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MBA (All Pathways)

MBA (All Pathways)

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Start
January, September
Duration
1 year full time 2 years part time
Attendance
Full Time Part Time
Fees (Total)
107,600
September 2020
Year 1 - 53,800 Year 2 - 53,800 (Part Time)

Designed for business professionals who are serious about advancing their careers, the Middlesex MBA prepares students for leadership and transformative roles in business.

The MBA is designed to prepare you for the challenges of management within a complex international context. Supported by our world class faculty from top international businesses with a wealth of academic and practical experience, you will develop your understanding of the core disciplines that contribute to the study of management.

Pathway Options

  • MBA (General)
  • MBA (Business Excellence)*
  • MBA (Finance)
  • MBA (Marketing)
  • MBA (Operations and Supply Chain Management)
  • MBA (Business Analytics)
  • MBA (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
  • MBA (Islamic Economy)*
  • MBA (Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility)*
  • MBA (Healthcare Management)
  • MBA (Project Management)

*Please note that the following pathways are only available on a part-time basis for the September 2020 intake: Business Excellence, Islamic Economy and Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility.

Fundamental to our approach is a focus on both theory and practice. In class you will engage in a variety of learning activities including lectures, workshops, and talks from visiting speakers. You will have the opportunity to gain practical experience through our well-established International MBA experience, and a range of professional development opportunities that will equip you with the leadership, interpersonal, and cross-cultural skills to progress your career. The culmination of your MBA will be a major practice-based project that you can adapt to your own passion and career aspirations by selecting between a consultancy, entrepreneurial, or applied research option.

Accredited by CIMA

  • Our MBA is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Graduates of the MBA will receive eleven exemptions from their professional CIMA exams and can begin from the ‘Management Case Study’ exam. Upon passing this exam, graduates will be awarded with the Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting (CIMA Adv Dip MA) – a professional qualification recognised across the globe.

Why Study the Middlesex MBA?

  • Internationally recognised UK degree, studied in the dynamic and exciting city of Dubai
  • A multi-cultural student cohort that work in a range of industries and businesses
  • Outstanding faculty with academic, management and entrepreneurial knowledge
  • Benefit from learning from invited faculty from leading international businesses
  • Professional Development programme of applied learning experience and skill development workshops outside of the classroom
  • Gain international experience through the MBA International Field Trip. Past trips have included: Paris, Milan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Madrid
  • Opportunities for networking, industry engagement and professional development

The MBA has six taught modules each worth 20 credits, in addition to and followed by a 60 credit project. Four of the taught 20 credit modules are core and common across all pathways of the MBA. These relate to the core areas of competence which business professionals need to effectively manage their workplace responsibilities. In addition, there is a compulsory Personal and Professional Development module designed to support your leadership aspirations.

Module and programme information is indicative and may be subject to change.

Note: Both core and optional modules are constantly updated and under review. As with most academic programmes, please remember that it is possible that for operational reasons, a module may not be offered in any particular year. Middlesex University reserves the right to vary or withdraw any course or module.

Core Modules 

    • Strategy and Innovation (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to provide the key developments in, and thinking derived, from the study of strategy. This is increasingly informed by the study of innovation due to the involvement in enabling competitive advantage.

    • Financial and Economic Analysis (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module will give you the knowledge, skills and theoretical understanding in a number of strategic aspects of financial management and economics. You will understand how they affect commercial organisations and also examine the interrelationships between key factors in the economic environment. You will evaluate the impact of shifts and changes in these factors on organisational decision-making and performance.

    • Managing and Developing People (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to raise awareness in the key areas relevant to effective people management and development. You will explore how these relate to the achievement of business and organisational goals and strategies.

    • Global Marketing Management (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      Marketing management involves satisfying customer needs and desires. In a globally competitive marketplace, the challenge is to select which markets to compete in, to make an integrated set of decisions about product and service design, pricing as well as distribution channels. You must also make considerations to advertising, branding, and promotions.

    • Personal and Professional Development (0 credits)- Compulsory

      This year-long module aims to support you in demonstrating significant growth in your career aspirations as a result of working towards the MBA qualification and how you intend to sustain this growth throughout your professional life. The primary objective of this course is for you to identify your own individual strengths and areas for development in terms of your leadership capabilities and wider professional effectiveness.

