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Flexible Executive MBA group started in October 2014 - Henley Business School Finland

Flexible Executive MBA group started in October 2014

The redesigned MBA programme with inspiring novelties and value adding content started in October 14. A group of 19 new MBA students, FN16, gathered for a kick-off day at Savoy in Helsinki. A week later the Starter workshop will be held at Greenalands in Henley-on-Thames. There we will join the German, Maltese and Asian MBA group, and will get the first touch of what the Henley MBA learning journey is all about.

In November it is time for their first workshop in Helsinki โ€“ Managing Processes and Systems. The next step is to integrate theory with practice by completing an assignment developing their companies.

We wish you all good luck!

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00100 Helsinki, Finland

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