The Executive MBA Programme is an intense programme that demands commitment from its participants. Admission requirements are stringent to ensure all accepted candidates are qualified and motivated to complete the programme. The admissions committee places particular emphasis on each applicant's need for academic qualification, motivation, professional experience and maturity.
In order to be considered for admission, each candidate must prove:
A university degree (bachelor) or an equivalent professional qualification.
Candidates who do not meet this requirement but have substantial international work experience will be considered in certain cases.
Two letters of recommendation, where at least one refers to the applicant's performance in a work situation.
- A minimum six years of full time work experience
Applicants may be requested to submit a GMAT score if the information supplied is deemed inadequate for assessment.
The admission process will take some time and all successful applicants will be notified in writing.
An application form is submitted.
Each application is reviewed by a committee composed of the Executive MBA director and two members of the program's admission committee.
Qualifying applicants are called in for an interview. The interview plays a crucial role in assessing the applicant's abilities and motivation for the Executive MBA.
Applicants who receive an offer of admission must accept within two weeks.