Edwards School of Business, Canada invites applications for Edwards MBA admission 2014. The N. Murray Edwards School of Business, also known as the Edwards School of Business, is located on the University of Saskatchewan campus in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Formerly the College of Commerce, the school was renamed in 2007 to honour N. Murray Edwards, an alumnus and entrepreneur.
The University of Saskatchewan MBA has an intensive and highly integrated format that develops the management ability of students in an applied and useful way. Students learn the people skills of management such as how to manage, how to communicate effectively, and how to lead.
The University of Saskatchewan MBA programme includes focused learning and integration of business concepts. Each course is offered consecutively in a modular format. Courses are scheduled in three week durations creating an intensive learning environment that immerses students in the subject area while allowing flexibility in scheduling their MBA education. Students learn how business concepts are integrated into business decisions through a combination of applied courses, exercises, case studies and projects incorporating each functional business area.
Edwards MBA Admission Requirements:
Edwards MBA admission 2014 application process:
Candidates need to apply online.
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Edwards MBA admission 2014 application deadline: 31 March 2014
For more information, contact:
Contact Address: Edwards School of Business Edwards MBA Programme256 - 3rd Avenue South Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L9
Tel: (306) 966-8678
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