Dr Nabil El Kadhi, President, Mena College of Management
The Mena College of Management in Dubai has invited 12th graders and parents to attend the Open Day to be held on April 18 as the management has prepared a number of opportunities for fresh students seeking job placement in the vast field of management.
Dr Nabil El Kadhi, President, Mena College of Management said the students of the 12th grade and the future will attend the Open Day before making a crucial decision for their future. He stressed that there was an opportunity for students to make a promising decision for a wonderful professional future by choosing the Mena College of Management. The college has been offering courses in fields of health, tourism and human resources, which keep pace with the development of education in the UAE and also respond to market requirements through programmes and specialisation courses.
“Our programmes keep up with the development of the UAE and meet the needs of the labour market through the wide range of latest courses enhanced with the integration of modern learning tools as well as highly qualified teaching staff.
The college is offering degrees in Bachelor in Hospital administration, bachelor in hospitality management, bachelor in health sciences and bachelor in human resources management.
Deserving students can apply for scholarships available in merit scholarship, strategic partners’ scholarship, professional employees scholarship and social scholarship while meeting the criteria announced by the management.
El Kadhi pointed that the “MCM aspires to be a regionally recognised premier college for its offer of high quality academic programmes, which are underpinned by research and that produces work-ready graduates in the field of management, and for its provision of a range of high quality professional services to the community.”
Through great teaching and learning, combined with great student experiences, the college is offering degree, diploma, graduate and certificate programmes that will help students to meet their goals of professional career.
He stressed that the Open Day which will be held at the new location in Al Manara area, Dubai on April 18 between 2 to 8 pm and will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Mena College of Management, its programmes and facilities and to identify the academic staff with its long and distinguished experience.
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