Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
On the heels of a smashingly successful Brit Week LA 2013, and in the shadow of British politics and polo playing out across the United States, the UK enjoys another moment in the California sun — as Manchester Business School brings an information session on its Miami-centered Global MBA to Los Angeles.
Manchester Business School representatives will welcome emerging business leaders, especially those working for or interested in multinational corporations, to enjoy a luncheon and information session, on Tuesday, May 21st in Los Angeles at noon at Intercontinental Century City.
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The Global MBA luncheon and information session will run from 12:00pm to 2:00pm PDT.
“California functions as a true global crossroads,” says Melissa Holland, Manchester Business School and global MBA Regional Director, Miami-Americas Centre. “Our Global MBA is designed for such a market, and for its rising managers and directors with substantial experience in international business.”
Prince and Prime Minister
UK ties to and interests in the United States have drawn attention in recent days with coordinated visits by UK Prime Minister David Cameron, and Prince Harry of Wales. Prince Harry and Prime Minister Cameron kicked off a global tour promoting Britain as a world class destination for trade, tourism, investment and education as part of the GREAT Britain Campaign.
About the Manchester Business School Global MBA
Manchester Business School Miami provides MBA students with a truly unique program. Students enrolled in the part time Global MBA program have the flexibility to study in an interactive online learning environment plus take part in face-to-face workshops with students from across the globe. Students have the option of attending all of their classes at the Miami-Americas center or they can combine their work in Miami with classes in Manchester, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Sao Paulo. No other global MBA program offers this unique mix of online flexibility plus international locations, faculty and students. The 2013 Financial Times survey ranks our MBA 5th in the UK, 11th in Europe and 29th in the world. The MBA Career Guide survey of international MBA recruiters places MBS 2nd in the UK, 7th in Europe and 15th in the world. Outside the US, Forbes ranks MBS 2nd in the world. The Forbes rating uses return on investment (ROI) as its main measure, combined with feedback gathered from MBS' global alumni community.
About California’s Global Diversity
With an annual economy of $1.8 trillion, California ranks just below the world’s seven largest countries in total GDP. Its multinational reach includes some of the world’s most recognized corporate names and cultures, ranging from energy (Chevron) to health care (McKesson) to finance (Wells Fargo, Visa) and, most notably, the IT/entertainment/information age (Apple, Intel, Cisco Systems, Walt Disney, Qualcomm and Google). California has been called the nation’s “symbolic capital,” oriented both to the Pacific and the Americas. Some 39.7% of the region’s population is foreign-born. Nearly 43% of California residents speak a language other than English at home, a proportion far higher than any other state. California's Asian population is estimated at 4.5 million, approximately one-third of the nation's 14.9 to 15.1 million Asian Americans. Southern California, like no other region of the world, has crossed over to become a “minority-majority” region. Ethnic enclaves like Chinatown, Historic Filipinotown, Koreatown, Little Armenia, Little Ethiopia, Little Bangladesh in Mid-City, Los Angeles, Little Moscow in Hollywood, Little Tokyo, several Little Saigons, Tehrangeles in West Los Angeles and Thai Town provide examples of the polyglot multicultural character of Los Angeles.