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C

ompany

E

xecutive Master

of

Business Administration

For Innovative

Leaders

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With such awards as Ernst & Young Master Entrepreneur 2001, The University

of the West Indies Caribbean Luminaries Award 2002, The University of the

West Indies Honourary Doctorate 2002 and a recipient of the Chaconia Gold

Medal in August 2004 (Second highest honour of the Republic of Trinidad &

Tobago), it is no wonder that Arthur Lok Jack is a well known and respected

name for his expertise in the business field.

He has been for many years and continues to be a significant part in Trinidad

and Tobago’s business arena. His portfolio includes but is not limited to:

Past Chairman for Trinidad & Tobago Export Development Corporation; Past

President of Trinidad & Tobago Manufacturers Association – TTMA; Chairman/

CEO Associated Brands Group of Companies consisting of Sunshine Snacks,

Charles Candy, Universal Foods and Consolidated Biscuit (Trinidad) Ltd;

Chairman for Consolidated Biscuits Malta and Sunshine Snacks Malta; Neal

& Massy Holdings Limited; Guardian Holdings Limited and Caribbean Airlines

Limited; Past Director of RBTT Financial Holdings Limited. He is also a Director

of the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business.

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Pioneering

The Lok Jack GSB is a major provider of Business

Education, Executive Training, Management

Consulting and Research in the Caribbean.

The Lok Jack GSB is:

• A Centre of Excellence for Training and

Development for the Commonwealth

Secretariat.

• A Partner Institute with the World

Economic Forum for the Annual Global

Competitiveness Report.

• A network member of The Fraser Institute in the

production of the Economic Freedom of the

World Report.

• The Caribbean’s leading business school offering

internationally recognised MBA programmes

which are fully accredited by the Association of

MBAs in the United Kingdom.

The Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business,

UWI is an internationally accredited business

school, which has been in existence since 1989.

Largely founded by the private sector of Trinidad

and Tobago, the Lok Jack GSB was borne out

of the recognition of a need to support higher

education, develop individual & organisational

capacity and promote global competitiveness.

UWI

- A regional institution over 65 years

- Strong focus on and demonstration of

regional integration

- Strategic imperative to improve access

to quality education

- Internationally recognised brand in the

Caribbean

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Over the last 20 years, the Lok

Jack GSB has been driven by the

mission to develop great leaders

with the ability to guide national

and regional development.

(5)

from the

Executive Director

We have had tremendous success

in achieving this mission and are

now defining a new way forward that

positions our graduates to compete,

innovate and grow in the world of

global business. Pursuing an MBA is

one of the most important decisions

you will make in your life and doing

it at the right School is even more

important. The EMBA at the Lok Jack

GSB will expose you to business

ideas, practices and experiences

that prepare you to manage and

innovate in challenging markets.

Can the people of the Caribbean

and Latin America succeed in the

dynamic and challenging global

market? In recent times, we have

seen the emergence of new

markets and new market leaders in

the global economy. The Caribbean

and Latin America, with dynamics

that mirror the Asian market and with

less than half of China’s population,

produce significantly more than

the Asian giant and offers a very

attractive and dynamic internal

market, especially in terms of relative

purchasing power. These changing

conditions require a new generation

of business managers, leaders, new

rule breakers and rule makers in

charge of changing the world order.

We are committed to providing

an educational experience that

builds the discipline of the mind and

positions our students to emerge as

leaders and winners, creating new

market spaces in an uncertain and

volatile economy.

Our world class faculty integrate

the best practices of the

developed world, with the

disruptive practices of leading

firms operating in unpredictable

business atmospheres. Our

curriculum incorporates, across

several workshops, seminars and

extra-curricular activities, a learning

platform aimed to ignite critical

thinking, creativity, innovation,

and collaboration, emphasizing

in its content and delivery, rigour,

relevance, and return on your

investment.

