MBA (Master of Business Administration) – an academic postgraduate degree in business management aimed at gaining specialized knowledge and skills for professional management and a holistic understanding of the functioning of the business.
Modern MBA education signposts not only the availability of a certain amount of knowledge from its owner, but also the desire to improve and extend professional skills in business management.
The MBA program is primarily aimed at people with higher education and significant managerial work experience.
Studying under the MBA program provides a possibility to systematize your existing knowledge, gain new one and develop own practical application based on the existing experience.
Establishing of the local partner of Edinburgh Business School in Eastern Europe gave an additional possibility to get a classic business education that meets British standards without leaving the country or business.
The MBA programme is designed for business owners, senior executives who need to systematize knowledge and gain relevant qualifications. The Edinburgh Business School MBA program will help you to get and organize the knowledge and approaches you use to develop with your business, help you make your team and company more efficient, increase the scale and quality of your personal achievements.
Materials and courses offered by Edinburgh Business School relate to virtually all areas and functions of the business that wishes to continue and develop.
One of the main requirements of entering on-campus Edinburgh Business School MBA program is the availability of managerial and executive experience.
Students should be able to compare and use their managerial experience with topics discussed in the classroom.
Course material gives students basic knowledge of a particular specialty, besides this, students have the opportunity to exchange experience not only with teachers, but also with their classmates, occupying similar positions in different spheres of business.
It is very important to know and understand the relationship that exists between different areas of the company, the relationship between the units within the company itself, the dependence on changes and motivations that affect the outcome of the process as a whole. Business education provides a helicopter vision of the organization’s work as a unified system.
– Classic British Education
Students study materials written by the London Business School, Imperial College London, INSEAD, Tulane University, Stanford Business School Authors for the Edinburgh Business School.
– International Diploma
Upon successfully passing all exams and completing the program Student receives an MBA Degree from Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University, UK (without the indication of the country of study and language). MBA award is issued by the United Kingdom and comply with international requirements to MBA diplomas (approved by the Royal Charter of the United Kingdom and recognized by the US Department of Education). It is also supported with European Supplement
– Global knowledge and practice
The course materials are based on the international achievements, standards and practice, supported by case studies of global, British, American and Western European companies and corporations.
– Ability to study in Russian or English
The MBA program of the Edinburgh Business School is supported in five working languages of United Nations: English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic and Russian. In Ukraine students can get an in-class support in Russian or English.
The principle of the global philosophy of the School is: “The School should come closer to the student, not the other way round”, therefore the flexibility of learning is implemented through several options at once: language and modes of study, duration and location of studying.
The average age of people choosing an MBA program ranges from 28 to 45 years.
However, there are also quite young business managers who are actively moving up the career ladder and are in need of obtaining an MBA. There are also highly experienced students whose desire to get an MBA education after 50.
During the year you can join one of 2 regular semesters: February to June, September to December.
Classes on those semesters start on the first or second week of September or February respectively.
Moreover, there are agile schedules for students who wish to continue studying in the interim time, possible upon availability – ask us!
Studying materials or course materials are available in English – these are global courses developed by authors from Edinburgh and other leading business schools (London Business School, Imperial College London, INSEAD, Tulane University, Stanford Business School) that form the basis of the Programme.
They are complemented by Tutor materials developed locally in one of the exam languages, examples of Past Examinations (or Past Papers) and many more.
Materials are published on global and local platforms and are available to students throughout the whole period of studies
The value and quality of the Edinburgh Business School diplomas is guaranteed by the Heriot-Watt University awarded and recognized with the Royal Charter.
The school never applied for additional voluntary accreditation in organizations confirming the quality of MBA diplomas or its equivalence to British or other standards.
The school is also proud to earn the trust of employers – 40% of Edinburgh Business School graduates are part of Fortune 500 companies.
EBS MBA is also the one most widely chosen around the world with ap. 10000 active students yearly and over 21000 graduates around the world.
- Availability of business experience, experience of owning and / or managing business, experience in management positions – not less than 5
- CV (resume) or LinkedIn link supporting the above mentioned
Level of English proficiency – equivalent to IELTS 6.5 (reading)
Motivational essay in English
All available Diplomas in Higher Education / Professional Certificates (if available)
Individual interview to sync your expectations, and finalize the process of admission
Payment can be made for the entire programme at once, as well as by installments.
You can pay by semester according to the selected number of subjects / courses taken. For example, the full cost of an MBA programme, consisting of 9 courses, is equivalent to $ 25,920.00, respectively; the cost of one course is the equivalent to $ 2,880. You can start your MBA programme with just one course.
There is a procedure of exemption possible for all core and elective courses.
In Edinburgh Business School we rate the equivalence of national diplomas and international qualifications with the aim of exempting courses and / or providing academic credits.
We use the UK National Agency NARIC, which is a part of a worldwide network of centers.
We adhere to mutual recognition of qualifications and support student mobility.
Scotland has undertaken to verify the compatibility of the national education system (SCQF) with the general qualifications framework developed for the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and, if applicable, to enroll in individual courses.
Didn’t find an answer?
Just leave us a message below: