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LSBF and Manhattan Institute of Management MIM join forces to offer Executive Education courses in New York

London, 13 January 2016 – London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) and Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM) today announced a new agreement that allows applicants interested in selected LSBF’s executive programmes to study at the MIM campus, which is located in the Wall Street area, the financial heart of New York City. 

This opportunity to study in the heart of New York is intended for students who are looking for international exposure, flexibility, and access to global employers in one of the world’s most important economic centres. The programmes available are four Postgraduate Certificates and the miniMBA programme.

Founded in 1984, MIM has vast experience working with European institutions, both large and small. In addition to its prime location, the school has a solid track record with 23 other satisfied international partners, and a world-renowned In-Company Training Program.

MIM’s President, Joseph Ohayon, had glowing remarks about the partnership. He said: “Global University Systems is an organization that we have admired from afar for quite a while. Seeing how their organization grew from just four students to over 50,000 speaks for itself. Through working together with them, the mutual benefit of our organizations will be apparent right from the start.”

Professor Maurits van Rooijen, Rector and Chief Executive Officer at LSBF, said: “International exposure is crucial for professionals to understand the elements affecting today’s global economy and that’s why we are very pleased to be working with the Manhattan Institute of Management. Our agreement will enable us to offer our students the possibility to study in one of the world’s greatest cities.”

“By working in partnership with universities, employers and other key players in the knowledge economy, our group plays a pivotal role in the globalisation of the sector and expanding access to quality education worldwide,” added Professor van Rooijen.

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