The decision is up to you; do you

want to be a protagonist or a

witness? Do you want to lead or to

follow? Do you want to be a rule

breaker or a rule taker? I invite you to

immerse yourself in a new paradigm

of the art, science and practice of

management.

welcome

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Global leaders

Our graduates are leaders, driven by academic thinking,

research and experience. They possess local, regional

and global perspectives, enabling the formulation of

strategy for global business and development and

application in local and regional contexts. They are

responsible and ethical leaders, demonstrating

ethical and socially responsible behaviour in

corporate governance and workplace practices.

Skilled practitioners

Our graduates are skilled in a range of business

practices. They are able to use and manipulate

a range of tools in the functional areas of

business and management to enhance the

competitiveness of people and organisations.

make a difference

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Team players

Our graduates are team players, bringing

individual excellence to any project and

harnessing the capabilities of others to

deliver winning results.

Innovators and change agents

Our graduates are solution providers, applying current

concepts, principles and practices to develop solutions

that are competitive, socially responsible and reflective

of high ethical standards. The Lok Jack GSB graduate

is able to engender change and demonstrate

intrapreneurial behaviours within firms or pioneer

entrepreneurial ventures within industry.

make a difference

Executive Positioning

Courses offered in the In-Company EMBA reflect cutting

edge perspectives in management and leadership

thinking. The programme is geared to equip participants

with the concepts and tools necessary to successfully

engage, compete and innovate in an extremely

competitive and dynamic global business environment.

Participants will be able to reposition themselves and their

companies as leaders in the global space.

International Accreditation

The EMBA is the flagship programme of the Arthur Lok

Jack Graduate School of Business, UWI. The programme

is internationally accredited by the Association of MBAs in

the United Kingdom. This is a significant quality standard

that has only been achieved by less than 20% of

business schools worldwide.

Customisation

All courses and topics in the programme will be

customised for the Guyana business environment, and

to seek to address issues pertinent and relevant to the

country. Efforts will also be made to develop a cadre of

local lecturers and facilitators to continue the work of the

programme over the long term. Additionally, the Business

School is committed to working closely with members

of the local business community and Government on

an ongoing basis to ensure that our programmes and

activities remain relevant, applicable and beneficial to

the citizens of Guyana.

Convenience

All courses for the In-Company EMBA will be delivered

in Georgetown Guyana. Classes will be taught in

convenient 4-day or 2-day weekend sessions, scheduled

for the convenience of the busy executive. Further

assistance will be provided by the management and

staff of the Guyana Office. Additionally, students will have

access to all the online resources of the Business School.

Our online resources include online library resources such

as articles, case studies, presentations and research

databases, and the course management system, Lok

Jack eLearning.

Networking

One of the most important aspects of this programme

is the opportunity to join the esteemed Alumni network

of the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School Business. The

network includes some of the top international and

regional leaders in business and government in the

Caribbean.

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International Partnerships

The Lok Jack GSB has linkages/

partnerships with:

• Florida International University

• Harvard Business School

• Manchester Business School

• George Washington University

• University of Delhi

• Concordia University

• Universidad Adolfo Ibanez

Alumni

When you become an alumnus, you

continue your connection with the Lok

Jack GSB on a professional and social

level and with over 1,500 alumni; the

network you are exposed to can be

invaluable.

Our networking services include:

• Open invitations to all students and

alumni events including: The Ideas

Forum, Seminars & Conferences

• Student and alumni get-togethers

• Sports & Family Day

relationships

&

networking

Satnarine Bachew

General Manager, Trinidad Cement Limited

Graduate of Lok Jack GSB

Graduating with my EMBA from the Lok Jack GSB, formerly known as the IOB, was the

most satisfying project I have completed in my career. The quality of learning was

indeed clearly aligned to the pursuit of excellence . The opportunity to work in teams and

robust classroom discussions stand out as the hallmark of first class long lasting learning

experiences . Networking with fellow MBA colleagues is adding value up to this day.

