Manchester Business School invites the public for a business school experience in Dubai

MBS to host series of four free Masterclasses in Dubai, in September

Manchester Business School is offering a taste of business school and a Masterclass experience in Dubai in September, with each of four sessions offered to the public free of charge (prior registration required). Each Masterclass will focus on a different subject linked to the world of business and will be led by a leading academic thinker, consultant or business leader in the field. The MBS Masterclass series is being organised to coincide with the school’s MBA student workshops in Dubai and to mark the 10th anniversary of the MBS Middle East Centre, which opened in Dubai Knowledge Park in 2006.

The Manchester Business School Masterclass series:

Quantitative Easing Policies of Central Banks:
Impact on Global Business 

Date: Monday, 19th September, 2016

Time:  19:00 to 21:00

Location:

Room Al Ain D, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE

Speaker: Professor Ismail Erturk

Big Data, Patterns and Predictions

Date: Tuesday, 20th September, 2016

Time:  19:00 to 21:00

Location: Room Al Ain A, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE

Speaker: Professor Patrick McNutt

Managing risks: Financing major projects in the Middle East

Date: Saturday, 24th September, 2016

Time:  19:00 to 21:00

Location: G29, Conference Centre, Dubai Knowledge Park, Dubai, UAE

Speaker: Professor Anthony Merna

Negotiation Skills: Just how important are they?

Date: Saturday, 24th September, 2016

Time:  19:00 to 21:00

Location: Hall 4, Conference Centre, Dubai Knowledge Park, Dubai, UAE

Speaker: Professor Malcolm Smith

To enquire or register email: events@mbs-worldwide.ae

Randa Bessiso, Director – Middle East, Manchester Business School, comments: “During our 10 years in Dubai, we have done more than just teach and have worked to ensure that we create broad public access to our top faculty and thought leaders through programmes such as the Masterclass series. These leading academics and practitioners also teach on the MBS part-time MBA programme and they always commit to making the time to sharing their knowledge with the local business community in the region.”

Manchester Business School (MBS) is the UK’s first and largest campus-based business and management school and is ranked 38th in the world (Financial Times 2016). MBS has six global centres in the UK, UAE, China, Brazil, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The MBS Middle East Centre opened in October 2006 and provides the Global part-time MBA programme which offers accelerated pathways to students with accountancy professional qualifications or more than eight years of managerial experience. Today, the centre supports more than 2,000 part-time MBA students – all experienced working professionals – across the Middle East, and a regional group of around 2,500 alumni.

About Manchester Business School

Manchester Business School (MBS) is the UK’s first and largest campus-based business and management school and is ranked 38th in the world (Financial Times 2016).

It has six global centres in the UK, UAE, China, Brazil, Hong Kong and Singapore and its prominent alumni include Sir Terry Leahy, former chief executive of Tesco; Sir David Varney, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and Andy Duncan, chief executive of Camelot.

MBS programmes include:

Full-time MBA and Global part-time MBA

Tailored executive business education for clients such as Tesco, BP and JCB

Specialist Masters

Doctoral (PhD) programme

  • Undergraduate

MBS is also one of the UK’s leading centres for business research – according to the government’s most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.

www.mbs.ac.uk

 

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