    • Business Transformation Project (60 Credits)- Compulsory

      This module allows you to further develop and integrate the skills and knowledge acquired during the course by working on a specific organisational issue or problem. You will be able to demonstrate proficiency in relation to scoping the issue(s)/problems, consideration of appropriate literature, collection and analysis of data, assessing the financial implications, including any cost/benefit analysis for justifying specific recommendations and consideration of implementation issues.

    • Consultancy Project (0 Credits)

      This module is field-based and is ideal if you want the opportunity to further integrate your learning from previous modules, working in groups to complete a live project based on a real organisational or sectoral theme. Most students will complete this as part of the International Field Trip. The project will culminate in a final consulting-type presentation outlining key recommendations.

Building upon the programme core, you have the option to select two further 20 credit taught modules to complete a specialised pathway, or you may choose to select two separate modules for the MBA (General) pathway that best align to your personal and professional goals.

  • MBA - General

    Students choose any two modules from the following list provided that this does not lead to a named area of emphasis. Some combinations may not be feasible due to timetabling restrictions.

  • MBA - Project Management

    The Project Management pathway empowers you to specialise in the techniques specific to the planning, monitoring and managing of projects.
    • Applied Project Management (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      In this course students will advance their knowledge and skills acquired from the project management fundamentals module. Student will learn to apply industry standard best practices, tools and techniques in managing individual projects from initiation through to closing, and portfolio of projects. This includes applying decision tree analysis for project decisions, financial budgeting, hands-on experience in using Microsoft Project software for managing projects, financial and non-financial risk analysis. This module will also focus on the application of data analytics in project management to improve project outcomes. Finally, the course explores statistical quality control and assurance methods for project managers as well as the application of agile and lean methodologies. 

    • Project Management Fundamentals (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This course introduces students to the principles and practices of project management. Students will gain an understanding of what project management encompasses and how it can be integrated into business strategy, structure, and management. The course explores the requirements to become a project management professional including what it means to be a project manager, negotiation and conflict management, as well as dealing with the triple constraints of time, cost, and scope.  The module will allow students to develop their understanding of the PMI project management process groups and associated knowledge areas including project initiation project planning, controlling and monitoring a project, as well as properly closing a project – all necessary for successful project execution.  This module will set the foundation for the Applied Project Management module, and it is structured to assist students who wish to undertake the PMP (Project Management Professional) or CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) certification exams. 

  • MBA - Healthcare Management

    This pathway provides you with the theoretical and practical insights required to face the modern challenges of the business of healthcare.
    • Performance Excellence in the Business of Healthcare (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      The aim of this module is to presents     an overview of  the business of healthcare and how healthcare organisations can use the principles and practices of performance excellence to gain and sustain competitive advantage in an environment marked by rapid regulatory changes, intense competition and significant technological, economic, social and industry changes.        Students will learn how to apply tools from business and the social sciences, especially economics, total quality management and strategy, to address challenges faced by managers, patients, and policy makers in the health sector. Emphasis will be placed on the application of total quality management and/or continuous quality improvement initiatives in improving efficiency and cost optimisation in a healthcare setting. Tools for TQM will be discussed and demonstrated through casework. We will aim for broad coverage of health care, including products and providers, but we will pay special attention to patients. Students will be able to apply these methods to affect change throughout their organization.

    • Informatics and Innovation in Healthcare (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      The aim of this module is to provide students with a broad understanding of the challenges facing healthcare senior executives in managing a health information system. It is also designed to provide context for the growing discussion on health information exchange and its impact on the internal and external environments shaping the healthcare industry. The process of organising and coordinating the performance of a healthcare facility. At the same time, the rapidly growing field of health and human services requires an entrepreneurial and innovative mind-set as well as continuous improvements. This module will help students develop essential competencies through the mastery of international innovative best practices in healthcare information management.

      Increasing the quality of care by decreasing the cost of care through optimised processes and technology is an interesting and challenging mission. Senior managers in healthcare are increasingly required to execute the administrative and the business aspect of a health care institution through innovative alignment of clinical and non-clinical staff, insurance companies, government bodies as well as partner and research organisations. Strengthening the scientific and practical knowledge of informatics as well as innovation management competences for the healthcare industry is the focus of this module and provides far-reaching benefits in the personal as well as the professional spheres.

  • MBA - Finance

    The Finance specialisation provides a deeper understanding of financial issues in the workplace. You will study the following two modules: 

    • International Finance (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      The aim of this module is to develop in students an advanced understanding of the theory and practice of international finance and risk management. The module rigorously examines the framework in which firms make their financing and risk management decisions with an emphasis on firms operating in an international environment. The module aims to provide students with an understanding of the organisation, workings and instruments of the foreign exchange, bond and offshore financial markets; an understanding of international finance theories and current empirical evidence; an understanding of the financial (interest rate and foreign currency) risks faced by firms and the methods used to identify, measure and manage these risks; an understanding of the applications of financial derivative instruments; and an understanding of the pricing mechanics of financial derivative instruments.
    • Applied Corporate Finance (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module will enable the student to build an understanding of the financial decisions based on the fundamental theories of finance. It focuses on issues which affect the firm’s value and shareholders’ wealth. Empirical findings and their implications on decision strategies will be covered. The module will discuss financial incidences and appropriate actions required to be taken to mitigate the impact. Valuation of assets, capital structure and financing decisions based on real case studies will be the focus of this module.
  • MBA - Marketing

    The Marketing pathway focuses on providing you with an in-depth understanding of marketing issues. You will study the following two modules:

    • Marketing Communications (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to develop student knowledge of the theory and of contemporary marketing communications. Candidates who work in or aspire to work in marketing will develop an ability to think and act as a professional marketer in completing the module. The module comprises a thorough review and critical analysis of nascent theoretical frameworks and will focus on the practical application to real-world scenarios. The student will learn to use skills in both marketing as well as general business communication.

    • Digital Marketing (15 Credits) - Optional
      The aim of this module is to develop students’ knowledge and skills for understanding the complexity of the new digital landscape. The module provides a critical context in which to analyse the current digital developments. In particular, the module will facilitate students’ learning of e-marketing models, social media and e-tailing in order to produce a coherent digital marketing strategy. 
  • MBA - Business Excellence

    The Business Excellence pathway provides an in-depth understanding of organisational learning and quality management and how it links to attaining business excellence. You will study the following two modules:

    • Business Excellence and Quality Management (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to provide students with knowledge on evolution of organisational excellence concept, principles and international frameworks starting with the inspection process to the development of organisational excellence frameworks. The module equips the students with the ability to evaluate organisations in various sectors, to conduct self-assessment and to develop the required actions in order to fill in the identified gaps. The module covers world-wide accepted and adopted excellence frameworks and students will be provided with the techniques and tools to analyse and evaluate organizations from perspectives of leadership, people, resource management, customer management, processes management and society contributions. A wide range of industry best practices and case studies will be addressed in order to link theory to practice.

    • Governance and Sustainability (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This course introduces students to governance and corporate responsibility principles and practices leading to sustainable societies. Students will gain an understanding of what governance and corporate responsibility encompasses and how it can be integrated to business strategy and structure and its impact in the global context.

      The course explores the broad context of governance for sustainability including governance theory and frameworks, and the reporting of governance impacts.  It examines the role and responsibility of stakeholders and how these can be managed. The module will conclude by exploring the future of governance and corporate responsibility and how businesses can contribute to the transition to sustainable societies.

  • MBA Operations and Supply Chain Management

    This pathway is focused towards providing you with a deeper understanding of how operations and logistics contribute towards improving efficiency, responsiveness and profitability of an organisation. You will study the following two modules:

    • Supply Chain Management (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module seeks to broaden students’ knowledge of specialized areas of supply chain management, and focuses on strategic and operational processes in the entire network of business that transform inputs (e.g. raw materials and information) into value-added finished products and services for end customers. In particular the module aims: to examine current developments in the fields of purchasing, logistics and demand-supply balancing of local and global multi-echelon supply chains; to familiarize students with key techniques for tackling related issues, leading into critical discussion of the strengths and weaknesses of those techniques.