The pursuit of quality business education is of paramount importance for widening and

deepening the scope of Managers and Leaders.

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Comparison with on-Campus EMBA - Differences

On - Campus

On - Campus

36 hours per course

36 hours per course

Contact hours

12 core and

2 electives

Number of courses

12 core and

2 electives

Face to face

components

Delivery mode

Face to face

components

Practicum

Research project

Practicum

Senior Managers

Class pro le

Senior Managers

In-Company

Strategic Management

Focus on

Strategy course

Innovation and Internationalisation

Management Accounting

Corporate Finance and

Management Accounting

Face to face components

Delivery mode

Face to face components with technology

used to replicate classroom context

Taught in a series

of workshops

Research skills

Taught as components of particular core

courses and both elective courses

Participants choose from

all options available

Selection of electives

Designed by the Programme Director based

on industry and sectoral needs

In-Company

Trimester 5: September - December, 2011

Trimester 1: May - August, 2010

Trimester 2: September - December, 2010

Trimester 3: January - April, 2011

Trimester 4: May - August, 2011

PROGRAMME

STRUCTURE

Delivery

Course Title

April 2010 (online) Finance and Accounting Concepts (Workshop - 12 hours) Self-administered questions Fri 7th to Mon 10th May 2010

(Face to face; online support) Communication,

Collaboration & Networking

(36 hours) Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework

(30%) Final Examination (40%)

(April 2010) Fri 11th to Mon 14th June 2010

(Face to face) Organisational Behaviour

and Development (36 hours)

Sat 10th to Sun 11th July 2010 (Session 1 - Face to face) Sat 24th to Sun 25th July 2010

(Session 2 - face to face) Online support Financial

Statement Analysis (36 hours)

Participants choose from all options available Selection of electives

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

2 Customized Electives for the Guyana Industry

Fri 3rd to Mon 6th September 2010 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Marketing

Management

(36 hours) Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework (30%) Final Examination (40%) (December 2010) Sat 2nd to Sun 3rd October 2010

(Session 1- Face to face) Sat 16th to Sun 17th October 2010

(Session 2 - Face to face) Quantitative Business

Analysis (36 hours)

Sat 6th to Sun 7th November 2010 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Sat 20th to Sun 21st November 2010

(Session 2 - Videoconference) Global Macroeconomics

and the Caribbean Business Environment (36 hours)

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Sat 8th to Sun 9th January 2011 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Sat 22nd to Sun 23rd January 2011

(Session 2 - Videoconference) Management (36) Information Systems Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework (30%) Final Examination (40%) (April 2011) Fri 4th to Mon 7th February 2011

(Session 1- Face to face) Fundamentals of

Human Resource Management (36)

Sat 5th to Sun 6th March 2011 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Sat 19th to Sun 20th March 2011

(Session 2 – Face to face; online support) Production and Operations Management

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Fri 6th to Mon 9th May 2011 (Session 1 - Face to face) Innovation and Internationalisation (36 hours) Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework (30%) Final Examination (40%) (August 2011) Fri 10th to Mon 13th June 2011

(Session 1 - Face to face) Business Law,

Corporate Governance and Ethics (36)

Sat 25th to Sun 26th June 2011 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Fri 15th to Mon 16th July 2011

(Session 2 - Face to Face) Corporate Finance and Management Accounting

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Friday 16th September 2011 (Face to face) Customised Workshop

(8 hours) Individual Coursework(30%) Group Coursework

(30%) Final Examination

(40%) (December 2011) Sat 17th to Sun 18th Sept 2011

(Session 1 - Face to face) Sat 8th to Sun 9th October 2011

(Session 2 - Face to face) Sat 5th to Sun 6th Nov 2011

(Session 1 - Face to face) Sat 19th to Sun 20th Nov 2011

(Session 2 – Face to face) Customised Elective 1 Customised Elective 2 September 2011 to February 2012 Practicum

