Make it your Business to do an MBA at Queen’s
Queen’s University Management School is encouraging people to make it their business to do an MBA at Queen’s as they host an open evening in Londonderry.
Queen’s University Management School, which was recently confirmed as a Top 10 school in the UK for research and education, provides a part-time Executive Masters in Business Administration.
The Executive MBA programme is a two-year part-time course on the advanced study of business administration and includes among the modules: Finance, Economics, Accounting, Leadership, and New Venture Creation and Entrepreneurial Management.
The programme is designed to be non-sector specific in order to capture the richness of diverse perspectives within the participants’ group. An exciting development for the 2011 intake of the MBA programme at Queen’s University is that this cohort will for the first time be based at the new state-of-the-art £15m Queen’s University Management School – Riddel Hall, Stranmillis which opens in autumn 2011.
Professor Richard Harrison, Director of Queen’s University Management School said: "The move to Riddel Hall will provide both an expanded facility to house the growing management school and world class facilities for executive education and postgraduate education that will significantly contribute to the development of the regional economy.”
Denise Falls, Queen’s University Management School Business Development Manager said: "We are delighted to organise this MBA open evening event for the first time in the North West, and we are grateful to our local partners within Derry/Donegal regions for their support for this event. We look forward to meeting with potential MBA candidates from the area .”
The event takes place on Wednesday 22nd June from 5:45-7pm at City Hotel, Queen’s Quay, Derry. To register for the open evening online visit www.qub.ac.uk/mba