NEWLY accredited Times Business School in India is already setting a precedent with more than 50 students already embarking on a prominent NCC Education programme.
The Times Business School, based in Mumbai, was proudly welcomed on board by NCC Education on the 4th March 2011. Students are now able to enrol on either the International Diploma in Business (IDB) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management (PgD BM), which can successfully lead to a Masters degree at the University of Worcester.
The Times Business School attracts potential students with its state-of-the-art facilities, excellent faculty form, breathtaking campus and its ability to provide world-class education, research and training in business and related areas. With significant numbers in student registrations, the centre has already shown great strength and success in such a short period of time.
Students embarking on an NCC Education programme at the centre are able to benefit from full time classroom instruction, guest lectures by industry experts, internship and mentoring programmes, placement assistance and much more.
"We are delighted and proud to be able to offer students the chance to study an NCC Education programme at our centre," said The Times Business School Associate Director, Lakshmi Mohan. "We have witnessed great success in such a short period of time and we believe this is set to continue with more and more students enrolling onto our courses. We feel there is no doubt that students are attracted to the prestigious NCC Education programmes, which will undeniably benefit their careers, and also the great facilities we are able to provide. Everyone here at The Times Business School is thoroughly looking forward to working alongside NCC Education and enjoying great success in the future."
The centre intends to successfully promote the Masters Management top-up programme, which takes place at the University of Worcester. Students who have successfully completed the PgD in Business Management are eligible to apply for top-up programme, which will make it possible for students to top-up the 120 credits from the NCC Education PgD BM to the 180 credits required for a full master's degree.
For more information on the centre and the NCC Education programmes they run, please visit The Times Business School website.