Sabre Network West Africa, an airline distribution solution provider, has revealed its commencement of Masters in Business Administration partnership programme with the College of Postgraduate Studies, Babcock University to bridge skills gap in the aviation industry.
The aviation firm made it known that the programme in airline and travels management, which commenced on September 8, came two years after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with BU.
Dr. Gbenga Olowo, President of Sabre Network West Africa, stated that in the light of the development, BU had become the first university in Nigeria to offer such a course in aviation and also made it known that the programme would run for eighteen months, adding that the MBA course was open to all holders of the first-degree certificate in any discipline across the world.
The President also made it known that the aviation programme would be of great benefit to Nigeria’s aviation industry. He explained that the firm chose Babcock University because of its integrity and willingness to work with the organisation.
He stated that the firm had desired to fill the gross manpower shortage especially in commercial avaition where airline wealth was generated.
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