MBA Overview

What is an MBA?

The Master in Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally-recognized degree that is the business professional's passport into the world of business management. This intensive program is uniquely designed to meet the needs of business students who wish to use their MBA to gain credibility, accelerate their development, or switch careers.

The coursework covers the fundamental subjects that are essential in business management, such as finance, marketing, and quantitative analysis, while emphasizing innovation, critical thinking, leadership and teamwork. An MBA program provides students with the platform to learn skills to take their career to the next level and network with other professionals from around the globe.

Who needs an MBA? Why choose an MBA instead of other business programs?

While there are many reasons that students choose to pursue an MBA, an MBA is generally considered the stepping stone for people who have a certain number of years of work experience, yet desire to take their career to the next level, whether it means they seek career advancement in their designated industry, want to change careers, or wish to pursue entrepreneurship.

On the contrary, students with limited experience are encouraged to work for a number of years to accumulate more practical experience before entering an MBA, while high-level managers or CEOs may choose an EMBA program. There are also master’s programs that focus in certain business specialties such as Finance, Accountancy, Marketing, or other niche specialties. Students would receive in-depth training in those fields, but still lack a general management background.