School of Management and Economics
Business and Management
Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA)
Master in Business Administration is a 180 credit, 2-year professional degree
studying an in-depth array of the latest management theories, frameworks and
techniques of how to manage organisations. This programme will provide
better employment opportunities applying for senior positions, enhance
performance in existing management roles and improve promotion prospects.
Applicants with different backgrounds may apply for this programme on the
condition they have at least three (3) years management experience. The minimum
average mark accepted in the undergraduate level is 60%.
is undertaken over two years. The first year is course work split into two
semesters. In each semester students will study four 3-hour modules, usually
from 4.30pm to 7.30pm, Sunday to Wednesday. In the second year of study
students undertake a research thesis of around 20,000 words.
methods and assessment strategies are not necessarily different with existing
methods of the University. However, each course specifics will be highlighted
in the module descriptors. While the minimum pass mark for each module is 60%,
it is important to understand that the overall average for both semester (8
modules) is 70%. Students will not be allowed to enter the second year of the
programme if a minimum average of 70% is not achieved.
1. Minimum undergraduate average of 60%
Note: Equalized transcript is required for students who have
graduated from international institutions.
2. At least three years of professional experience as
evidence by the applicant's curriculum vitae
3. Certification of employment if employed
Personal Statement if self employed - personal statement should contain a brief summary of your work experience (Essay format with a minimum number of 300 words)
4. Minimum English Language requirement is 50 in PTE , 6 in IELTS or 74 in
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$10,000 per programme