Alba signs MOU with FABS Bahrain for new batch of MBA students

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    • The MOU was signed during a ceremony that was held on Thursday, November 05, 2015 at Arabian Gulf University.
    •  The selected employees will undergo an 18-month MBA programme – offered by FABS, Bahrain in partnership with the ESSEC.

    Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C (Alba), a leading employer of Bahrainis, demonstrated its support towards developing its employees by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with French Arabian Business School (FABS), Bahrain for a new batch of MBA students.

    The selected employees will undergo an 18-month MBA programme – offered by FABS, Bahrain in partnership with the ESSEC Business School, one of Europe’s leading business schools.

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    The MOU was signed during a ceremony that was held on Thursday, November 05, 2015 at Arabian Gulf University, which witnessed the presence of key officials from FABS – Bahrain, Alba and the new batch of MBA students.

    During the ceremony, Alba’s Chief Executive Officer, Tim Murray, was also appreciated by Dr. Khalid Abdul Rahman Al Ohaly, the President of Arabian Gulf University.

    Commenting on occasion, Alba’s CEO Tim Murray said:

    “At Alba, we believe nothing is more valuable than Education and, for Alba to continue being a leader in the industry we need to continuously develop our people. The MBA sponsorship programme is a key part of our overall training and development strategy, which provides our high potential employees a full range of business skills they need to compete in a competitive global market. .”

    Alba is developing future leaders by sponsoring its high potential employees for MBA degrees. The MBA is a tailor-made programme that empowers managers and potential future leaders with comprehensive skills to further enhance leadership of the organisation as well as leverage their careers.

    The Line 6 Expansion Project will enhance the downstream industry by creating many co-investment opportunities through local and foreign aluminium investments. It will create hundreds of jobs, directly and indirectly, which will be a significant economic boost for the Kingdom of Bahrain.