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MT GUIDE TO BUSINESS EDUCATION & TRAINING: - PROFILE: The Said Business School was founded in 1996 as part of the University of Oxford and is ranked by the FT as a leading global business school. The full-time MBA programme is truly international, with 70

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

PROFILE: The Said Business School was founded in 1996 as part of the University of Oxford and is ranked by the FT as a leading global business school. The full-time MBA programme is truly international, with 70% of MBA students from outside Europe. SBS is integrated into the University of Oxford, drawing on its broad-ranging academic strengths and placing great emphasis on interaction between faculty and student.

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION: The full-time MBA programme has a class size of 140 and the new Executive MBA will be taking up to 50 in the first year, starting in January 2004. As with the full-time MBA, the Executive Programme will consist of core courses, electives and project work carried out for the sponsoring company. Each student not only joins SBS but is also offered membership of one of the Oxford Colleges.

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