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University of Guelph CME Executive Programs Information Session

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University of Guelph CME Executive Programs Information Session

Time: January 19, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Hilton Toronto
Street: 145 Richmond Street West
City/Town: Toronto
Website or Map: http://www.agcareers.com/educ…
Phone: plago@uoguelph.ca
Event Type: information, session
Organized By: University of Guelph
Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2011

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The University of Guelph's College of Management & Economics has a profound commitment to community well-being, sustainable commerce and global competitiveness. As part of that commitment the college offers a Master of Business Administration in Food & Agribusiness Management as an On-Line MBA.


CME Executive Programs Information Session:
January 19th, 2011 CME Executive Programs Information Session including an overview of both the Guelph On-Line MBA and the MA (Leadership) program which will be commencing at 7:00 PM at the Hilton Toronto located at 145 Richmond Street West, Toronto.

Interested attendees may e-mail me directly at plago@uoguelph.ca or can learn more on-line by visiting the University of Guelph's CME Executive Programs web site at http://www.uoguelph.ca/cme/node/add/info-session.

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