MYRA ties up with Cambridge Judge Business School for executive education in India

Mysore: Mysore-based MYRA School of Business has formalised an exclusive partnership with Judge Business School, Cambridge University to offer its cutting-edge Executive Education programs in India. A formal MOU to this effect was inked on 30 May 2017.

MYRA’s upcoming Executive Education centre based out of Bengaluru would be its focal point of operations for all upcoming programs bordering themes in Strategy, Digital Transformation and Innovation catering to its regional hi-tech cluster and beyond. These Executive Education programs would be offered in the part-time, weekend-only format in Bengaluru with a week of stay and classes held on the hallowed campus at Cambridge University.


MYRA would be offering its part-time, weekend-only Executive MBA program which integrates Executive Education modules from Judge Business School, Cambridge University as its key differentiating factor. Mid-career to senior professionals reading for this unique program would be able to earn their EMBA with minimal disruption between their work-career cycle alternating between Bengaluru and Cambridge campus within a year at an affordable cost. The learning model for this program would include a mix of e-learning, in-class learning, capstone exercises, case-based teaching and team projects.

As a part of strategy to offer programs to working professionals MYRA now also would be offering a weekend-only PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) for applicants seeking to balance learning with professional needs, keeping in retrospect their needs for business re-calibration.

Speaking on this momentous occasion of inking the MOU with Judge Business School, Cambridge University, Dr. Shalini Urs, Founder & Chairperson, MYRA, stated that the need for quality corporate retooling options to ensure the business fraternity of tomorrow stays ahead of the curve in the current fuzzy and algorithmic times cannot be overstated. MYRA and its strong ecosystem of globally reputed academicians would now be better able to merge the East with the West and offer a truly global perspective for all stakeholders while maintaining a fine balance between budget, time and full-time careers.

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