Teesside University Business School in the UK Launches MBA Program

All student will undertake international study in cities like Dubai, Singapore and Shanghai, with the first cohort set to begin in January 2018

Teesside University in the north-east of England is launching a brand new MBA program, set to begin in January 2018.

The program will include a compulsory international study component, allowing students to undertake study in cities like Dubai, Singapore or Shanghai as part of the program.

Students can undertake the program in either a full-time or flexible format, allowing them to keep up with other commitments.

The MBA program launch is part of a wider range of new initiatives for the school, off the back of a large round of investment that will fund a 21 million GBP new home for the business school.


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Duncan    |    Dec 12, 2017 14:45
Rather amusing that they say they have been inspired by Babson (http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/business/business-news/teesside-university-launches-leadership-degree-14011755), considering the Teeside MBA's lack of international accreditation and the very modest core curriculum [little finance, for example].
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