THE University of Hull Masters in Business Administration is now being offered at Inti College in Subang Jaya.
Rated “excellent” by the British Quality Assurance agency, the Hull MBA is approved by the National Accreditation Board.
“The university has placed very high emphasis on the quality of its MBA programme. It requires a lot of hard work and is well recognised in the business world,” says Inti's post-graduate studies centre head Julia Kurniawan.
She adds that apart from attaining the MBA, students can also benefit from the orientation programme and team-building exercises organised by Inti Management Services for all its graduate students.
Those interested in securing places for this programme must have at least three years of work experience at middle management level, and a first degree or equivalent professional qualification.
A PUBLIC preview and seminar, Introducing Sedaya-Lifeway International College (SLIC), New Zealand, will be held at Sedaya International College in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, at 8pm on Wednesday. The presenters are CEO and president of Sedaya International Group and executive director of SLIC, Peter Ng and vice-president of Sedaya International College Kit Chin.