    • Operations Strategy (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      The aim of this module is to learn how operations strategy can add value to the business and how to integrate this strategy with the corporate/business strategies and with those of other functional areas. The module aims at enabling the student to evaluate the design of processes, products and services from the perspective of efficiency, responsiveness, quality and productivity.

  • MBA - Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility

    This pathway provides you with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of sustainability and corporate responsibility – essential in any forward-thinking and responsible business. You will study the following two modules:
    • Governance and Sustainability (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This course introduces students to governance and corporate responsibility principles and practices leading to sustainable societies. Students will gain an understanding of what governance and corporate responsibility encompasses and how it can be integrated to business strategy and structure and its impact in the global context.

      The course explores the broad context of governance for sustainability including governance theory and frameworks, and the reporting of governance impacts.  It examines the role and responsibility of stakeholders and how these can be managed. The module will conclude by exploring the future of governance and corporate responsibility and how businesses can contribute to the transition to sustainable societies.

    • Sustainable Organisation Management (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      This course introduces students to the business principles and practices leading to sustainable societies. Students will gain an understanding of what sustainability encompasses and how it can be integrated to business strategy and management for the benefit of businesses themselves and wider society. The course explores the broad context of sustainability in society including sustainability frameworks, international governance and agreements, and consumer behaviour.  It examines the sustainability challenges facing businesses and the practices that can be used to integrate sustainability into business management and strategy; and assessment and reporting of sustainability practices. The module will conclude by exploring the future of business-sustainability relationship and how business competencies can evolve to address sustainability. 
  • MBA - Innovation and Entrepreneurship

    The Innovation and Entrepreneurship pathway provides an insight reflecting the pioneering and avant-garde spirit of the UAE and the region where SMEs, Family Business and Free Zones are common. You will study the following two modules:
    • Entrepreneurship and SME Management (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module discusses how Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) require a different organisation and strategic approach. It aims to create an understanding about the reality of SMEs in various cultural and socio-economic settings, enabling students to manage the challenges within the SME business environment. During this course, students examine two perspectives suitable to the study of entrepreneurship: the Internal and External perspectives. The internal perspective helps students identify key capabilities and internal competencies to enable entrepreneurs and SMEs to develop and implement sound and sustainable strategies and manage operations and planning.  The external perspective looks at how SMEs can understand and prepare for the challenges and opportunities presented by external factors. The module facilitates the development of an operational plan in which students will learn, practice and apply the necessary academic and practical knowledge and skill sets, including team working, required for the establishment of a new business, as well as an understanding of the complexities relating to the functioning of a small business.
    • Managing Innovation (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module discusses how Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) require a different organisation and strategic approach. It aims to create an understanding about the reality of SMEs in various cultural and socio-economic settings, enabling students to manage the challenges within the SME business environment. During this course, students examine two perspectives suitable to the study of entrepreneurship: the Internal and External perspectives. The internal perspective helps students identify key capabilities and internal competencies to enable entrepreneurs and SMEs to develop and implement sound and sustainable strategies and manage operations and planning.  The external perspective looks at how SMEs can understand and prepare for the challenges and opportunities presented by external factors. The module facilitates the development of an operational plan in which students will learn, practice and apply the necessary academic and practical knowledge and skill sets, including team working, required for the establishment of a new business, as well as an understanding of the complexities relating to the functioning of a small business.
  • MBA - Business Analytics

    The Business Analytics pathway provides an insight into the skills, technologies and practices for continuous exploration and investigation into past business performance, and how to drive business planning. Students will study the following two modules:

    • Data Analytics (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module aims at providing students with thorough knowledge of Data Science enabling them to immediately participate as a Data Science team member on several analytics projects in an array of business verticals. It further aims at creating a vendor neutral environment for students to develop business analytical perspective and apply it in any technological environment and any chosen business vertical (Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations and so on).
    • Advanced Business Statistics (20 Credits) - Compulsory

      This course aims to provide students with a background in research methodologies and data analysis with a main focus on the applications of modern applied econometrics. Students will acquire an understanding of data collection methodologies, how to use, communicate, and interpret statistics in a wide range of business and management problems. Expertise will be developed in the use of appropriate computational software packages such as SPSS and STATA.

