Domain Academy has just announced two International Satellite Campuses, one in Dubai and another one in India, following a newly established partnership with the Nest Academy of Management Education.

“UAE is a very important market for us,” says Chief Operations Officer of Domain Academy Robert Darmanin of the partnership, affirming that “Domain Academy is proud to partner up with Nest Academy and develop new frameworks for collaboration. We hope that this partnership would be the first of many initiatives that will entice further collaborations between Domain Academy and other institutions within the Gulf countries.”

This partnership between Domain Academy and Nest Academy of Management Education (NEST) will facilitate education progression pathways for their students in the fields of Business Management, Computing & IT, Tourism & Hospitality, and Health Care. Additionally, international students currently studying in Dubai with NEST will be able to proceed and further their studies at Domain Academy in Malta, where they will follow qualifications awarded by leading UK institutions such as Pearson, Qualifi and the University of Derby.

Through this strategic partnership, Domain Academy is launching its first International Satellite Campuses in Dubai and India, which will offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Business & Management, Tourism & Hospitality and IT.

“We believe that through the exchange of good practices and joint educational partnerships, Domain Academy has a lot to gain but also a lot to offer to the global academic community. Through a modern education environment, that is social and adaptable to the needs of the 21st century we will ensure that Domain Academy secures the place it deserves on the international academic map,” added Miraide Gatt, Executive Director of Domain Academy.

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