Injaz Qatar, partners with VCUQatar to launch business course
- Qatar: Wednesday, October 24 - 2012 at 02:07
Injaz Qatar, a non-profit organisation and member of Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide, has signed a partnership agreement with Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar (VCUQatar) to launch the 'Company Programme,' Gulf Times has reported. Expected to run until December 2012, the programme is a module incorporated into the Business of Design class, a key component of the senior year undergraduate design programme. It will be taught at 12 schools and universities across the Gulf country this academic year, and would provide students with the opportunity to establish and run a real company by developing a business idea, raising capital, producing and selling products/services.
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