Mini-MBA Course Aims To Help 'Fast-Track' Way Into Business

Queen's University Belfast have announced the latest, Mini-MBA course, an intensive five-day day programme on business fundamentals.

The course, designed and delivered by the William J Clinton Leadership Institute, is aimed at those starting out and hoping to "fast-track" their business career, and those already in work but seeking an that extra advantage to reach the next stage.

The Mini-MBA programme will give an insight into the modern business world, what to expect and how to maximise impact.

This programme is delivered by experienced practitioners who will translate key business concepts and theories into practical application demonstrated through tried and tested learning experiences.

The programme will cover:

• leadership and strategy

• marketing and sales

• finance essentials

• people and performance

• case study and assessment

The programme will take place between 18-22 July at Riddel Hall, Belfast.

Full information is available here.


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