Manchester Business School Worldwide will this month open a Middle East centre in Dubai, where the school already has more than 100 students studying on three MBA programmes: the MBA for construction managers, the MBA for finance professionals and the MBA for engineering business managers.

Dubai will be MBS Worldwide’s third international centre, after Hong Kong and Singapore. The Worldwide arm of MBS handles Manchester’s distance learning MBAs. The first director of the Middle East region will be Randa Bessiso.

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