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University of Cape Town

University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business

MBA

Accreditations: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS

Programme features

  • The MBA at Cape Town is the only one in Africa listed in the Financial Times Top 100 and promises to transform its student’s personal and professional lives.  
  • Although international in scope, the programme places business issues within an African context. Teaching is practical in focus with the latest business research surrounding communication, leadership and entrepreneurship keeping it at the cutting edge of professional development. 
  • The curriculum is structured around a set of core courses which serve to give students a strong foundation in the fundamentals of business management. Core courses are complemented by an ever-changing selection of elective courses, which are adapted to the current business climate.

Duration

  • One year full-time or two years part-time.

Number of places

  • ––

Fees and funding 2015

  • South African/African citizens and permanent residents – R184,450 (£10,379)
  • Non-African residents and international students – R334,180 (£18,802)
  • Cape Town offers a limited number of scholarships, awarded based on a number of factors such as gender, social contribution and industry experience (STEM).

Executive MBA

Accreditations: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS

Programme features

  • The Executive MBA at Cape Town is aimed at senior and executive managers and seeks to develop them into advanced strategic and systems thinkers.
  • The curriculum is broken into six modules which reflect the challenges students face in their professional lives: Systems Thinking and Scenario Learning, Operational Dimensions of Business Acumen, Strategic Dimensions of Business Acumen, Globalisation and Entrepreneurship, Corporate Citizenship and Normative Management and  Critical and Strategic Management Thought.
  • Students attend six two week full-time residential blocks. 

Duration

  • Two years.

Number of places

  • ––

Fees and funding 2015

  • South African/African citizens and permanent residents - R134,215 per academic year (£7,551).
  • Non-African residents and international students - R281,670 per academic year (£15,851).
  • Cape Town offers a limited number of scholarships, awarded based on a number of factors such as gender, social contribution and industry experience (STEM).

Quick Guides to MBA Tuition Fees and Finance

Address

GSB Admissions , University of Cape Town , Private Bag X3 , Rondebosch, 7701 , Cape Town, South Africa