Manchester Business School to host Saudi events
Dubai, March 14, 2013
Manchester Business School Middle East Centre (MBS), based in Dubai Knowledge Village, will stage a free seminar and a series of MBA Open Days across Saudi Arabia this month.
MBS supports more than 1,400 part time MBA students at the Middle East Centre, of which around 14 per cent of are resident in Saudi Arabia, said a statement.
MBS Middle East Centre is the largest and fastest growing in the international network, it said.
The MBS seminar, on March 16 from 6.30 pm to 8 pm at the Lounge Meeting Room, Radisson Blu Hotel, Riyadh, is free of charge and open to the public and will be led by senior faculty member Professor Philip Baylis, visiting Fellow at Manchester business School.
The seminar, titled ”Is a business a project? How do you create exceptional results in project managing a business?”, will introduce the ‘5project management’ (5PM) techniques that can deliver exceptional business results by becoming more competitive, increasing market share, and becoming more profitable. The techniques include how to get the best out of staff, how to get them to deliver excellence and to create added value to clients.
MBA Open Days will be held at: Riyadh – on March 16 - 11am-5pm, Library Meeting Room, Radisson Blu Hotel; Jeddah – March 17, 10am-6pm, Al Nadwa Meeting Room, Radisson Blu Hotel; Dammam – March 18, 12-7 pm, Al Saffaniyah Meeting Room, Sheraton Dammam Hotel & Towers
MBS Middle East Centre representatives will be available at each of the Open Days to meet prospective students and MBA candidates, review and assess their CVs and application profiles, and hold one-to-one counselling sessions to explore options.
MBS runs a highly successful part time Global MBA programme for more than 1,400 working professionals in the region, from its centre in Dubai Knowledge Village. The part time study option leads to the award of the internationally recognised Manchester MBA degree awarded by the University of Manchester, UK.
Randa Bessiso, Manchester Business School - director Middle East, said: “Our MBA Open Days are a great platform for us to meet prospective MBA students and we are delighted to be hosting a series of these events across Saudi Arabia. Our part time MBA students are typically mid career managers or specialists looking to switch career direction from a specialist role to management, or accelerate their management career. This route leads to the award of the same world class Manchester MBA degree awarded by the University of Manchester.”
The Manchester Business School MBA is triple accredited and ranked 29th in the world, according to the Financial Times (2013). – TradeArabia News Service
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