Cass Has An MBA in the Global Context

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Cass Business School of city, University of London with ‘triple-crown’ accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), has an established 50-year reputation for excellence in business research and education.

The current class (2016-17) has 26% of the students with a Financial Services background. It has a gender ratio of 64% men to 36% women. The average GMAT score stands at 648 and the average age at 30. The class comprises 74 from 28 nationalities. They have an average work experience of 6 years.

Professional Services/Consultancy make up 14% of the Class followed by Energy/Utilities 12%, Retail/FMCG 11%, Engineering/Manufacturing and Marketing/PR at 9% each, IT/Telecom 6%, Leisure/Tourism 4%, Legal and Education/Not-for-Profit at 3% each, Healthcare, Military and Real Estate at 1% each.

The one-year full-time MBA program will have fellow cohort providing a key knowledge base of international business practices that prove useful for individual students while working abroad during the International Consultancy Week.

An MBA in the Global Context

The School says its international reach is extensive and supporting the commitment to diversity. The global approach extends from operating a dual campus in Dubai to service the Middle East, to delivering modules and study trips around the world and recruiting students and academics from diverse nationalities and backgrounds.

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The one-year full-time MBA program will have fellow cohort providing a key knowledge base of international business practices that prove useful for individual students while working abroad during the International Consultancy Week.

You will also gain first-hand exposure to challenging environments such as China, Dubai, Silicon Valley, and South Africa and more through the International Electives offering. There’s no better preparation for global management on the ground experience and valuable contact time with international businesses.

Program Outline

The program begins in September with a Core General Management Program that runs through April. It is aimed at developing core knowledge and skills in business and management. The subjects in Block 1 is Strategy and Organisations. Block 2 deals with the Financial Environment. Block 3 is about Creating Management Advantage, Block 4 is Knowledge and Policy followed by Strategy Project and International Consultancy Week.

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April – September will have tailored program, electives and Business Mastery Project. Throughout the year, you will have avenues for professional development along with MBA Networking Events.

You will also be able to tailor the program content through a wide choice of electives, a personal and professional development program and one-to-one career coaching. The elective modules cover Consulting and Strategy; Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Finance; General Management; Marketing.

There are also several international modules available, including a UAE International Study Tour, China International Study Tour and Strategic Marketing in Action: Exploring Location Brands.

You will run two projects alongside the core and elective modules – one Strategy Project in the first half of the MBA programme, followed by a Business Mastery Project in the latter half.

Program Fees

Full-time MBA tuition fee for the batch starting in September 2017 is £41,000. Self-financing students could pay the tuition fees in two instalments. The application fee is £100. There is also a deposit of £5,000. The first instalment comprising half fees less deposit is to be paid at registration and the rest in the second instalment in January following start of the program.(Image Source: Wikipedia.org)

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