EU Agrees to Establish Ethio-European International Business School-Ethiopian Airlines

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Annews24, Ethiopian Airlines has signed a letter of intent with the European Union to establish Ethio-European International Business School.

The letter was signed by H.E. Ambassador Johan Borgstam, head of the EU Delegation to Ethiopia and Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, group chief executive of Ethiopian Airlines on 4 December 2018 at the Airline’s Headquarters.

Ethiopian will host the delivery of an MBA program at Ethiopian Aviation Academy with the support of the EU Delegation under the EU’s Transformation Triggering Facility (TTF) program.

“We look forward to launching the MBA courses and shape as many young African minds as possible, adding value to their academic and professional lives,” said Mr GebreMariam.

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Under its Aviation Academy, offer Pilot, Cabin Crew, Commercial and Aviation Maintenance courses in addition to the Leadership and Career Development Training.

Under the EU’s Transformation Triggering Facility (TTF) program, Ethiopia will host the delivery of an MBA program at Ethiopian Aviation Academy with the support of the EU Delegation.

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Under its Aviation Academy, Ethiopia will offer Pilot, Cabin Crew, Commercial and Aviation Maintenance courses in addition to the Leadership and Career Development Training.

“The EU Delegation to Ethiopia is proud to partner with Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy on this important project that will provide quality education to young Ethiopians. Investing in training and education is critical for the realisation of Ethiopia’s development strategy,” said Mr Borgstam.