Dubai Knowledge Village becomes a regional ‘MBA hub’

Published March 14th, 2010 - 07:45 GMT

When you are studying for an MBA, there is
no substitute for face to face contact with your professors and peers;
Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV) has become a regional hub for MBA students
in March, as Manchester Business School Worldwide (MBSW - with its
Middle East International Executive Centre in DKV) brings together
several hundred MBA students from the Middle East and other MBSW
international executive centres. Leading faculty from the business
school will deliver 21 MBA programme modules from ‘leadership’ to ‘HR
management’ and ‘ethics, governance and competition policy’ to ‘managing
construction firms’, as well as free public seminars. The MBA workshops
run from March 6th to March 22nd.
 
Close to 500 MBA students from across the Middle East – all post
experience, mature working professionals in middle to senior management
positions - will descend on Dubai Knowledge Village for the ultimate
challenge of testing their knowledge and progress against peers and
visiting faculty – eminent academics and distinguished thought leaders
in their fields, and many of whom are active business consultants - from
the UK.

MBS Worldwide, through the Middle East International Executive Centre in
Dubai, coordinates more than 700 MBA students in the region (around 50
per cent of whom are resident on the UAE). The workshops allow students
to meet with the school’s visiting faculty, who will lead sessions
covering a range of MBA programme modules.


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