NIBS launches ultimate degree forbusiness leaders
NOBEL International Business School (NIBS) in Accra, Ghana, has launched an innovative executive education programme designed and customised to prepare busy business leaders and executives for an internationally accredited Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree programme, in affiliation with the Swiss Business School (SBS), Zurich, Switzerland.
The programme began on May 28 with its first module at the NIBS Campus, 7 Oleander Street, East Legon, Accra.
The President and Executive Dean of NIBS, Prof. Kwaku Atuahene-Gime said: “The NIBS doctoral programme helps executives to develop the ‘practitioner-scholar’ ability to navigate new business challenges by making evidence-based decisions.
Professor Per V. Jenster, the Vice President of NIBS said:
“As business problems grow in complexity in Africa, new knowledge and practices must be generated by the new generation of business leaders.
Professor John Meewella, a member of the NIBS international advisory board said: “At NIBS, we facilitate success in completing your doctorate without interrupting your work by offering ease of application and enrolment, a cohort model of admission, a modular delivery format of a few days few two months, a doctoral advisory board with over 30 world-renowned professors, the provision of technical assistance, doctoral thesis writing seminars and other features specifically designed to ensure high completion rates. We give you the perfect platform to leverage your experience, expertise and insights to do what you have always wanted to do – to make an original contribution to your profession by redefining and advancing knowledge and areas of practice.”
Summing up the need for such a unique programme, Prof.Atuahene-Gima said: “Many say this is a new dawn for Africa, but the dawn requires executive creativity and innovation in business practices to emerge and shine. Our Doctoral Programme for experienced business leaders and executives helps you to discover, lead and share new organizational knowledge and practices that would nourish the new African dawn.”
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