Cass offers advanced business courses

DUBAI — In 2007 Cass Business School, London launched a new Executive MBA in Dubai. The award-winning two-year course is delivered in collaboration with the DIFC (Dubai Centre of excellence) and offers students direct access to the very latest business thinking and provides a platform for graduates to further their careers. In addition to a general EMBA, Cass has carefully structured a specialism in Islamic Finance which is designed to meet the growing demand for training in this sector from the Middle East.

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Published: Thu 16 Dec 2010, 11:25 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 10:08 AM

Cass is one of a select group of business schools to have achieved the coveted triple accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Quality Improvement Scheme (EQUIS). The EMBA was recently ranked tenth in the world and second in the UK by the Financial Times, the Cass EMBA Dubai programme is one of the highest-calibre programmes delivered in this region.

The school recently enrolled a new cohort of students, the third group to undertake the Cass Dubai EMBA, who are drawn from an impressive range of companies. Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Kuwait Financial Centre, Accenture, SAP, Ernst and Young, HSBC and DIFC have all supported executives on our programme. The flexible monthly workshops mean that we have even enrolled students from as far afield as London and New York, as well as from in and around the Middle East. The city of London remains a dynamic location for so many global businesses and Cass is best placed to build links with them. Students studying in Dubai are able to take advantage of Cass’s close connections with their London campus where they have built strong relationships with financial and global institutions based in and around the city.

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