Associated to ICFAI University and ICFAI Business School Group
Al-Khalifa Business School becomes Associated of ICFAI University and ICFAI Business Schools, having the academic development of online degrees of ICFAI University, accredited by the Ministry of Education of India.
This Memorandum of understanding between ICFAI University and Al Khalifa Business School was signed for the Development of business programs offered by the University and the Business School and providing the opportunity to do research for Ph. D/ research fellow and develop academic programs.
The purpose of this MoU is to develop academic and educational cooperation on the basis of equality and reciprocity and to promote relations and mutual understanding between both institutions. Exchange of information on research, teaching, learning materials and other literature relevant to their educational and training programs; Joint organization of seminars, conferences, workshops and short term continuing education programs on topics of mutual interest, while extending invitations to each other’s faculty to participate therein; Joint proposal and engagement in teaching or training programs. While extending invitations to each other’s faculty to participate and to promote interaction between ICFAI and AKBS in mutually beneficial areas.
This MoU considers ICFAI and AKBS are partner institutions for the development of the mentioned activities, considering AKBS by ICFAI University as Associated University.
Al-Khalifa Business School (AKBS) and the Moscow International Institute of Informatics, Management, Economics and Law (MIIIMEL) signed on 27th November 2019 an agreement based in the Development of Bachelors, masters and doctorate business programs providing the opportunity to do research for Ph. D/ research fellow and develop academic programs.
MIIIMEL and AKBS, inspired by the extensive possibilities offered by cooperation, recognize the need to develop and nurture new partnerships, with the aim to promote research understanding and contribute to the pool of global knowledge. Considering their common interest in promoting mutual cooperation in the area of education and research, both parties, therefore, wish to expand the basis for friendship and cooperative educational exchange.
Based on this agreement MIIIMEL and AKBS are partner institutions for the development of the relevant academic areas, considering each institution as Associated University, based in the mutual recognition they sign.
Associated to Moscow International Institute of Informatics, Management, Economics and Law (MIIIMEL)
Partnership in Global Education with Sustainable Development Goals
Al-Khalifa Business School is a contributing institution to a Global Alliance of the world’s universities, colleges and sustainability networks which launched a report which is entitled: ‘Global universities, colleges and students leading delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals’., that was Presented at the UN High-Level Political Forum in New York.
The research calls on the UN to better promote the role of higher and further education in all of the SDGs rather than only Goal 4 and on senior management in universities and colleges to look for innovative ways to increase staff and student capacity to address the SDGs.
In this field, we had created the Partnership program “Cross-Cultural and Cross-Functional Higher Education Project” Partnership for SDGs Initiative Registered (Ref. #33195) in the database of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Al-Khalifa Business School joins partnership program of Sustainable Development Goals at the initiative Higher Education Sustainability Initiative of United Nations with the registered partnership Online Education project for 2030 – Partnerships for SDGs – initiative registered #34755 (reference #195819).
The project is based on giving free online studies to communities that can not allow spending resources in higher education, giving learning and experience to young people with commendable abilities for being promoted and achieve the results that they deserve.