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Imperial Distance Learning MBA Launch New January Intake

30 January 2012

Representing an array of industries including; finance, healthcare, IT, education and engineering, and with an average of over 10 years' individual experience, the new students join a group of outstanding individuals bringing truly global perspectives to the programme where close communication and collaboration enables students to benefit from an extensive international community.

Distance Learning MBA Programme Director, Dr Marcel Cohen was delighted with the response. "I am always astonished at the high standard of entrant to our programme and this January is no exception!" he commented.

Enabling students to commit to an initial module before commencing their full studies the following September, the January start also gives students the flexibility to assess their work, home and study commitments and work out the number of modules they can commit to in future years.

New student Ibiada Ayodeji from Nigeria is already enjoying the benefits of studying by Distance Learning. "I started the MBA programme this January and in the past two weeks it's been an awesome experience. In just a little time, I have learnt so much that could take me places and even things I can apply effectively in my business."

Ayodeji concludes "Also key above all is the institution itself, a renowned one that can open doors in so many places. I just started but just by having it on my CV is granting me audience already."

For more information about Study Group's Distance Learning MBA, go to Imperial College.

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