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|| "Schools, Students Flock to Dubai", says Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal has an interesting article about the European business schools opening branches in Dubai:

"London Business School and Cass Business School are among the latest to announce programs in Dubai. They join INSEAD, Manchester Business School and Maastricht School of Management, among others in the region.

"'Big management challenges occur where there's a great explosion of growth ... and therefore it's a good place for a top business school to be engaged,' said Nigel Banister, chief of the Manchester school's international programs". Read the full story on Wall Street Journal

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