Online MBA course

BANGALORE: A testing, inspection, certification and training company, TUV Rheinland India, recently announced it is offering a global MBA programme in collaboration with Resource Development I

Published: 20th March 2012 01:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:39 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: A testing, inspection, certification and training company, TUV Rheinland India, recently announced it is offering a global MBA programme in collaboration with Resource Development International (RDI), UK.

This MBA programme is targeted at motivated managers, who wish to equip themselves with the essential business and management skills.

The programme, which is scheduled to commence in July will take 30 students per batch. The course will be based on a unique blended learning model, which will have the integration of face-to-face and online learning to enhance the classroom experience and extend learning through the innovative use of information and communication technology.

The programme curriculum consists of two stages. Stage 1 being DMS (Diploma/Extended diploma in strategic leadership). The qualification acquired in stage 1 is an Edexcel certification. Stage 2 will be the MBA with a choice of three different universities in UK. Students also have the opportunity of pursuing the course in India, UK or in any country of their choice. The minimum total duration for the completion of the course is 15 months and you have the flexibility for a maximum period of six years.

Applications for the above course are invited from candidates possessing a recognised bachelor’s degree in any qualification. Candidates without degree but who can demonstrate five years professional management experience supported by references can also apply.

More details enquiries can be sent to admissions@ind.tuv.com

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