For every business oriented student or professional a Masters in Business Administration is the gateway to success. Unicaf University top-class MBA prepares its graduates for the very demanding world of business and provides an excellent opportunity for ambitious business students or working professionals to enhance their career. Further it is ideal for people wishing to start their own business while it offers excellent prospects for future employment.
A key target is to blend and interrelates business theories with practical aspects. This allows UNICAF MBA students to get an insight and understanding of real world complexities.
Highly demanded skills such as leadership, innovation, organisation, analytical, creativity and team working skills are developed through the course and allow students to further enhance their capabilities.
Throughout the Masters degree key business aspects will be taught, including strategic and financial management, leadership, professional development, business and research methods.
Unicaf University MBA students are eligible to transfer into the University of South Wales (UK) MBA upon successful completion of 120 credits. To graduate with the USW MBA they will have to complete an additional 2 modules (60 credits)
Delivery Mode: Online and through Supported Open Learning
- Regular admission to a Master’s programme requires an accredited Bachelor degree
- Applicants with an accredited Master’s degree will also be considered for entry
- HND Relevant holders with good relevant work experience (post graduation) may be considered for entry
- English proficiency (if the Bachelor degree was not taught in English)
- Updated CV
- One official letter of recommendation (either Academic or Business)
- Personal Statement (mimimum 500 words)
- Copy of passport or ID
The aim of this module is to analyse theories and techniques related to finance and strategy. The module includes financial management theories, analysis of financial statements, economic and accounting ratios, cost and cash flow analysis as well as strategic decision management.
The aim of this module is to provide students with a detailed insight of the concepts behind the management of businesses. Uses of management theories are analysed and developed while at the same an examination is made of how management should be contacted in different scale organisations and businesses.
This module aims to teach how professionals can develop their careers. Students are taught how to develop their learning and professional skills, academic skills, communication, innovation skills, conflict and team management.
This module aims to show students the functions that are in motion within businesses. It aims to make students understand the different business models that are in operation and also identify the difficulties involved in putting into force strategic decisions. Throughout the course students will understand the importance of markets, consumers, finance, operations and human resource.
The aim of this module is to provide the student with the appropriate tools to understand the importance of researching in a business. Research methods and methodologies are analysed with emphasis on qualitative and quantitative approaches to research. Students will learn how to proceed with data collection and analysis as well as how to proceed with literature reviews.
Logistics and supply chains in an increasingly globalized world are becoming more and more important. This module aims to make students understand the important of logistics and supply chains for businesses, especially large organisations. Drivers of globalization, logistics and supply chain processes, theories and concepts are developed throughout the course.
This module is about strategic analysis, implementation of business strategies and planning in organisations. Relevant models are examined throughout the course while an in depth analysis of the firms competitive position in the market and industry is conducted.
This module is about leadership and strategy. Students learn how to take action within organisations and learn about key concepts, practices and theories. Throughout the course students will learn how to manage innovation, complexity and knowledge in dynamic organisations.
This module is primarily a research based course. Students are expected to carry out their own investigation and produce a research report to a business relevant field.