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Edinburgh Business School is a part of Heriot-Watt University, one of the oldest universities in Britain. It is named after its founders, the two prominent Scotch: James Watt, an engineer and inventor, and prominent fantasist George Heriot. The citizens of Edinburgh are proud of their contribution to the civilization.
Edinburgh Business School owns the house of Adam Smith, a prominent economist of the XVIII century, who managed to describe the modern capitalistic economy.
Business School Advantages
- The MBA programme of the Edinburgh Business School is considered among the best international programmes. It was listed in the Financial Times rating of the “Online MBA Listing” as the largest international programme in 2011 and 2012 and the second largest MBA in the world in 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 years.
- The Business School is also valued in the world of business — over 40% of Fortune 500 companies employ Edinburgh Business School graduates.
- Edinburgh Business School, with its global network of alumni and high recognition of large companies and the media in many countries, can offer you educational programs and professional development programs, aimed at developing the personal knowledge and abilities that will result in improving the quality of work of your organization. MBA programs, according to specialists, are the programs of professional changes, or programs to promote your career growth.
The value and quality of Edinburgh Business School diplomas are guaranteed by Heriot-Watt University that holds a Royal Charter. Therefore School considers unnecessary to apply for additional accreditation.
The School is submitted to all academic procedures of Heriot-Watt University. The School is ran by a Board of Directors consisted of British businessmen and researchers. The University has consistently maintained high educational standards, which are certified by inspections of the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for Higher Education in the UK.