The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Programis an extensive format of 24- 36 consecutive months for working professionals who wish to advance their careers while pursuing an MBA. Classes are scheduled twice a week in fall and spring semesters and 2-3 times a week in summer semesters, Saturdays included. The MBA program is composed of
Our MBA provides rigorous studies in business for those who wish to maximize their personal effectiveness and advance their careers, regardless of their academic and professional backgrounds. Students with educational backgrounds in business management, information technologies, economics or finance benefit from the program as much as humanities and social science graduates, seeking managerial competencies or career change opportunities.
In the first year students are required to take a set of core courses that provide systematic knowledge about the fundamental functions of business and management including finance, marketing, accounting and operations.
Second and third year courses focus on subjects and competencies required for exercising high-level managerial responsibility. The curriculum emphasizes critical and creative thinking, effective leadership, analytical and implementation skills.During this phase students will have an opportunity to take elective courses in various advanced business disciplines that will enable to build a customized learning experience in line with career goals and aspirations. Some students may wish to declare a formal concentration in marketing, business analytics or finance/accounting. Others prefer to design a program that advances their own particular objectives.
Application requirements for the MBA admission
English Language Proficiency
Present valid and official results confirming English Language Proficiency typically through the several options: one of which is
Internal Assessment – This assessment will be offered during an extended admissions interview when applicants may also be assessed on their speaking, listening, and written English language skills. The internal assessment will vary by program. Learn more
Graduate Standardized Tests
Certain programs require that you present official Graduate School Admissions Exam results through the GRE (quantitative section), GMAT (quantitative section), or LSAT (including available home exams) depending on your selected field of study as outlined
Internal Assessment: If you are unable to take the GRE or GMAT and are applying to the MPH, MSM, MBA, MSE, CIS, or IESM programs, download and attach the following Form detailing math and statistical concepts you have covered previously. You may be questioned about these in more detail during your interview. Please title this document “Math and Statistical Concepts”. Learn more
Have questions? Contact us at 060 61 26 20. The MBA admissions team will be happy to assist you with your application and answer any questions.