Designed for success
The University of Manchester creates access to a world-class MBA for working professionals in the Middle East
The University of Manchester is ranked as the world's 27th best university and among the world's elite institutions for graduate employability and research.
The University is committed to creating access to world-class blended learning opportunities designed to meet the needs of working professionals and continues to move higher in a range of international rankings, confirming its status as one of the world's top universities, focusing on the quality of teaching, research and social responsibility.
In 2006, The University of Manchester launched the Middle East Centre and the flagship Manchester Global part-time MBA programme at Dubai Knowledge Park in the UAE. Today, the Middle East Centre is the largest in the University's international network of centres in key cities around the world, comprising Dubai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Sao Paulo and Manchester.
The University of Manchester's Global Part-time MBA is a two-year faculty-led programme with options to accelerate study further, with as much face-to-face time with peers and faculty as most full-time courses. The programme is structured around four practical themes - Management in Practice; Value Creation in Business; Tailoring Your Journey; Professional Skills for Business; and with options to tailor further.
Since launching, the Middle East Centre has supported over 2,800 part-time MBA students - all highly qualified and experienced working professionals - and developed a community of 2,700 alumni across the region, creating professional networking and other opportunities in collaboration with the wider business community. The centre has graduated over 1,700 MBA students. The University of Manchester was the winner of the 'Best MBA Programme' award at the inaugural Forbes Middle East Higher Education Awards 2019. The Financial Times MBA ranking 2020 ranked the University's Alliance Manchester Business School as 5th in the UK, 11th in Europe, and 45th in the world.
In the Middle East, the University manages a flexible and dynamic portfolio of blended learning programmes that includes the Kelley-Manchester Global MBA, offering the best of US and UK business education and the benefits of two degrees. The latest additions to the growing regional portfolio are the new part-time MSc Real Estate, and MA Educational Leadership in Practice.
The Middle East Centre works in a range of collaborations with professional bodies and industry groups in the region and has forged close partnerships with leading public and private sector organisations through the University's Strategic Talent Partnership programme, helping to enrich the student experience.
Welcome message from Randa Bessiso, Director-Middle East, at The University of Manchester
The University of Manchester launched the Middle East Centre at Dubai Knowledge Park and the top-ranked Manchester Global part-time MBA, in 2006. Today, the Middle East Centre is the largest in the University's international network of centres in key cities around the world, and supports students by providing counselling, face to face workshops, extensive networking opportunities and a dedicated careers service. The centre offers a portfolio of part-time blended learning master's programmes for working professionals and supports a large community of students, alumni and a growing network of professional and industry partners. The centre supports the University's global mission, which focuses on world class learning, research and social responsibility.
Star Mirdif has embedded innovation and technology into its curriculum
Students' education is aided by first-rate facilities and a holistic culture
Focused on creating a learning community that puts children at the heart of everything we do
The school offers a plethora of social, cultural and educational activities for the overall development of the child
Abu Dhabi CP engages in cordial talks with leaders about the... READ MORE
The Dubai Ruler took to Twitter on Saturday to hail the country's... READ MORE
Doctors stress on the need to remain cautious. READ MORE
The National Center of Metereology on Saturday took to Twitter to... READ MORE