Based in London, Cass is at the heart of business both in the City and on the global stage. Both its London and Dubai programmes provide unrivalled access to the world’s leading firms and individuals.
Business and business practitioners not only benefit from Cass’s thought-leading business education programmes, but also contribute to them through a wide variety of advisory groups, lectures and workshops.
Cass Business School’s top-ranked Executive MBA is now delivered in Dubai. Its two-year Executive MBA is ranked second in the UK and 21st in the world by the Financial times.
Now, in collaboration with Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), Cass is offering access to the very latest business-tested thinking to the Gulf, the Middle East and surrounding regions.
Aimed at senior business professionals who want to accelerate their career, while remaining in full-time employment, Cass Business School’s Executive MBA programme is designed to fit around most busy working schedules and is therefore structured over one long weekend a month over two years.
You can choose to study Cass’s general Executive MBA in Finance & Management, or have the opportunity to specialise in either Islamic finance or energy. The Islamic finance stream is the first of its kind to be offered by a top-ranked business school.
Name: Cass Business School
Address: 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ
Tel: (+9714) 401 9316
Contact for admissions: Ehsan Razavizadeh
Status of establishment: Ranked 2nd highest in the UK and 13th in the world by the FT in 2009
Head/principal directors: Dean Richard Gillingwater; Edward Buckingham, director, Insead Executive
Number of academic staff: 400
Number of students, Dubai EMBA: 45
Proportion of female staff: 23 per cent
Proportion of overseas students: 60 per cent
Proportion of students sponsored: 20 per cent (additional 20 per cent part sponsored)
Proportion of self-funded students: 60 per cent
Typical costs: £29,500
Areas of specialisation: Islamic finance, strategy and energy
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