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The Pharma Mini MBA

Management Forum's Autumn School - A 3 Day Accelerated Management Programme, withResidential Option

£1895 + VAT for residential option including accommodation for the nights of 10 & 11 November, meals, course documentation & conference dinner.£1,600 + VAT for non residential option including course documentation, mid-session refreshments, lunch and conference dinner.WHAT IS THIS COURSE ABOUT?This intensive three day course covers the key areas of an MBA and applies these MBA tools and concepts to the Bio/ Pharmaceutical industry, providing you with a firm foundation of the essential MBA thinking and terminology. Three modules will be covered in just threedays of workshops minimising disruption to your normal work. To enhance the value of the course and minimise your time away from the office there is also optional pre and post-work set by the tutors (at no extra cost).WHO SHOULD ATTENDA


10 Nov 2010 @ 09:00 am

12 Nov 2010 @ 05:00 pm

Duration: 2 days, 8 hours


The Rembrandt Hotel

8-9 Thurloe Place

Greater London

United Kingdom

Organised by

Management Forum Ltd

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