An Executive MBA offers dual benefits. It is an excellent investment to support your own leadership development but it will also contribute to your employer's innovation and strategic development.

  1. Innovation and Change
    The knowledge you acquire from faculty and business practitioners can be transferred back to the organisation to inspire innovation and change.
  2. Leadership Skills
    Your enhanced analytical, managerial and leadership skills will improve your effectiveness at work.
  3. Collaboration
    You will work with high-calibre MBA colleagues, including participants from overseas, and this will expand your own and your employer's network of contacts and expertise.
  4. Valuable Research
    You can choose to undertake a number of project assignments based on your own organisation. Your employer will gain from valuable research tailored to their needs and influenced by the latest theory and practice.
  5. Consultancy
    There will also be opportunities to undertake consultancy assignments for other (non-competing) organisations. You will pick up ideas which will undoubtedly stimulate innovation in your own organisation.
  6. Resources & Expertise
    Your employer will be able to access additional University resources and expertise. Employers can access a new source of talent for recruitment, attend public speaker events, host student projects and internships, or commission research through one of the University's leading research centres.