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EDULINK offers globally reputed MBA with host of key differentiators

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EDULINK International Campus, a fully-owned entity of EDULINK Consultants of Dubai, a multinational education company which specialises in establishing academic institutions with renowned international universities around the world, now offers the MBA from the University of Northampton through its local campus in Colombo, targeted for ambitious, motivated professionals and graduates who to want to gain a globally reputed MBA that will help them stand out in the market.

The University of Northampton has today rocketed into the Top 50 UK University for Business, Management and Marketing as per the Guardian University Guide 2016. The Northampton Business School has been nominated by the Times Higher Education for Outstanding Business School of the year in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and also holds the Top 20 slot for International student satisfaction as per the International Student Barometer Survey. 

The MBA program is designed to provide students with the skills that global businesses demand. Combining all of the study of critical business areas and leadership skills with the extra value of additional recognition, qualifications and activities, this MBA offers a unique combination of opportunities that includes in developing critical thinking and research skills which can improve business knowledge and understanding. Students will learn to think laterally, challenge convention and offer knowledge based solutions to business issues. 

EDULINK Campus also utilises cutting edge technology to ensure students are exposed to a wide variety of learning methodologies, which enhances their learning experience and skill development.

The practical-based learning delivered also ensures that students receive hands-on experience to lead change, drive innovation, and implement creative solutions. Utilising their international collaboration with Middlesex University Dubai, EDULINK campus also offers their MBA students a study tour to Dubai to gain an international industry exposure with a focus on international business practices seen first-hand, through the industry tours, seminars and workshops that will be conducted by a team of renowned Middlesex University lecturers and industry experts. Contributing a great value addition to their MBA learning sessions of networking opportunities with a number of professionals and personalised consulting and mentoring sessions are also made available to the students enabling them with the opportunity to identify challenges and operations of global entities and industries and increase their awareness of cultural diversity and international business practices.

Additionally graduates will have the opportunity to join a community of influential tutors, business professionals and MBA alumni. Current staff and past MBA students from this university span the globe and offer extensive, diverse, cross cultural business experiences.

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