The Dubai Centre operates as a not-for profit venture. It offers MSc programmes in Aviation management, Executive MBA, tailor made executive education and high profile networking events. The quality of education is guaranteed with London-based faculty flying in to provide the programmes.
Executive MBA in Dubai
The Cass EMBA in Dubai is tailored to meet the challenging and ever-changing agenda of managers and potential business leaders in the Gulf and Middle East and North Africa. As such, it incorporates electives which directly reflect the industries and services that power the region.
In 2015 the Financial Times ranked the Cass EMBA fifth in the UK, 14th in Europe and 32nd in the world.
Contact the Dubai office:
T: +97 14 401 9318
Tailor-made Executive Education
Cass Business School offers tailored programmes for companies and public institutions across the region. We can design and deliver a programme that meets the specific needs of your business.
The Executive PhD
The Executive PhD has been developed by two leading European business schools - Cass Business School (UK) and TIAS School for Business and Society (The Netherlands). The partnership boasts access to first class modern teaching facilities and learning environments in the City of London and Tilburg, together with extensive global business and alumni networks.
MSc programmes in Aviation
City, University of London has been running Masters courses in Air Transport Management, Air Safety Management (initiated by the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators) and Aircraft Maintenance Management (supported by AJ Walter Aviation) since 1997. The MSc programmes have over 400 students worldwide, including 90 current students from the Gulf region.
Find out more about the MSc programmes in Aviation:
- MSc Aircraft Maintenance Management
- MSc Airport Management
- MSc Air Transport Management
- MSc Air Safety Management
Recruitment and admission advice for other programmes
Our team in Dubai provides guidance and advice to prospective students who wish to study at City, University of London.