University of South Africa UNISA MBA

By | July 8, 2019

University of South Africa UNISA MBA

An MBA is regarded by many as the ticket to the C-suite.  After all you’d be hard-pressed to find a CEO who doesn’t have one.  More than anything, an MBA is structured to turn a manager into a holistic leader capable of steering an organisation and its people to success.  The MBA gives you access to continue your studies towards a DBL, providing you meet the admission requirements of the DBL.

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Admission requirements and supporting documents

  • A Bachelor’s degree or any equivalent (provide a clear copy of certificate as well as transcript indicating the symbol or percentage obtained for each module and indicating that the qualification was completed)
  • A Bachelor’s Honours Degree or a Postgraduate Diploma (minimum 120 credits), or a 480-credit Bachelor’s Degree (provide a clear copy of degree as well as transcript indicating the symbol or percentage obtained for each module and indicating that the qualification was completed)
  • Original documentary proof of at least three years’ managerial/ professional work experience (eg a letter from your employer on an official letterhead), indicating your period of service or a certificate of service.  If you operate your own business, the statement can be made by your auditor, accountant, attorney or partner
  • A two-page double-space document motivating why you want to obtain an MBA degree.  You have to certify that this motivation is your own work and prepared solely by you for the application process
  • A recent Curriculum Vitae
  • Supply a clear copy of your identity document/ passport
  • Compulsory selection test

Once the application is successfully completed, students are required to write the NMAT test as part of the selection process. Online registration and support are available at www.nmat.org

For email support: nmatglobalsupport@gmac.com

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Registration & Scheduling of NMAT tests:  16 August 2018 – 15 January 2019

Exam Delivery:  4 September 2018 – 31 January 2019