Specific Admission Requirements

  • Academic qualifications: A good undergraduate degree from a recognised university in a relevant area of study, such as, sciences, engineering, education, business, medicine, or an acceptable professional qualification.
  • English Language requirements: English is the formal language of instruction. If candidates are studying or have completed their entire degree in a non- English speaking university, they must demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of English language. Suitable qualifications may include:
    - TOEFL
    - IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
    - GCSE or IGCSE English Language at grade C or above
    - CEP(Certificate of Proficiency in English)- University of Cambridge exam at grade C or above
  • Work experience: A two year’s work experience would be considered an advantage.
  • Interview: In the first stage, submitted applications, including all relevant documentation, will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee to decide whether the candidate’s profile meets the program requirements. If an application is successful at this stage, the candidate will be invited for an interview which can be attended in person or remotely (via skype videoconference). After the interview, the Admissions Committee will decide whether or not the candidate will be offered a place on the Program.

After admission, candidates may be required to take additional instruction in English language.

To be considered for admission into the Program, prospective candidates must submit the following documents:

  • Application for Graduate Admission (apply online)
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Official transcripts of all degrees to date (including any not yet completed): Candidates will be asked to ensure that they provide full detailed copies of their transcripts outlining all the modules they have studied and marks achieved.
  • Personal Statement: A one-page written statement outlining the candidate’s suitability to the MBA program, their reasons for applying and career objectives
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Any other supporting documents



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