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Hi buddy here I am looking for info related to Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) MBA Provision so would you plz tell me about the same here ??
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Old March 17th, 2017, 01:36 PM
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Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) was a scheme from 2002 until 2008, that was designed to allow highly skilled people to immigrate into the United Kingdom to look for work or self-employment opportunities.

As you asking here I am telling Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) is designed to attract highly skilled people to the UK to seek and take work. The MBA provision as a part of this scheme is designed to address the weakness in the UK economy in the quality of management by attracting highly qualified and talented managers to the UK.

50 QUALIFYING MBA PROGRAMMES (Effective April 12, 2005)
List prepared by UK Treasury in December 2004

Harvard Business School (USA)
Columbia Business School (USA)
University of Pennsylvania: Wharton (USA)
University of Chicago (USA)
Dartmouth College: Tuck (USA)
Stanford University (USA)
Insead (FR/Sing)
University of Oxford: Said (UK)
MIT: Sloan (USA)
Ashridge (UK)
North Western: Kellogg (USA)
London Business School (UK)
New York University: Stern (US)
University of Strathclyde (UK)
IESE Business School (SP)
Yale School of Management (USA)
Warwick Business School (UK)
City University: Cass (UK)
Rotterdam School of Management (Neth)
UC Berkeley: Haas (USA)
University of Cambridge: Judge (UK)
Georgetown University: McDonough (USA)
Instituto de Empresa (SP)
Cornell University: Johnson (USA)
University of Michigan (USA)
Duke University: Fuqua (USA)
University of Virginia: Darden (USA)
Carnegie Mellon University (USA)
SDA Bocconi (IT)
Emory University: Goizueta (USA)
UCLA: Anderson (USA)
Manchester Business School (UK)
Cranfield School of Management (UK)
University of Toronto: Rotman (CAN)
University College Dublin: Smurfit (IRE)
University of Southern California: Marshall (USA)
University of Rochester: Simon (USA)
Vanderbilt University: Owen (USA)
Rice University: Jones (USA)
University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler (USA)
Babson College: Olin (USA)
Melbourne Business School (AUS)
Ceibs (CHN)
Australian Graduate School of Management (AUS)
Universiteit Nyenrode (NTH)
University of Western Ontario: Ivey (CAN/CHN)
Boston University School of Management (USA)
University of Maryland: Smith (USA)
Bradford School of Management/Nimbas (UK/NTH/GE
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