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Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College (MBSC) of Business & Entrepreneurship

Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College (MBSC) of Business & Entrepreneurship is a new private, higher education institution for both men and women. It has been established through an International partnership between Emaar The Economic City, Babson Global (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Babson College, USA), Lockheed Martin under the umbrella of the Economic Offset Program in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the MISK foundation.

MBSC features Babson College’s unique approach to entrepreneurial education which does not rely on passively listening to classroom lectures but focuses on hands-on experiential learning that is practical and pragmatic. The curriculum uses a set of signature experiential courses that will require students to apply their learning to real world problems or start new social or business ventures. This type of project based learning will be supplemented by a network of mentors and advisors. Development of individuals will continue outside class through an intentionally created set of co-curricular experiences that will reinforce and build the entrepreneurial leadership skills of students. MBSC has a culture that reflects the best of academic traditions in all world class institutions of higher learning whose hallmarks include respect for diverse viewpoints, professionalism, integrity, and a constant commitment to excellence both in and out of the classroom.

MBSC provides world class education that meets international standards from right here in Saudi Arabia.

MBSC has conducted a global search to hire faculty who are both talented teachers and prominent researchers. All the faculty have been trained at Babson College. The faculty are also supplemented by a group of distinguished visiting faculty from Babson and other world class colleges and universities. MBSC is committed to abide by global standards of quality by following standards of both local (NCAA) and global accreditation from bodies such as NEASC and AACSB. Babson College will continue to provide assistance and support to MBSC for the next ten years in its journey to excellence.

A world-class opportunity for international students

If you’re considering an international Executive MBA, MBSC offers you a unique opportunity. You’ll live and learn in the heart of a global economic powerhouse, at the forefront of change in today’s Saudi Arabia. Not only that, you’ll be joining students from around the world, immersing yourself in a new culture and gaining a truly 360º perspective on the globally connected business world.

To explore your international Executive MBA options, and for answers to all your questions, talk to the MBSC team today


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