Sell It To Me: EAHM

The EAHM in Dubai has launched an programme that allows hospitality professionals to pursue an MBA degree - even while they have full time jobs

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What is your latest course offering?

The MBA in International Hospitality Management.

What are some of ITS benefits?

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The flexible nature of the course allows for full- or part-time involvement, which means you do not have to quit your job. There is also a wide access to an international network of partners in the hospitality industry.

Is the course designed for fresh graduates or hospitality professionals?

The programme is designed for both. The MBA will enable the candidate to start or boost their career in hospitality.

What is the price range for the course?

US$27245 (AED100,070).

What other courses do you offer?

We offer professional training & development courses ranging from one- to three-months. These courses are designed for working professionals who would like to improve their skills in areas such as: HR, leadership, food and beverages, customer services and finance.

What benefits do you offer over other colleges and universities?

Our graduates have a 96% job placement record.

How can I contact you?

You can email us at info@emiratesacademy.edu, or call us on +9714 315 5555 for additional details.

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