s Executive MBA (EMBA) programme joined together for the first time to deliver a truly international programme experience.
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, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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