Key Summary: This professionally designed, Global Executive Master in Business Administration Programme will develop the advanced executive management, business and administration skills and abilities which are essential to prepare men and women for senior and executive level business and managerial positions in today’s highly competitive global world. Global MBA is a level 7 qualification for those who have an accredited degree in business and vast experienced in various specializations with study materials and content written and produced by world-leading experts and publishers.

  • The GeMBA provides practical career-oriented ability and knowledge, high-level graduate understanding and rapid learning, ensuring the Programme is enjoyable, effective and beneficial.
  • As well as studying core Subjects which are essential for understanding the operations and management of enterprises, you choose a specialisation and undertake a Project/Thesis. 
  • The GeMBA is designed to accelerate your high-level career development towards well-paid senior and executive positions, and give you skills to ensure your effectiveness in such posts.

Who the GeMBA is for: This Programme is for men and women aiming to get to the top of their chosen careers, and who are motivated, highly-driven and determined to be successful, top-quality leaders, executives, business people and senior managers; they recognise the importance of high-quality study, training and education in our highly competitive business world. 

Modules and Structure

This MBA covers a broad range of topics from all areas of business management. This includes international strategic management and innovation, international marketing, and entrepreneurship. Further, you will learn how to evaluate the economic environment in which businesses operate with awareness of complexities, interdependencies, opportunities, risks and consequences, while being able to balance diverse stakeholder perspectives. 

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Finance & Accounting Managers
  • Cost Accountants
  • Professionals who are AIA, ACA, ACCA, CIMA, ICAP Certified and have the required Managerial experience.

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Investment Analysis
  • Corporate Reporting
  • Global Finance and Strategy
  • Strategic Financial Management
  • Strategic Audit
  • Business Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months .

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • School Leaders & Managers
  • Professionals in Public and Private Educational Institutions
  • Teachers and Educational Practitioners

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • School Leaders & Managers
  • Professionals in Public and Private Educational Institutions
  • Teachers and Educational Practitioners

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Contemporary Issues in Education: Theory, Policy and Practice
  • The Management of Educational Change
  • Managing Effective Intercultural Communication and Perspectives
  • Pedagogy and Practice in Education
  • Leading Reflective Practice in Education
  • Research Methods in Education

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months.

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Health Care Professionals ( Clinical & Non-Clinical)
  • Social Care Professionals
  • Public Health Consultants and Policy Makers

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Health and Social Care Leadership
  • Managing People in Health and Social Care
  • Managing Finance in Health and Social Care
  • Health and Social Care Strategies and Policies
  • Leading Change in Health and Social Care
  • Research Methods for Healthcare Professionals

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months.

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Experienced Human Resource Manager
  • Training & Development Manager
  • Recruitment Manager
  • Employment Relation Manager

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Engagement of Employees and Organisational Learning
  • Leadership Development and Performance Management
  • Global Resourcing, Talent and Reward Management
  • Managing Employment Relations and Employment Law
  • Business Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months.

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management Professionals
  • Network Planner
  • Supply Chain Planner/Manager
  • Professionals in the field of Process Management and Vendor Development

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Logistics Management
  • Supply Chain Planning, Modelling and Analytics
  • Procurement and Supply Management
  • Supply Chain and Operations Strategy
  • Sustainable Operations Management
  • Business Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months.

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Project Manager
  • Technical Project Manager
  • Technical Project Lead
  • Business Project Lead
  • Programme Manager

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Planning, Controlling and Leading a Project
  • Procurement Risk and Contract Management
  • Advanced Project and Logistics Management
  • Operations and Information Management for Project Managers
  • Advanced Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months 

WHO SHOULD ENROL

  • Public Sector – in government, civil service, international organizations, social research and non-profit organizations, etc.
  • Private Sector- in education and administration, HR and public affairs,government relations consultancy
 

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Managing and Leading in the Public Sector
  • Public Service Reform and Innovation
  • Policy and Politics – Theory and Analysis
  • Managing Public Finance
  • Managing Public Sector Projects
  • Advanced Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months 

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Senior Professionals across:
  • Business Management
  • Information Technology
  • Health Care
  • Financial & Insurance Sector
  • Production and Quality
  • Logistics & Supply Chain

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months 

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Chief Executive
  • Global Director
  • General Manager
  • Program Manager
  • Business Consultant
  • Finance Director

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Strategic Management
  • Strategic Leadership
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Financial Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Advanced Business Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months 

