Following a successful intake last year, Henley Malta is now accepting applications for the forthcoming October 2015 intake of the Henley Flexible Executive MBA.
Henley Business School is a global leader in business education and provides impactful and innovative programmes to individuals and organisations. The Henley Flexible Executive MBA is triple accredited by AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB, and is among the most renowned MBAs in the world. It is an intense and rewarding experience which makes it, in many instances, life changing.
Its unique blended learning format includes weekend workshops once every two months delivered by Henley tutors, activities involving peer group learning and self-study, on and off line. The programme is designed to enhance the skills and knowledge to advance professionally, while also having the flexibility to fit studies around busy work and personal commitments.
The leadership and personal development module is tackled at the very start of the MBA studies during the first workshop which is compulsory and delivered at the beautiful classic English setting of the Henley campus at Henley-on-Thames, UK. The rest of the workshops are held in Malta, with the exception of one other workshop held within the international partner network, so that programme members gain more international experience.
“The October 2015 intake will include professionals with different backgrounds and experiences. This enhances the learning experience,” said programmes manager Christine Caruana. “Furthermore 20 professionals will be celebrating their graduation this coming September. This extremely satisfactory result confirms the flexibility of the programme, the determination of the students, and the dedication of the Henley-Malta team to support progression throughout the Henley MBA journey.”
The Henley MBA has been offered in Malta for over 20 years, generating a strong network of business partners.
For more information contact Henley Malta on email@example.com or 2131 1326. All enquiries are handled in strict confidence.
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