The School of Business and Quality Management provides learning opportunities to all individuals aspiring to specialize in business, quality management, and related areas. The approach adopted by the School consists of pioneering up-to-date programs relevant to the Middle East region. The School specializes in courses, programs, and certifications that identify and address the business challenges faced by workers, managers, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and the larger community in the Middle East region.With its distinctive competency in Total Quality Management (TQM) practices, the School encourages learners to apply TQM in their prospective field of expertise in order to improve their processes and offerings and succeed in their ventures. The School also has a rich portfolio of short courses and offers consulting assignments. Diverse short courses and certificate programs are accredited by professional bodies around the globe. Explore the full list of programs offered by the School of Business & Quality Management
To be a leading smart business school that shapes the education of the future by offering innovative solutions to life-long learners globally.
We adopt a learner-centered approach to educate the leaders of the future by leveraging smart technologies and relying on practice-based methodologies. We aim to foster an entrepreneurial, innovation and quality mindset to enable our life-long learners to play a leadership role and make a positive impact in their communities and beyond.
The School’s key objectives are:
• To create a learning environment that encourages a spirit of critical inquiry and intellectual curiosity in relation to all disciplines offered by the school.
• To build on and strengthen our distinctive competencies in total quality management and its wider application.
• To set the highest standards of Smart Learning and to be responsive to society’s needs.
• To search for, communicate and apply knowledge in disciplines relevant to the needs of the Middle East.
• To foster a mindset of innovation and entrepreneurship among our life-long learners