Assessment

Structure

In-Company Executive Master

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Comparison with on-Campus EMBA - Differences

On - Campus

On - Campus

36 hours per course

36 hours per course

Contact hours

12 core and

2 electives

Number of courses

12 core and

2 electives

Face to face

components

Delivery mode

Face to face

components

Practicum

Research project

Practicum

Senior Managers

Class pro le

Senior Managers

In-Company

Strategic Management

Focus on

Strategy course

Innovation and Internationalisation

Management Accounting

Corporate Finance and

Management Accounting

Face to face components

Delivery mode

Face to face components with technology

used to replicate classroom context

Taught in a series

of workshops

Research skills

Taught as components of particular core

courses and both elective courses

Participants choose from

all options available

Selection of electives

Designed by the Programme Director based

on industry and sectoral needs

In-Company

I was a member of Cohort 13 of the Executive MBA programme, and found it to be as rewarding as

it was rigorous. The Faculty provided a well structured and stimulating mix of local and international

lecturers, as well as invaluable, practical insights from Caribbean business leaders. Those insights

have helped to refine my own perspectives on business matters that I encounter daily.

Because the EMBA brings together seasoned professionals from diverse backgrounds, their

contributions are lively and impassioned and bring to life otherwise academic debates. The

diversity of my Cohort was indicative of the diverse nature of large companies and the interactions

Trimester 5: September - December, 2011

Trimester 1: May - August, 2010

Trimester 2: September - December, 2010

Trimester 3: January - April, 2011

Trimester 4: May - August, 2011

PROGRAMME

STRUCTURE

Delivery

Course Title

April 2010 (online) Finance and Accounting Concepts (Workshop - 12 hours) Self-administered questions Fri 7th to Mon 10th May 2010

(Face to face; online support) Communication,

Collaboration & Networking

(36 hours) Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework

(30%) Final Examination (40%)

(April 2010) Fri 11th to Mon 14th June 2010

(Face to face) Organisational Behaviour

and Development (36 hours)

Sat 10th to Sun 11th July 2010 (Session 1 - Face to face) Sat 24th to Sun 25th July 2010

(Session 2 - face to face) Online support Financial

Statement Analysis (36 hours)

Participants choose from all options available Selection of electives

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Fri 3rd to Mon 6th September 2010 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Marketing

Management

(36 hours) Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework (30%) Final Examination (40%) (December 2010) Sat 2nd to Sun 3rd October 2010

(Session 1- Face to face) Sat 16th to Sun 17th October 2010

(Session 2 - Face to face) Quantitative Business

Analysis (36 hours)

Sat 6th to Sun 7th November 2010 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Sat 20th to Sun 21st November 2010

(Session 2 - Videoconference) Global Macroeconomics

and the Caribbean Business Environment (36 hours)

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Sat 8th to Sun 9th January 2011 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Sat 22nd to Sun 23rd January 2011

(Session 2 - Videoconference) Management (36) Information Systems Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework (30%) Final Examination (40%) (April 2011) Fri 4th to Mon 7th February 2011

(Session 1- Face to face) Fundamentals of

Human Resource Management (36)

Sat 5th to Sun 6th March 2011 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Sat 19th to Sun 20th March 2011

(Session 2 – Face to face; online support) Production and Operations Management

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Fri 6th to Mon 9th May 2011 (Session 1 - Face to face) Innovation and Internationalisation (36 hours) Individual Coursework (30%) Group Coursework (30%) Final Examination (40%) (August 2011) Fri 10th to Mon 13th June 2011

(Session 1 - Face to face) Business Law,

Corporate Governance and Ethics (36)

Sat 25th to Sun 26th June 2011 (Session 1 - Face to Face) Fri 15th to Mon 16th July 2011

