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Filipino Institute now offers FREE MBA programs; here’s how to avail it


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There are many reasons why one should get an MBA degree. One example is it develops one’s leadership and people management skills and getting out of their comfort zone. 

Good news! Having these skills has become easier! The Filipino Institute in the UAE is offering a free MBA program to Filipinos who wish to advance their career.

Mr. Gabriel John Rimando, the founder and the president of the training institute and the publisher of The Global Filipino Magazine, said that this is the first of the many initiatives that the educational establishment is offering this year. 

“To give back, we’ve thought of this great initiative,” he added noting that the grant does not delimit those who are outside the country.

Those who are outside the country may also avail of the program and take it virtually. 

Rimando, however, said that the program is only being offered to those who are willing to teach freelance in the short-term and professional diploma programs while on it. 

“There are only a few qualifications here. We will give free MBA education and in return, they will teach for us,” he said adding that they will also receive the regular allowance every after the subject is completed. 

Those who are interested to take the MBA degree for free are advised to contact Mr. Ace Garing at +971 54 461 7687.

The Global Filipino Magazine is the only Filipino magazine in the UAE that prints on a monthly basis. Its goal is to champion the success of every global Filipino across the globe.

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