An Executive MBA (EMBA) degree is designed for experienced professionals who are ready to acquire the skills necessary to work in executive leadership and management positions. Programs explore the intricacies of leadership, finance, marketing and other relevant topics.
Bahrain, officially the Kingdom of Bahrain is a small island country situated near the western shores of the Persian Gulf. It is an archipelago, with the largest island being Bahrain Island at 55 km long by 18 km wide.
Manama is a key financial centre in Bahrain. Most importantly, this town is home to a variety of colleges, schools and universities such as Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance, Delmon University, Applied Science University and many more.
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Strathclyde Business School (SBS) has a long and proud history of being an innovative business school - and part of a leading technological university - with 'useful learning' at its heart. SBS was named Business School of the Year in the Times Higher Education 2016 awards announced in November. The award was made in recognition of the Business School’s innovative and entrepreneurial attitude and its overall ‘outstanding’ performance. [+]
The Strathclyde MBA has been available outside the UK since 1988, with thousands of MBA course participants now graduated and much more currently studying in their own country.
The Strathclyde MBA has many study routes, but we emphasise our 'one MBA' approach. The executive MBA you study via one of our international centres is exactly the same programme as you would study in Glasgow, and the academics who deliver the core elements of the programme in your country also deliver the MBA in Glasgow.
The programme format is specially designed for busy executives who need to combine career and family commitments with the demands of MBA studies. The flexibility of the part-time approach enables participants to graduate within two years. However, the study may be spread over a longer period if necessary, to a maximum of six years.... [-]