Amity opens its campuses in London and Singapore

Amity has opened its new campuses in London and Singapore.The students enrolled in these campuses will get a chance to study one semester in UK, one semester in Singapore and one semester in India, with a globally recognised degree from Anglia Ruskin University, a leading UK University, credited, recognised the world over. After the completion of the course they will get two years work visa of UK. The fee structure in Amity Global Business Schools is highly subsidised The programmes that Amity Global Business Schools are offering from their first session starting from September, 2009 onwards includes MBA (1 year Full Time), MBA (2 Years Full Time), M. Sc. Management (1 Year Full Time) and BA (Hons) Business Management (3 years Full Time) for Indian as well as foreign students.

How to apply:
Application forms are available at Amity Campus, Sector 44, Noida on payment of Rs 1000. Interviews will be conducted after shortlisting the applications. On September 14-18 pre-orientation session will be held. You can also download form from www.amitylondon.org.uk for London and www.amitysingapore.sg for Singapore.

New courses in aviation studies
The Centre for Aviation Studies, Gurgaon, under the aegis of the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, has launched an e-MBA programme in aviation management and a PG Diploma in aviation studies. These courses are specifically designed for aviation personnel interested in upgrading their qualifications with the aim of moving up the value chain. CAS expects that in the future, the aviation industry will become leaner and aggressively competitive, where multi-skilled people will do well. This is where the new courses are supposed to help. The structure of these programmes ensures that they would not disrupt the study or work schedule of the enrolees. For details, contact Chetna Phutela (M: 9911355120), e-mail: casenquiry@upes.ac.in

 

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