      The knowledge gained during the course of this module will help students make sense of data as it emerges from the operations of business and the economy. Using the tools covered in this module will help students develop a superior understanding of the performance of business as well as the environment within which businesses operate.

  • MBA - Islamic Economy

    The Islamic Economy pathway provides an insight into a market sector representing an estimated $2 trillion in consumer spending by nearly 1.6 billion young Muslims worldwide. 
    • Islamic Banking and Finance (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      The module aims to provide students with a basic understanding of the forms of Islamic Banking & Finance. The focus is on understanding the intricacies of the modern economy, while developing skills to access one of the most promising and lucrative emerging markets in the world. The module is designed in a way that explains how Shari’ah is used as the framework of Islamic law, and how it impacts the banking and financial system. Students will also learn to appreciate and apply the Islamic financial principles and practices using several case studies.
    • Islamic Management and Marketing (20 Credits) - Compulsory
      This course aims to study management, marketing and organisational behavioural theories employed in Islamic economies to discover ways in which organisations could engage with their key stakeholders. It runs on the premise that Islamic economic principles will play a role of growing significance in the global business environment, with the size of the Islamic economy size reaching over US$2 trillion and the world population of Muslims reaching 1.6 billion. It seeks to help students to understand the fundamental principles underlying modern Islamic businesses, as well as modern practices prevailing in related industries. Students will explore the overlaps and differences between a range of contemporary management and marketing theories and fundamentals concepts in Islamic economies using engaging and interesting examples to build their capability as competent and culturally-aware managers.

Taught sessions are held at our Dubai Knowledge Village campus (Block 16, 17, 04 and 19) during the week (Sunday to Thursday) between 6:30pm and 9:30pm. Additional applied learning sessions and workshops might be scheduled over weekends or holiday periods and you can expect to receive plenty of notice for these.

How is the MBA taught?

You will be actively involved in a range of learning, teaching and assessment approaches. Such active approaches aim to put you at the centre of your learning so that you are involved and engaged in all aspects of your own assessment and learning. The programme requires your active participation in learning activities and interaction with your peers as part of a small group. Learning activities may occur both within and outside of the classroom.

Distinctive to the MBA, your learning experience will include a mixture of formal lectures, case study discussions, guided and independent research, workshops, debates, and student presentations, alongside simulations and role plays. We use a variety of methods to develop your cognitive and practical skills alongside assessing your understanding of key concepts and theoretical knowledge. Group work is also used to develop your capacity for working in teams – providing a realistic organisational context for you to develop your interpersonal skills and test your own capacity for teamwork and leadership.

Please refer to our Academic Calendar for further information: http://www.mdx.ac.ae/life-at-university/academic-calendar 

Your personal and professional development is central to the MBA. Throughout the programme you will have the opportunity to engage with a range of Applied Learning Experiences and Executive Skills Development workshops that will support you in identifying your own individual strengths and areas for development in terms of your leadership capabilities and wider professional effectiveness. These organised sessions provide the basis for your compulsory year-long Personal and Professional Development module that aims to support your growth towards your career aspirations.

The MBA Personal and Professional Development programme is supported by the expertise of the Centre for Innovation and Excellence, the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Business Excellence, and the Centre for Innovation in Human Experience’s Analytics Lab.

Applied Learning

The Team Development and Leadership two-day workshop has traditionally been conducted by Kathleen Harrison and Alan Birkett of Katalan UK. This hands-on and engaging weekend consists of tasks designed to bring out key learning points that parallel the workplace context and provides a real testing ground for participants to develop new skills and practice them in a safe environment. It provides an ideal opportunity for MBA students to understand their leadership style and the importance of teamwork, as well as giving and receiving feedback. The event helps to establish and develop interpersonal and group relationships and facilitate the breakdown of different backgrounds and cultural barriers.
This event involves the creation of a product or service concept that will meet the expectations of the target market. The workshop covers the application of the theoretical concepts of contemporary marketing to making complex decisions relating to a marketing project, communicating complex marketing ideas, strategies, concepts, and research through impactful presentations, using a range of appropriate technology.
This highly interactive experience involves developing an innovative business set-up, creating a sustainable business model, the elevator pitch in front of our ‘Shark Tank’ and the next steps to help your new venture take flight.


