Thu, 06 Dec 2018 13:04 - Updated Thu, 06 Dec 2018 13:04
INSEAD University reaffirms cooperation in staff training
Luanda - The Principal of INSEAD International University, Ilian Mihov, on Wednesday reiterated the willingness of his institution to cooperate with the government of Angola in the training of Angolan staff in the areas of Management and Administration.
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Presidente João Lourenço (à dir.) recebe reitor da Universidade internacional UNSEAD, Ilian Mihov
Photo: Francisco Miudo
Speaking to the press, at the end of an audience with the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, Ilian Mihov reaffirmed the desire of INSEAD to support Angola in creating professional skills and boost jobs.
Ilian Mihov said that his institution, which is based in France, guarantees annually 12,000 Master’s degree in Management courses, a thousand of which for executives.
INSEAD – French acronym for European Institute of Business Administration - has campuses in Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. For the year 2019 the institution intends to open a branch in the United States.
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