The primary purpose of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) is to educate and train graduates who can contribute to the development of knowledge. This prepares them for advanced and specialised professional employment, with the capacity for critically aware and innovative leadership in a particular field.
Successful completion of our MBA requires a high level of theoretical engagement and intellectual independence. It also demands a demonstration of the ability to relate knowledge to resolving complex problems in appropriate areas of professional practice.
In addition, graduates must be able to:
- Deal with complex issues both systematically and creatively
- Design and critically appraise analytical writing
- Make sound judgements using data and information at their disposal
- Communicate their conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences
- Demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and solving problems
- Act autonomously in planning and implementing tasks with a professional orientation
- Continue to advance their knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to a particular profession
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