Students often wonder whether their decision to step out of the corporate world and embark on an expensive MBA was wise. Until recently, the hardest part of an MBA was getting accepted by a top business school. Having an MBA was the equivalent of between two-and-a-half and four years extra rating experience. It is in times like these that you realize the true value of an MBA.
Malta is a southern European country in the Mediterranean Sea 80 km south of Sicily and 333 km north of Libya. Malta covers just over 316 km², making it one of the world's smallest and most densely populated countries.
Top MBA Programs in Business Studies in Malta 2018
The MBA program consists of 2 full years of work (4 semesters). Students will take four courses in each of the first three semesters. The fourth semester is entirely dedicated to the research project. No course is elective at this time. [+]
This MBA degree is specifically designed by University of Chester (and taught at Global College Malta) for aspiring managers and those who aim to enhance their management career to work and think in a strategical manner as well as to develop leadership skills. [+]
MBAThe Master of Business Administration is to be introduced by Global College Malta as a first course for students who intend to study for a master degree in business administration in Malta.The MBA course aims to: Provide an intellectually challenging and vocationally relevant learning experience where participants can develop and demonstrate a critical knowledge and understanding of the theoretical concepts of business and management and their utility in improving business and management practice. Provide participants with knowledge and develop understanding in the functional areas of management, and their interaction with the contextual forces which impact organisations. Progress participants’ understanding and development towards the ability to take a strategic view of management, encompassing the complexity and dynamics of business and management. Facilitate the development and demonstration of participants’ intellectual skills of information processing, analysis, synthesis, critical appraisal, creativity and innovation and their ability to manage and make decisions in situations of ambiguity and uncertainty. Deepen understanding and broaden awareness of cultural issues. Produce managers who are able to improve the quality of management decision-making, leadership, and business practice across a range of organisations and in a variety of contexts. Give graduating managers a thorough understanding and appreciation of the importance of ethics and corporate social responsibility in the modern manager.The course will run full time for three semesters. A part-time option will be also available. Benefits of the MBA at GCM... [-]