University of Manchester Hosting Free MBA Masterclasses in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

The strategic management masterclasses will offer a taste of the Manchester Global MBA program

This week the first of two free MBA Masterclasses will be held in the United Arab Emirates, hosted by the University of Manchester Middle East Centre.

Taking place in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the classes will be taught by a senior business faculty member who teaches on the university’s Global MBA program. The Masterclasses will be a chance for potential students to get a taste of the University of Manchester's Global MBA program.

Tomorrow, July 11, the first Masterclass on strategic management will run in Dubai at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, delivered by Professor Kevin Jagiello.

Then next Tuesday, July 18, the same class will run in Abu Dhabi.

The Masterclass will cover key concepts of business strategy including taking a strategic position and assessing the structural attractiveness of a business.

Registration is necessary and can be done online.
 


Image: Dubai Marina by Sam Gao CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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