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Professionals in the field of Marketing
  • Account Managers
  • Brand Managers

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Contemporary Issues and Principles of Marketing
  • Consumer Behaviour and Market Communications
  • Digital and Social Media Marketing
  • Contemporary Challenges and Strategic Marketing
  • Strategic Brand Management
  • Marketing Research Project

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months 

WHO SHOULD ENROLL

  • Food & Beverage Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Event Management Professionals
  • Tour Operations Manager
  • Travel Agent
  • Hotel Operations Manager
  • Banquet & Conference Manager

ELIGIBILITY

Graduate

  • Minimum 2 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Non Graduate

  • Minimum 5 Years of Managerial Work Experience in Selected Stream

Modules

  • Strategic Management and Marketing
  • Destination Management
  • International Tourism Policy and Development
  • E-Tourism and Social Media
  • Organisational Behaviour in International Contexts
  • Advanced Research Methods

This stage can be completed in one academic term of 6-months 

THIS IS A PROGRAM TO TRAIN AND PRODUCE EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL STORES AND INVENTORY PERSONNEL AND MANAGERS.

An enterprise’s success can be greatly affected by the efficiency of its stores operations; efficient stores management can save money, help retain customers and maintain continuous operations; but stores mismanagement can lose an enterprise money, customers and production.  A stores manager must be able to manage stores, stockyards and inventory; and plan, organise and coordinate inventory work; and train, supervise and control stores personnel; this Program teaches how that is done, and how to carry our stores management and stock control tasks effectively and professionally.

MAJOR TOPICS COVERED 

  • The stores function in an enterprise and its main activities.
  • The need for efficient management of stores.
  • The principles of management: recruiting, training, controlling, motivating stores personnel.
  • Attributes and abilities looked for in stores/inventorystaff. 
  • Health and safety, and accident prevention in stores, stockyards and warehouses.
  • Staff and managerial responsibilities for safety; protective clothing, safety equipment.
  • Storehouse buildings: factors regarding their location, design and layout.
  • Considerations regarding floors, entrances and exits, and sub-stores.
  • Planning in stores and stockyards, heating, ensuring efficiency of movement, stores maintenance. 
  • Stockyards: materials, location, design, layout, throughflow, protection of stored items.
  • Manual and powered stores equipment, materials handling, training of staff.
  • Storage, measuring and general stores equipment.
  • Facilitating orders and movement of stocks out of the stores.
  • Order picking, packaging, avoiding damages, the use of pallets and racks. 
  • Protection of stock against loss and damage, causes of spoilage, how to overcome these problems.
  • Storehouse and stockyard security, control over keys, prevention of theft and pilfering.
  • Fire prevention, fire drills and fire-fighting equipment.
  • Ordering stock items, documentation and planning.
  • Stock items, inventory identification, codes, creating and understanding coding systems. 
  • Stock records: their contents and uses, importance of accuracy.
  • Statistics and reports; the role and management of the stores office.
  • Procedures for stock receipts and issues, coordination with other departments; packing, despatch.
  • Setting stock levels, reorder levels, factors in levels set; costs, ABC, EOQ, forecasting.
  • Stocktaking: reasons and purposes, procedures, spot checks, stock valuation, inspections.
  • Obsolete and obsolescent stock, disposal of unwanted goods.
  • Data and documentation, data safety, computer systems and backups.
THIS PROGRAM IS SPECIALLY DESIGNED TO TEACH THE SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE NEEDED TO BECOME WELL-TRAINED AND SUCCESSFUL PURCHASING AND RESOURCING PROFESSIONAL AND MANAGER.

Whether an enterprise is involved in manufacturing, distribution or providing a service, the function of purchasing or ‘buying’ is a job for trained professionals.  Proficient purchasing can greatly increase the efficiency, competitiveness and profitability of a business; but unwise buying can seriously damage its operations, reputation and profits.  This very practical Program covers the responsibilities and duties of professional buyers, and looks at the importance of policy, quality, supplier relationships and negotiations, and of personnel and planning issues in purchasing management.

