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Bradford MBA Manila to hold Master Class on Competitive Firm Strategies

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Prof. Jim Kayalar

The University of Bradford School of Management Manila (Bradford MBA Manila) invites students, business leaders, and other interested parties to its Master Class on “Competitive Firm Strategies in Emerging Markets”.

This will be held on September 4, 2013, 12:00 NN at the Bradford MBA Manila campus, ground floor of the Makati Stock Exchange, Ayala Avenue, Makati City.

The Master Class is free of charge and open to the public. For inquiries and seat reservation, please call +632-4748345, +632-5019347 or email contact@bradfordmanila.com.

Prof. Jim Kayalar, current faculty of the school will be presiding the lecture. Prof. Kayalar is the managing director of Business Tune-up, a New Jersey-based management consulting company which focuses on strategic marketing and operational management on an international basis for small, medium and large corporations. He completed his MBA in Business Administration at the University of Western Australia. He has had many publications in the Harvard Business Review.

As of 2012, Bradford MBA is one of only 57 business schools across the world that has achieved the ‘triple crown’ of accreditations from AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) and AMBA (the Association of MBAs). These accreditations differentiate a business school in terms of quality, rigour and relevance. No other MBA Program in the Philippines is so widely accredited.

The Bradford School of Management recently received a number of other plaudits. The Financial Times rankings continue to place Bradford among Europe’s top 50 business schools.  The latest QS Global 200 report shows that international employers rank BSOM among the world’s top 200 business schools that they want to recruit from.

Bradford MBA Manila accepts MBA candidates quarterly with the next intake being this October. For more details on the Master Class and Bradford MBA Manila, log on to its official web site at www.bradfordmanila.com.

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