(Session 2 - Face to Face) Corporate Finance and Management Accounting

Assessment

Structure

Delivery

Course Title

Friday 16th September 2011 (Face to face) Customised Workshop

(8 hours) Individual Coursework(30%) Group Coursework

(30%) Final Examination

(40%) (December 2011) Sat 17th to Sun 18th Sept 2011

(Session 1 - Face to face) Sat 8th to Sun 9th October 2011

(Session 2 - Face to face) Sat 5th to Sun 6th Nov 2011

(Session 1 - Face to face) Sat 19th to Sun 20th Nov 2011

(Session 2 – Face to face) Customised Elective 1 Customised Elective 2 September 2011 to February 2012 Practicum

Assessment

Structure

In-Company Executive Master

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world class faculty

World Class Faculty

The hallmark of academic excellence is a

world-class faculty. The Lok Jack GSB has

found the ‘right mix’ of business leaders and

academics. Our Faculty is drawn from the

three campuses of The University of the West

Indies, as well as from top business schools

in North America, Europe and companies in

the local, regional and global environment.

This dual focus creates an enriching learning

experience for our students.

Members of Faculty

- Professor Miguel Carrillo

- Dr. Roland Baptiste

- Hulsie Bhaggan

- Terri Ann Brathwaite

- Howard Dottin

- Dr. Colin McDonald

- Zameer Mohammed

- Dr. Karen Murdock

- Dr. Ron Sookram

- Dr. Gwendoline Williams

- Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie

- Curt Wellington

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world class faculty

Zameer Mohammed holds a B.Sc. in Management and Geology, and a Post Graduate

Diploma in Education from The University of the West Indies. He also has a Master

in Education from The University of Toronto and an MBA in Corporate Strategy and

International Marketing from Maastricht School of Management. At present, he holds the

position of Assistant Vice President – Professional Education at The University of Trinidad and

Tobago (UTT) and has been a lecturer at the Lok Jack GSB for many years in the area of

Marketing.

Zameer Mohammed

Howard Dottin has been an adjunct faculty member of the Lok Jack GSB since 2000,

lecturing in Financial Strategy, Management Accounting and Financial Accounting on

the MBA programmes. He has been teaching Management Accounting since 1988.

His credentials include a fellowship of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants

and an Executive MBA.

Howard Dottin

Miss Hulsie Bhaggan has a multi-faceted career in banking, management consulting,

politics, trade-unionism and in social and civic development. Ms. Bhaggan holds a B.Sc.

in Management studies and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). She is currently a

Management lecturer at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business.

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Dr. Ron Sookram leads the Corporate Responsibility portfolio at the Arthur

Lok Jack Graduate School of Business. Over the past years this researcher,

lecturer, consultant and programme director has acquired valuable

knowledge and experience in this area and continues to function as a

key resource in promoting the understanding and practice of Corporate

Responsibility.

Dr. Colin McDonald holds a B.Sc in Economics and Management from The

University of the West Indies and an M.Sc. specialising in Project Planning and

Implementation from the International Training Centre, International Institute

For Aerospace Surveys and Earth Sciences in The Netherlands (Holland).

He later went on to complete a Ph.D. in Economics at The University of

Goettingen in Germany. Dr. McDonald is currently the Director, Centre for

Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Full time Lecturer in Strategy at the

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, Trinidad and Tobago.

Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie is Pro Vice-Chancellor, Planning and

Development at The University of the West Indies (UWI). He has served

the University as Lecturer, Executive Director, UWI Institute of Business (now

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business – nine years) and Principal,

UWI St. Augustine (six years) before assuming responsibility for Planning and

Development in August 2007.

Dr. Colin McDonald

Dr. Ron Sookram

Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie

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Miguel was appointed the Executive Director at the Lok Jack GSB in June 2009. He has

had a distinguished career as a professor, having taught for over 21 years in 12 different

countries in three languages. His main areas of focus are innovation and strategy.

