GCU Offers Global MBA for Freshers at London and Glasgow Campus

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GCU Offers Global MBA for Freshers at London and Glasgow Campus

13 May 2019

Glasgow Caledonian University is offering a Global Masters in Business Administration for freshers at their Glasgow campus in addition to the London campus from September 2019 onwards. This is a unique Global MBA programme specially developed to promote entrepreneurship and leadership abilities to help produce a generation of  professional managers facilitating sustainable business development in a socially responsible manner.

The Global MBA is a full-time one year programme starting in September 2019. Students on this programme will have an opportunity to take an optional immersion study trip to London or New York. Course modules cover subject areas such as strategic management, creating organisational value, corporate citizenship and responsible leadership. The course is open for applications for September intake.

If you are interested in studying MBA in the UK and want to learn more about applying for this course at GCU, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today. Our experienced counsellors will help you with the application and visa process.

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