University of Bradford's MBA programme
THE Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme accredited by the prestigious University of Bradford in Britain.
The School of Management at the University of Bradford is one of only 58 business schools in the world - less than 1 per cent - to hold the triple accreditations of European Quality Improvement System, Association of MBAs, and Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, also known as the "Triple Crown".
The 14-module MBA course caters to both full-time and part-time students, and can be completed in approximately 15 months or two years, respectively. Students are also required to complete a management project.
The curriculum comprises 10 core modules, including Business Accounting; Business Ethics and Sustainability; Corporate Finance; Managerial and Professional Development; Marketing; and Operations Management.
Students also have to complete four elective modules, such as E-business; Marketing Communications; and International Business in Emerging Economies.
Candidates must be degree holders with three years of managerial work experience, which can be from any industry, including both the private and public sectors, and charitable organisations.
They must also have a first degree awarded by a British university or an overseas equivalent degree, or a relevant professional qualification.
The MBA programme is open for enrolment in April and October next year.