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FABS welcomes sixth MBA batch
12 : 26 PM - 21/11/2017
Manama, Nov. 21 (BNA): The Arabian Gulf University (AGU)-based French Arabian Business School (FABS) has celebrated the launch of the sixth batch of its MBA programme.

Present were professor Khaled Saeed Tabbara the vice president of AGU, members of the Academic committee of FABS, professor Cedomir Nestorovic Director of ESSEC Business School in Singapore, the French Cultural Attaché to Bahrain, Dominique Chastres, select alumni, and the new batch of 25 students.

Tabbara highlighted the success of the MBA programme designed in partnership with ESSEC Business School in France, which regarded as one of the leading schools of business and finance, worldwide. He said that the programme offered a dynamic learning environment and delivered jointly by faculty from ESSEC and AGU. The 18-month programme includes a balanced mix of theory and practice through appropriately sequenced individual courses of instruction, delivered on weekends.

Cedomir praised the success of this partnership between the Arabian Gulf University and ESSEC University, and hailed the success of the quality of the programme, which designed to serve the needs of GCC market.

Arnaud Lacheret, Director of the French Arabian Business School, expressed his satisfaction with the continued increase in the number of applications for entry into the programme.


BNA 0900 GMT 2017/11/21

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