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Henley MT13 Starter Workshop

In October 2018, Henley Business School welcomed the thirteenth intake from Malta for the Starter Workshop at the Greenlands campus in the UK. The group of 25 executives, managers, and entrepreneurs were joined by their counterparts from Finland, which helped our programme members embark on their international networking journey. For the first time, the Malta cohort included five Georgian students, through a collaboration effort with Henley Malta’s Georgian partners.

On the first day, the cohorts took part in team building and icebreaker activities which will form a solid foundation for the following 30 months of intensive study. The three-day workshop served as an introduction to the Henley Flexible Executive MBA with sessions on Leadership, Personal Development, and Research and Study skills.

The programme members will meet approximately once every 8 weeks to cover each module of the MBA via interactive workshops that provide an opportunity to offer practical solutions to improve their organisations. All of this would be supported by the continuous support of the Henley Malta team.

The Henley MBA is the only MBA programme available locally that ranks within the top MBAs in the world with triple accreditation through AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS.

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Our short courses offer both individuals and employee teams the opportunity to efficiently boost their skills and update their knowledge in manageable, bite-size course formats. Our wide range of courses spans from highly technical topics to more personal, mind-set related ones.

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