Emirates Aviation College in Dubai has a new MBA programme in Supply Chain Management starting in September this year, the college announced recently.
It continues to offer its Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism, Business Studies as well as BSc and MBA in Aviation managements.
The college has good links and employment opportunities in the UAE, as most of their graduates are employed by Emirates, other airlines plus tourism boards, hotels and more according to Dr Ahmad Al Ali, deputy vice chancellor, Emirates Aviation College.
“All of our diploma courses are accredited by Edexcel in the UK and all our degree and MBA programmes are offered in collaboration with Coventry University in the UK and are awarded by them,” he said.
The teachers come from Europe, Canada, the USA as well as from the Middle East. The college is, says, Al Alim, “A unique college, for in a sense we offer vocational, academic and postgraduate education as well as tailor made programmes for Emirates based on a "work based learning" concept.
The Emirates Aviation college is spread over three buildings near Dubai International Airport and provides training and development courses for company staff and partner organizations While the Emirates CAE flight training facility has training service agreements with a number of regional and international airlines.
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