A programme that aims to challenge and inspire you
The University of Gibraltar MBA is a one year full-time, or two year part-time accelerated programme which will commence in September 2019 at the University’s School of Business.
By the time you graduate you should have the skills and experience to succeed in high-pressure, high-paying leadership roles.
Delivered by expert teaching staff and industry experts, the full time MBA is a one-year accelerated programme that usually requires a commitment of sixteen hours class time a week. The part time study mode is designed to fit around your career and requires a commitment of 8 hours class time a week over evenings. The schedule below outlines a typical study plan.
Titles are subject to change. Timings will be different for part time mode.
|Accounting & Reporting**||Leadership and Managing Change||Capstone Project*|
|Marketing Management||Managerial Finance**|
|Managing New Technologies||Business Law|
|Managing People||Strategic Decision Making|
* Students can choose a project that has a general focus or a more specialist focus such as Fintech, New Technologies, Events, Tourism & Hospitality or Gaming.
**Qualified accountants will be eligible to apply for exemption from these modules.
Based at the University of Gibraltar’s award winning Europa Point Campus, you will have access to specialist learning resources including open study areas and cutting-edge technology. This, combined with a curriculum that blends theoretical approaches to business disciplines with practical experience, means that you will emerge from the programme ready to manage in the world of business.
Gibraltar enjoys a largely diverse, thriving economy and is the headquarters for a wealth of global businesses offering you opportunities to learn from the best and access valuable national and international networks.
Typically, all applicants will have:
English Language Requirements:
|Programme||Fee (per annum)||Years|
Note: the above fees are for the Academic year 2020/21 and are subject to indexation.
If you have been resident in Gibraltar for more than five years then, once you receive your offer letter from the University of Gibraltar, you can apply to the Department of Education for funding.