The Executive MBA (EMBA) is a part-time integrated course designed to meet the needs of professionals who wish to pursue an MBA degree without interrupting their careers. The coursework is rigorous and demanding; the result is a learning experience that ranks among the finest available in the region today.
Our Executive MBA curriculum is reviewed constantly to stay relevant, up-to-the-minute and highly applicable in today’s dynamic and complex working environment. Our exciting and innovative new EMBA allows you to study at a pace that suits your career, tailor your learning to a specific area of interest, gain unique leadership and decision-making attributes and transform into a strong decision maker on graduation. Another unique feature is the addition of a “Problems At Work” methodology. This enables you to bring work-related issues into the classroom and gain unique perspectives by working alongside peers and mentors from different industries.
Building on the success of our EMBA program in Dubai, Singapore and Sydney, we are now offering the program at our state-of-the-art campus in Mumbai, India. Please visit the admissions section of the program for more details.
- Part-time Program
- Blended learning model
- Industry relevant curriculum
- Cutting-edge Electives
- Global Distinguished Faculty
- Experiential Learning
- Peer group and Networking
- Graduating with an Australian Degree
- Emphasis on Personal Effectiveness and Leadership
This being a post-graduate program, candidate needs to be a graduate to apply. Normally we select candidates with a high academic performance only.
The EMBA program is designed for mature participants with over 5 years of prior work experience.
Candidates will be assessed for their suitability to the program based on their overall profile like educational qualifications and academic record, work experience, professional achievements, a test and a personal interview.
Candidates should also read through the FAQ section on the website for further clarity.
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Last updated October 29, 2015