The BIBF introduces revamped Master's Programs from DePaul University

The enhancements include the Master's in Business Administration (MBA), Master's in Human Resources (MSHR), and Master's Finance (MSF), that are innovative, relevant and flexible

  
Dr Ahmed

Dr Ahmed

To equip future leaders with the latest trends and market developments, the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) reintroduced enhanced and revamped American master’s programs awarded by the top-ranked DePaul University of Chicago, USA.

The enhancements include the Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Master’s in Human Resources (MSHR), and Master’s Finance (MSF), that are innovative, relevant and flexible.

Also, the revamped modules include advanced and trending topics such as Behavioral Finance, AI in Financial Decision-making, FinTech, Real Estate Finance, and more, with an option to complete the final modules in Chicago or Bahrain.

The BIBF’s Director, Dr. Ahmed Al Shaikh stated that the revamped programs are introduced to help students gain knowledge, upgrade their skills, and understand the rapidly changing technologies to be more versatile in their career progression.

He also added: “The BIBF has partnered with DePaul University to offer the prestigious MBA program since 2002 and has been successfully running in Bahrain for 19 years, with more than 800 distinguished alumni, many of whom now hold senior executive positions across a wide range of public, governmental and corporate organizations in the Kingdom.”

DePaul University was established in the United States in 1912 and considered the tenth oldest business school. The Charles H. Kellstadt Graduate School of Business was established in 1949. DePaul brings its global experience to the Gulf Region as it is the first resident program for Bahrain and the Gulf Region, and the first MBA program solely taught by U.S. faculty in the Middle East.

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ABOUT BIBF

The BIBF is the leading training and education provider in the region, and is affiliated to the Central Bank of Bahrain. The Institute plays a vital role in the development of human capital in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Gulf region, the wider Middle East, Africa and beyond.

The BIBF’s commitment to excellence has strengthened its position as the leading educational provider across all major business disciplines. The BIBF serves as a partner to numerous world-class institutions; delivering Thought Leadership, Assessment and Training in the areas of:

  • Banking,
  • Islamic Finance,
  • Executive Development,
  • Accounting & Finance,
  • Academic Studies,
  • Leadership & Management,
  • Supply Chain Management,
  • Insurance
  • Digital Transformation & Project Management;

Resulting in a Complete Business Solution.

For further information, please contact the BIBF Marketing & Communications Department:

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