Executive Skills

The aims of the four Executive Skills Development (ESD) workshops are to provide students with a broad range of executive managerial skills. Each ESD will be run on a format of a corporate training programme. The sessions may change each year; however recent cohorts have included:

The aims of this workshop are:

  • To achieve a profound understanding of Data Analytics across multiple business domains
  • To learn important tools in analytics that can help solve real world business problems
  • To understand various methods of analytics and their applications from a business perspective
  • To expose the participants to real world case studies in Data Science

This session covers:

  • The ways in which to bring a coaching mindset to the workplace in order to create empowerment
  • The exploration of the concept of coaching
  • The differences between mentoring and coaching
  • The impact that successful organisation has on an organisation

This session covers:

  • Projects and project management strategy
  • The skills required by project managers and risk assessors
  • Planning projects: procurement and organisation – time, cost and quality
  • Planning projects: methodologies, communications, HRM issues, project execution and control
  • Project closure and evaluation – project success and failure
This workshop explores:
  • What is culture?
  • Cultural perspective on: leadership, negotiation, decision making and communications
  • Managing cross cultural teams

The MDX MBA International Project offers students the opportunity to a develop global perspective of key management issues.  The one-week project is designed as an intensive group learning experience aimed at developing and applying skills needed to critically examine a challenging global issue and the interrelationships between the global and local business environments. 

The project is centered around an international study trip that immerses students in the destinations local culture and business environment. During these trips, students are guided through formal and informal learning activities, reflection, and the consultancy-style project by a MBA faculty member.

At the core of the experience is a consultancy style case study where students will work in groups on a project based on organisational or sectoral themes.  The project will culminate in a final consulting-type presentation presenting key recommendations and findings, often to a local business.

Organized experiences including site visits, networking and interactions with business leaders, and cultural activities provides students with an experiential basis to contextualize and apply the knowledge and skills gained during the MBA programme to specific real-world business problems.

If government restrictions are in place that do not allow for the international trip to operate, the International Project will take place locally in Dubai, with the project focus on issues facing international businesses doing business in the UAE.

The criteria for admission to the programme are as follows:

  • Applicants must demonstrate a minimum of two years continuous workplace experience gained in a managerial or professional job following graduation.
  • Holders of graduate-level professional qualifications may also be admitted and are encouraged to apply.
  • Applicants without an honours degree need to demonstrate relevant work experience.

We welcome applicants from small and medium-sized businesses (including family businesses) as much as we do applicants from large corporations. Workplace experience should generally be within a managerial or professional role with responsibility for people, finances and other resources. We assess each application individually.

English Language Requirements (Postgraduate)

All programmes at Middlesex University Dubai are taught in English and applicants with previous education outside of English-speaking countries (such as the UK, the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand), must demonstrate English language proficiency as follows:

English Language Test

Entry Requirement

IELTS Academic

6.5 (minimum 6.0 in each band)

TOEFL Internet-based

87 (21 in listening & writing, 22 in speaking and 23 in reading)

PearsonPTE Academic

58

TOEFL-IBT home-based test

 

Accepted for September 2020 only and in territories where standard version of the test is not available due to test centre closure  
PG: 87

Duolingo

Accepted for September 2020 only
PG: Overall 110 

IELTS Indicator 

Accepted for September 2020 only and test certificate must be dated after 20 May 2020.

Note: this test is accepted only in territories where IELTS test centre is closed.  


For admissions related enquiries, kindly contact our admissions team on 0097143678100 / 0097143751212 alternatively you can email on admissions@mdx.ac.ae

Our MBA will benefit your career prospects by giving you the ability to think and lead strategically, apply knowledge in real time in the real world, gain an understanding of other sectors and comprehend the skills involved in senior management roles. If you are already employed, the work based projects will make a significant contribution to the achievement of your organisation’s work objectives.

As 81% of employers value employability skills over type or class of degree, it’s essential you develop these while studying and utilise the Careers and Employability Service on campus.

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