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INSOFE Launches MBA Program For Techno-Managers

We have an integrated curriculum that is designed to make a real impact within your organisation and the world.

INSOFE, in collaboration with the Sprott School of Business and Carleton University, has launched an MBA program for techno-managers. The program is aimed at business management professionals and business leaders looking to build a data-driven ecosystem for solving business challenges. Fresh graduates, working professionals and entrepreneurs are eligible to apply.

The MBA program will have an industry-relevant curriculum. The students will have post-study work permit options and quality career opportunities. The program also offers exposure to artificial intelligence and machine learning. 


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“We have an integrated curriculum which is designed to make a real impact within your organisation and the world. We want to make sure you leave our program with a deep understanding of the connections between strategy, global awareness, sustainability, responsible leadership and entrepreneurship,” said Dr Robin Ritchie, associate dean, Professional Graduate Programs, Carleton University.

President and co-founder, INSOFE, Dr Dakshinamurthy V Kolluru said, “This program is a full-fledged MBA from Carleton University. You will go there on a student visa and post that you are eligible to apply for a post-graduate work permit.”

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Shraddha Goled
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