MT GUIDE TO BUSINESS EDUCATION & TRAINING: Open University Business School

MT GUIDE TO BUSINESS EDUCATION & TRAINING: Open University Business School - PROFILE: Formed in 1983 as part of The Open University (founded 1969). The OUBS portfolio includes the prestigious MBA, the Professional Diploma and Professional Certificate in M

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

PROFILE: Formed in 1983 as part of The Open University (founded 1969). The OUBS portfolio includes the prestigious MBA, the Professional Diploma and Professional Certificate in Management, and specialist programmes in Business Studies, Law and Accounting. The OUBS MBA is accredited by both the Association of MBAs and by Equis, the international quality kitemark.

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION: OUBS programmes are backed by a world-renowned Research Unit, conducting work in leading fields, including supply chain management, performance measurement and innovation. OUBS courses are presented by 'distance learning' - a combination of course materials, online resources, self and face-to-face study. The quality of our materials is second to none.

RECENT CLIENTS: Many of our students are sponsored individually. OUBS can offer its existing portfolio or specially tailored courses to corporate clients. Clients and sponsors include: Aer Lingus, Ciba Vision, Electricite de France, Halifax, KPMG, NHS Executive, Royal Mail and Wang Global.

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