Westford University College has been offering MBA programs from reputed Universities in UK. The most popular among them is the prestigious UK MBA awarded by Cardiff Metropolitan University.
The program is offered Onsite in UAE and through online in rest of the World. In the advanced entry stage of MBA, the lectures will be conducted by professors from Cardiff Metropolitan University directly and they supervise the students during the dissertation journey.
The best experience is saved for the last when all the hard work and success culminates with the graduation ceremony in Cardiff. Every year a large group of students accompanied by Westford staff and faculties travel to Cardiff to attend the Graduation Ceremony. The graduation ceremony, held in the Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay was a celebration of the success of the students who completed their MBA journey.
The Associate Dean of Business School and head of International Partnerships, Dr. Mukul Madahar, had shared his joy after the graduation ceremony in July 2019: “Last year saw over one hundred students progressing from Westford through MBA Advanced Entry at Cardiff Metropolitan University. The overall quality of students that we have seen progressing through Westford has always been good, which is visible in the success rate of these students. Majority of the students are working professionals holding middle/senior management positions across the Middle East”.
The remarkable achievement for Westford in 2019 has been Ms. Rachel Vassallo won the Neville Gaunt Prize for the best dissertation among Cardiff Met MBA students. This prestigious award was also won in the past by another Westfordian Mr. David Aldred, Managing Director of Citi Bank.
Mr. Hanil Das, Co- Founder of Westford who has groomed the partnership with Cardiff Metropolitan University over the years shared his take on the journey: “We have arrived at the 5 th year of successful partnership with Cardiff Metropolitan University. During this journey, over 400 students representing 53 different countries across 13 cohorts passed out of Westford”.