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Edinburgh Business School MBA graduates have access to many opportunities to grow and develop as ‘members of the Watt Club’.

Heriot-Watt University Malaysia campus in Putrajaya.

THE Edinburgh Business School programme under the Graduate School of Business at Heriot-Watt University gives for vertical mobility in career growth and professional development.

Tailored for those seeking vertical mobility in their careers or running a successful business, the Edinburgh Business School (EBS) is offering a part-time MBA programme in Malaysia for working professionals.

The MBA programme is delivered over a two year period. It is crafted in a way to help those in business develop a range of skills and gain the expert knowledge that the programme is globally renowned for.

“At Edinburgh Business School we are committed to providing opportunities to professionals from all over the world who desire to study our graduate-level business programmes. Our students come from diverse backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common – the desire to succeed in their careers and in life,” said Edinburgh Business School and School of Social Sciences Malaysia Associate Head of School Dr Wadah Mohamad.

Nothing short of receiving unanimous praise, the EBS has celebrated multiple achievements in Malaysia and abroad by way of the MBA programme enhancing the careers of business professionals across the world. Many of its graduates are noted to be doing well in their careers, earning good salaries and rising up the corporate ladder, some even starting their own businesses. MBA students from Malaysia also stand proud to have garnered a good name for themselves, attaining fantastic results that have put them among the top 10 worldwide in the prestigious AECOM Global Challenge Programme across two consecutive years.

Structured around weekend seminars and revision classes that are delivered at the state-of-the-art campus in Putrajaya, students under this programme are also given the opportunity to take part in various conferences and guest speaker events. These learning experiences help grow one’s network in the industry and connect with mentors and leaders, all of which assist in one’s professional development.

The part-time MBA is officially recognised and approved by the MQA*. Applications for the September intake are open up to Aug 24. For more information, register for one of the Information Sessions, contact a dedicated adviser, otherwise, call 03-88943888 or email MalaysiaMBA@ebs.hw.ac.uk

* Malaysian Qualifications Agency ref: Master of Business Administration (N/345/7/0228) MQA/FA2182

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