Rationale of the Program
The increasing internationalisation and globalisation of business is having a dramatic effect on the developing countries in particular. There is increasing demand for business graduates with a strong understanding of the challenges of business from Global Perspectives.
The Masters in Business Administration program is designed for students who normally have completed an undergraduate degree program and/or have significant experience in business management but who wish to gain knowledge of business at an advanced level. It provides a conversion path for students who have completed an undergraduate honours degree in Business administration or a non-business subject or who need to revisit core elements of an undergraduate business degree.
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The MSc Accounting and Finance programme is suitable for anyone wishing to acquire specialist knowledge within the realm of accountancy and finance, and who aspire to pursue a career in the financial sector, either as an analyst or accountant. This programme offers a suite modules, core and optional, which will enable learners to choose some modules to suit their individual needs and interest.
This MSc is also suitable for individuals who aim to become professionally qualified accountants as it offers modules which are closely aligned to the Professional level syllabus of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualification. By choosing a set combination of modules, learners can simultaneously cover key aspects of ACCA's Professional level syllabus
MBA Master of Business administration
The MBA is an internationally recognised and respected qualification for managers. Applicants are from both the public and private sectors in the UK and abroad.
The teaching programme is aimed at those who are looking to develop their careers and at 'high flyers' that need an understanding of all the major functions of business providing generalist knowledge for prospective leaders.
In addition to enhancing successful students' career prospects, the course aims to encourage independent and creative thinkers. This is done by following the UK Quality Assurance Agency guidelines in giving students a 'strong practical and professional orientation' differentiating it from other masters programmes.
All students complete seven taught modules, (five compulsory core modules and two optional modules), together with a final dissertation/project.
International Leadership Institute Jointly with the University of Greenwich Convened the 7TH Joint International Conference on Women’s Role in the Sustainable Development of Africa Friday, November 27, 2015
With 2015 being a Year of Women Empowerment and Development towards Africa’s Agenda 2063, International leadership Institute (ILI) jointly with the University of Greenwich (UoG) organized the 7th joint international conference.
This year’s conference was organized under the theme of Women’s Role in the Sustainable Development of Africa. The year 2015 has been dedicated to empower women in the continent to achieve gender equality in every sector. More or less the continent started to witness gender equality in some countries. The number of women in business, agriculture, education, health and industry is increasing and we are having women entrepreneurs and successful women farmers better than previous decades. Women representation in politics through quota system has also increased than ever before.
The conference has started with an opening remark delivered by the president of ILI Prof. Badeg Bekele and Dr. Tesfa Mariam, Research Representative of UoG. Then followed by keynote addresses Dr. Tewabech Bishaw, Founding and Managing Director of Alliance for Brain-Gain and Innovative Development (ABIDE) and Mrs. Mulu Solomon General Manager of Right Vision international P.L.C and President of Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (ECCSA).
On this event, nine researches have been presented by researchers from different universities of Ethiopia. The event has managed to gather officials, researchers, students and academicians from various national and international organizations, universities, NGO’s and institutions.
By: Bethelhem Taye