Exchange opportunity with Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS) at De Montfort University
Vedica has partnered with Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS) at De Montfort University (DMU) located in Leicester, England. Vedica and LCBS aim to create a new vocabulary for 21st century business professionals, and equip students to achieve careers of distinction. Our focus is on redefining and reimagining conventional curricula to be prepared for the workplace through a journey of transformation, critical thinking, personal growth and supportive mentorship.
This partnership creates an exciting new opportunity for our Vedica Scholars. They can now get a Global MBA from LCBS by transferring credits to DMU from Vedica, and completing another two terms of study there.
Founded in 1870, De Monfort University was ranked in the top 3% of 18,000 world universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-16. With 155 international partnerships, it has students from more than 135 countries. DMU’s Global MBA and Global Leadership & Management BSc courses are both dual accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Under this joint initiative between Vedica and Leicester Castle Business School, women students from DMU will be given the option to participate in our Shadow a Woman CEO Programme. The partnership will also launch visiting faculty and mentor exchange programmes which will enable teaching and research exchange between Vedica and Leicester Castle Business School.
The Vedica Scholars can pursue the Global MBA at LCBS after completing 18 months of instruction at Vedica
- Commencement date for the Class of 2017-18 (Third Batch): January 2019
- Commencement date for Batches I and II: January 2018
- Six months
- This exchange opportunity is available to every Vedica Scholar conditional to academic performance
- The screening process will be shared in detail
- LCBS tuition fee for the January term: £8000
- Tuition fee payable by Vedica Scholars will be £3000 for one term after the Vedica-LCBS bursary of £5000
- This excludes accommodation costs, which will come to approx£2400 (for one term) if you opt to live in student housing