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Modular MBA Students Complete Program

  Sep 2, 2016

The Modular Masters of Business Administration students completed the 2.5 year program by celebrating a special thanksgiving Mass at the Business school’s chapel. The mass was celebrated by Fr. Andrew Massawe from Holy Cross Catholic Parish and Fr. Simon Kanji from Kianyaga parish, who were also students of the class. During the service, Fr. Massawe acknowledged the class’ commitment to chaplaincy activities. In addition to the service, the 45 students from various industries and countries dined together in celebration. The students attributed their exceptional MBA experience to faculty, peer-learning as well as the week long international module in IESE Business School, Spain.

The students held experiential learning visits to leading companies in Kenya and Spain. In addition, they gathered practical insights from captains of the industry, whereby various industry leaders would share their experiences in leadership and management with the students. Some of the guest speakers included: Mr. Michael Macharia – Founder and Group CEO, Seven Seas Technologies (SST) Group, Dr. Julius Kipng’etich – CEO, Uchumi Supermarkets, Ms. Shee Gill – Director, Transactions and Restructuring, KPMG East Africa.

About Modular MBA Program

In today’s complex and competitive business environment, flexibility has become a key requirement for organisations and individuals. Strathmore Business School’s (SBS) Modular MBA captures the best of both through a mixed-mode structure. Employees and managers can “learn as they earn” while at the same time enjoying classroom experience through short teaching blocks well spread over the year. It helps them develop their talent and harness competencies necessary for the next level by unlocking their inner potential to discover new horizons.

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