During their visit, they met with Yusuf Buz, Academic Manager of MDA College to discuss the centres ambitions and strategy for 2023 -2024, and how NCC Education will support them in reaching their goals.
During the visit, the future of student recruitment, growth, challenges, plus the academic performance of their students was discussed, so NCC Education could put any additional support in place if required.
Yusuf gave Helen and Ide a tour of the Centre where they were introduced to the academic team and also held a question and answers session with their students who had recently started the NCC Education Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education Studies (L3IFDHES).
MDA College acknowledged that the flexibility and the quality of the IFD programme provided their students with simpler University progression routes, and it was highlighted that the wellbeing of the students is very important to MDA College. It was discussed how the nature of ‘Belonging’ and being their ‘True Self’ is essential for students to fulfil their full potential and achieve their academic goals.
MDA College is playing a fundamental role in empowering their MENA students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their academic and professional careers. They continue to be committed to providing their students with the best quality education and equipping them with the foundation they need to pursue international study.
NCC Education are excited to be part of MDA College’s continued successes and looks forward to supporting or partner centre on their educational journey.