Our distinguished Faculty members are chosen for their contributions to the academic and business world. Many have held positions in universities, acted as advisers to governments, and consulted for multinationals. They are also renowned authors, first class lecturers, experienced research supervisors and examiners.
A variety of instructional methods supports the MBA modules. This includes Workshop Retreats and Seminars. Study groups, with facilitator guidance, are an integral part of learning. Such team learning mirrors the group dynamics in the real workplace. Case studies, based on real-life experience of participants, are used. Such experiential learning helps to solve real problems of organizations. Computer aided learning is also used.
This is an essential part of the program. To do well in the MBA course, it is critical to understand generic methodological issues, research techniques (including literature search methodology), study and writing skills, and the presentation, communication and dissemination of research results.
Our MBA is fully supported by up-to-date learning resources. They include texts, case studies, study guides, and reference materials compiled and sourced by our learned faculty members from specialist websites, online publications, high level papers and reports from think tanks and government and international agencies. Teaching Resources and Approach
All applicants should have a good undergraduate degree from a recognized university. Those without a basic degree are considered on the basis of managerial and professional experience and other relevant background.