A photo of some of the MBA graduates who were supported in the Gulf by MDCI.
MDCI would like to congratulate the fifteen new MBA students who graduate this January 2015. They have gained the latest management skills and knowledge through studying this two year programme locally supported in the Middle East by MDCI.
The graduates were from leading and local organisations from across the region. Seven graduates from Oman, four from Qatar, two from Bahrain and three from Saudi Arabia.
Sarah Fewster Alumni Manager for Hull University Business School says ‘ Graduation is an important day in the Business School calendar providing the opportunity for us to celebrate the success of our latest cohort of graduates. We were especially delighted to celebrate the achievements of our MBA graduates from the Middle East – many of whom have had to balance work and family commitments together with their academic studies. We wish our graduates every success in their future endeavours and are really proud to have been at the start of their journey.’
Below are some of the recent graduates have shared their stories of their Hull MBA experiences;
Yahya Al Mull, director information technology council of representatives, received his MBA certificate from Hameed Karimi of MDCI (24.02.15)
Ahmed Al Jahdhami (Director at Ministry of sport) 2nd from the right
People who are interested in studying an MBA should gain awareness and find out more about studying the University of Hull’s MBA programme delivered in Bahrain and Oman.