Emirates News Agency – A partnership between the University of Manchester...

Emirates News Agency – A partnership between the University of Manchester...
Emirates News Agency – A partnership between the University of Manchester...

, 3rd November, WAM – The University of Manchester’s Middle East Center and the Dubai Businesswomen Council signed a memorandum of understanding for a strategic partnership in the field of talent management aimed at supporting businesswomen in Dubai and the country.

The agreement was signed by Mrs. Nadine Halabi, Director of Business Development at the Dubai Businesswomen Council, and Ms. Randa Bseiso, CEO of the Middle East Center of the University of Manchester.

The new agreement between the two parties focuses on encouraging enrollment in higher education and professional education programs, developing practices and opportunities for studies, research and live projects, and benefiting from acquaintance, professional communication and employment services, in a way that contributes to enriching the learning experience of University of Manchester students and members of the Dubai Businesswomen Council. He mentions the strategic talent partnership program launched by the university that provides a structured framework for effective cooperation with experts and bodies of the sector, companies and other institutions. The University of Manchester’s Middle East Center cooperates with a number of specialized agencies and professional bodies at the regional and international levels.

The University of Manchester’s Middle East Center offers a group of part-time master’s programs that are flexible and provide a blended learning method and attract large numbers of specializations and expertise interested in these programs, including businesswomen. Professional and employed women usually represent about 16% of the student population in the University of Manchester’s most prominent program, the global part-time MBA program – which was named the best MBA program in the region in 2019 by Forbes Middle East. Female specialists in the education sector accounted for more than 80% of the first batch of students enrolled in the new master’s program in the part-time system and the blended learning formula in the field of leadership applications in the education sector.

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