Professor Carrillo obtained his Ph.D. in a joint programme between Concordia and McGill

Universities. Professor Carrillo worked as Finance Director at Hewlett Packard in Mexico for

eight years.

Dr. Williams is currently an Associate Faculty member at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School

of Business, teaching in the Executive and International MBA and in the Master in Human

Resource Management Programmes. She holds a Ph.D. in Organisational Studies, University of

Warwick Business School and is also listed as an Instructor at Walden Distance University, USA.

Dr. Karen Murdock is the Assistant Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at

the Lok Jack GSB. Dr. Karen Murdock holds a B.Sc. in Agribusiness Management and an

M.Sc. in International Business from The University of the West Indies. Additionally, she holds

an M.Sc. in Business Organisation and a Diploma of Advanced Studies from The Universitat

Autònoma de Barcelona where she also completed a Ph.D. in Business Creation, Strategy

and Management. Dr. Murdock is the recipient of the European Doctorate Mention for

work done at Växjö University in Sweden.

Dr. Gwendoline Williams

Professor Miguel Carrillo

Dr. Karen Murdock

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Trevor Dean

Graduate of Lok Jack GSB

A key part of the experience was the quality of teaching as well

as the wealth of knowledge and experience of the students in

class. This, coupled with the strong emphasis on multi-disciplinary,

collaborative team-based projects led to an intense learning

experience with a strong local, regional and international context

which went far beyond what I had expected going into the

programme. I wholeheartedly recommend the Arthur Lok Jack

Graduate School of Business’ MBA programmes to those who

want to challenge themselves and become true leaders!

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how do i apply?

Apply online (via http://sta.uwi.edu/

postgrad/admissions.asp) and

print the Confirmation Receipt (or

email to apply@stu.gsb.tt) and any

other required forms (such as the

Programme Specific Information

Form) upon completion of the online

application. The following documents

(where applicable) must be submitted

along with your confirmation receipt:

• Curriculum Vitae

• Educational Certificates

• Official Transcripts

(not applicable for UWI Graduates)

• 2 References

• Research Proposal

• Birth Certificate

• Legal Affidavit or Deed Poll if your

present name is different from that

on the Birth Certificate

• Marriage Certificate

• TOEFL Scores (non native speakers

of English must score at least 500 in

this exam)

• Programme Specific Information

Form

These documents must be sent

directly to Arthur Lok Jack Graduate

School of Business, Roraima

Duke Lodge 94 – 95 Duke Street,

Georgetown Guyana. When

submitting documents in person,

please walk with the originals for

verification purposes. If sending the

documents via mail, please submit

certified copies of all certificates and

send to the attention of the Manager,

Academic Administration, Arthur Lok

Jack Graduate School of Business.

No application fee is required when

applying online.

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how do i apply?

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5

6

What is the deadline for application to the In-Company EMBA?

- March 31

st

, 2010

How do I apply?

- Apply online at http://sta.uwi.edu/postgrad/admissions.asp

or via our website at http//gsb.tt/academic/Guyana_EMBA.html

Who should I contact for additional information?

- Richard Ramsawak, Programme Director - Company In-house.

Email: r.ramsawak@gsb. tt

Where will classes be held?

- Classes will be held in Georgetown, Guyana.

How do you qualify for this programme?

- All students must have the written endorsement of their company

for entry to this programme. Your employer must sign the Programme

specific Information Form.

When will the classes be held?

- Classes will be appropriately scheduled for the employed student.

Classes will be held on weekends or Friday to Monday, depending on the course.

Will funding be made available?

- A limited number of scholarships are available for students with exceptional

academic performance and qualifications.

What is the teaching method?

- Primarily, face to face classes with online support.

How is this different from the EMBA on campus?

- This In-Company EMBA will provide the same core

programme, but it has specialised elective options that

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Roraima Duke Lodge

94 – 95 Duke Street,

Georgetown,

Guyana

(592) 677-5048

www.gsb.tt

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