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EDULINK International Campus Director Kanishka Weeramunda stated that in an integrated global economy, it will be important to not only learn about the local business landscape but on a global context. He said that it is widely accepted that practical knowledge of business practices, cultures and market dynamics around the world are fundamental to being successful in business nowadays. Therefore the MBA from the University of Northampton is geared to impart a broad-based management and integrated view of business that has an international orientation to its curriculum as well as in the course material. He added that classroom and group work discussions are not anchored on the business practices of any single country, but rather reference different regions or countries. He also pointed out that EDULINK’s close relationships with industry has enabled them to offer employment for graduates in some if the top blue chip organisations.

With a global content integrated throughout its curriculum, and their commitment to giving students a strong global perspective, the MBA programme at EDULINK International Campus is well positioned as an industry leader backed by a reputation for excellence in teaching and research. 


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