Management International (MI) successfully achieved University license in 2018 and acts as a non-profit making and aim to equip individuals with the relevant business and life skills to make tangible contributions to their communities. The University is licensed and regulated by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of the Comoros. Every programme at the Management International University is underpinned by practical, business-driven research, which ensures that we are providing job-oriented courses.
The University aim to support development in Africa by educating a generation of small business people and entrepreneurs to build economies. The University seeks to encourage other institutions to offer highly accessible low cost or no cost degree programmes with rigorous standards and support and recognised by a national government. We aim to:
• offer courses at low or no cost to ensure the option of an education is available to everyone.
• work to launch new programmes online and to create sustainable partnerships in countries across the world.
• ensure that appropriate staff are available to provide support, help with any problems and to enhance student learning.
The University seeks to open up the opportunity for a degree regardless of where someone is, how they study, regardless of affordability and previous qualifications. There is only a simple test to determine ability to follow and understand the course.
The University seeks to encourage other institutions to offer highly accessible low cost or no cost degree programmes with rigorous standards and support and recognised by a national government.
The Management International School was founded in 2005, growing out of Management International. The school has trained people from a majority of members of the European Union but has also been involved in two large scale European Union funded consultancies. In addition, The School in particular have helped to create http://www.ecollege.it, this involved drafting assessment scales for modules and setting credit levels which are very much part of this application under consideration. The Management International School has also participated in a second consultancy project which involved setting assessment levels to allow young unemployed people to assess their language needs for employment.
MI has past projects on First-degree programmes in 2006 and provided training for some 100 undergraduates and graduates each year. MI has also participated in two large scales in European Union funded consultancies and has worked in EU Leonardo 2 programme: similar to Mobility for VET learners and staff programme (Key Action 1) partnered with a variety of organisations across Europe to apply to the EU for joint funding.
Management International (MI), founded in 1972, is a Management, Language and Professional training organisation, providing a highly professional range of services to clients from overseas.