Cisco, Moscow Business School Launch MBA iExecutive Course


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Cisco and Moscow Business School have announced a joint MBA iExecutive educational program. The program comprises MBA (Start, Professional and Industrial) courses delivered by the school; two-month Cisco iExec Enterprise Essentials 3.0 training, and a one-year English-language course. The intake of students is under way.

Graduates will receive a Cisco certificate, a national diploma of the Russian Federation, and an MBA diploma in English with a European Diploma Supplement.

Cisco Entrepreneur Institutes operate in 39 countries. Six institutes are located in Russia.

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