FGV launches MBA courses in Angola to support administrative staff training
Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), in partnership with Angola?s National School of Administration (ENAD) and the Polytechnic Institute of Angola (ISPAN), has just launched two MBA programs in Angola: Business Management and Project Management.
The courses? opening class took place on March 22, in Luanda, with the presence of ENAD's general director, José Ribeiro, ISPAN's director, Cláudio Holanda, and FGV's project coordinator, Marcus Vinicius Rodrigues, who gave a lecture on Globalized Management Knowledge: The Competitive Edge for the Beginning of the 21st Century. Also present at the event were students, authorities and representatives of public and private entities in Angola.
According to FGV?s International Director, Bianor Cavalcanti, Angola has invested in training management staff and aims to train 2.3 million professionals by 2020 in order to meet the development needs of the Angolan economy?s priority issues. And FGV, due to its vocation and strong ties with the country in the area of ??executive training for public and private organizations, shall be one of the most sought-after institutions to take part in this important time of Angolan staff training he reveals.
The courses are held by FGV?s departments DINT and IDE, and have around 80 students. Each course has a workload of 432 hours divided into eleven modules, taught one week per month.
The MBAs in Business Administration and Project Management began on March 25.