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Levene MBA program signs with HBS Online

Master’s students at University of Regina’s Levene Graduate School of Business in Canada will be able to take courses from Harvard Business School Online which will partially contribute to their MBA programs thanks to a new agreement.

MBA students in the capital of Saskatchewan, Canada will be able to earn credit via Harvard Business School Online. Photo: Wikipedia

Levene is one of three schools in Canada partnering with HBS

It will be possible for students to transfer credits from HBS Online’s Economics for Managers towards their programs at their home institution in Canada.

“At Levene we provide advanced knowledge, insight and business techniques combined with real world experience”

“Providing our students the opportunity to take courses and gain from the global expertise of Harvard Business School faculty members is an exciting addition to our MBA program,” Gina Grandy, dean of Hill and Levene Schools of Business at the University of Regina said.

“At Levene we provide advanced knowledge, insight and business techniques combined with real world experience to help our students achieve their utmost potential,” she added.

Levene students will be eligible for reduced rates on HBS Online’s courses, including its Credential of Readiness (CORe) program, and will receive a certificate of completion from Harvard Business School Online.

The Levene School is one of only three schools in Canada to have a partnership with HBS Online.

“Harvard Business School Online is proud to be working with the Levene Graduate School of Business,” said Patrick Mullane, executive director of HBS Online, which rebranded from HBX earlier in 2018.

“We are looking forward to welcoming Levene students into our online courses and having them join the inspiring community of Harvard Business School Online participants,” Mullane added.

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