SUMMARY OF MAJOR TOPICS

Module 1 – Introduction to Purchasing and Resourcing Management

  • Modern purchasing as a professional managerial activity, objectives, purchasing and logistics
  • Strategic purchasing, purchasing in the management hierarchy, products, goods and services
  • Categories of organizational buyers, channels of distribution, wholesale and retail businesses
  • Principles of management, functional and human aspects, policies, standards and performance

Module 2 – Purchasing Objectives and Strategy

  • Business planning, purchasing’s general and specific objectives, setting purchasing strategy
  • Purchasing strategies, manufacturing for stock, to order strategy, just-in-time (JIT), forward buying
  • Total quality management and purchasing, partnership sourcing, the “Pareto Principle” and “80-20 Rule”
  • Customer satisfaction levels and costs, sellers and buyers markets, evaluation of purchasing strategy

Module 3 – Purchasing Policy: Formulation, Implementation and Control

  • Formulating purchasing policy, market profiles, production cycle times, forecasting demand
  • Economic order quantities, influences on purchase decisions, quality approval of supplies, budgets
  • Statistical and ABC classifications of stocks, risk analysis, monitoring and control of key costs
  • Expertise needs in purchasing, technology, changes in purchasing policy, organisational development

Module 4 – Purchasing Organisation Structure, Responsibilities, Job Structures

  • Purchasing organisation, organisational structures, centralisation and decentralisation
  • Organisational strengths and weaknesses, SWOT analysis, the purchasing function’s status
  • Organisation of purchasing personnel, job structures, specifications, rotation, analysis, changes
  • Teamwork in purchasing, team roles, multi-skilled logistics roles, co-ordination with other functions


Module 5 – Control Systems, Procedures and Records

  • Purchasing control systems, implementation, control and feedback cycles
  • The basic purchasing process, notification, requisition, quotations, supplier selection, orders
  • Purchasing documentation, structure of a purchasing manual, policies and processes
  • Selection of preferred suppliers, supplier appraisal and research, provisioning, priorities

Module 6 – Information Technology in Purchasing and Supply

  • Disadvantages of manual systems, better performance through technology, computer systems
  • Computerisation of systems, applications, databases, Gannt, network analysis and flow charts
  • Hardware, software, information and processing needs, computerised logistics applications
  • Impacts of technology on purchasing and suppliers, e-procurement, e-marketplaces

Module 7 – The Human Resource in the Supply Chain

  • Management of the human resource, centralised and devolved HR, relationships with others
  • Manpower planning, effective recruitment, selection, interviewing candidates, tests and evaluation
  • Training personnel, assessing development needs, training methods, development processes
  • Performance appraisal and management, personnel investment processes, project-based development

Module 8 – Management Style, Motivation and Control

  • Management attitudes, scientific management, management and motivational theories
  • Appraisal of managerial styles, task-oriented, relationships-oriented, situational managerial style
  • Managerial styles in purchasing, a motivational audit, conflict resolution, reasons conflicts arise
  • Employee grievances and disputes, disciplinary procedure, pay structures, job evaluation

Module 9 – Sourcing Processes and Supplier Relationships

  • Principles of sourcing, attributes of good suppliers, making sourcing decisions, price-quality strategy
  • Production, make or buy decisions, materials management and requirements planning (MRP)
  • Pricing considerations, analysis and structures, discounts, contracts, total cost of acquisition (TCA)
  • Supplier relationships, traditional and contemporary, JIT manufacture, partnership sourcing

Module 10 – Quality Management in the Purchasing Function

  • Quality management in purchasing, definition of quality, quality policy in purchasing
  • Quality control, assurance and approval, specification of quality standards, performance standards
  • Total quality management, TQM processes and concepts, barriers to quality competitiveness
  • Quality implementation costs, quality costs versus customer satisfaction priorities, quality auditing

Module 11 – Negotiating and Bargaining in the Supply Chain

  • Definition and aims of negotiation, negotiators, when negotiation is needed, resolving disagreement
  • Situations which require negotiation, the scope, stages and conduct of a negotiation
  • Strategy and tactics, poor and good negotiation, body language signals, win-win, effective bargaining
  • Personal effectiveness in negotiations, authority, ethics and negotiation, professional practice

Module 12 – Further Purchasing Techniques and Practices

  • Support tools in purchasing, logistics database support, data access, JIT systems, team-work
  • Supplier tendering procedures, competitive tendering policy, tender documentation, evaluation
  • Supplier performance databases, e-commerce in purchasing, buying power, drafting specifications
  • Benchmarking, processes, performance drivers, benefits, quantitative and qualitative measuring
THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES DETAILED, THOROUGH, WELL-PLANNED AND LEARNER-FRIENDLY GUIDANCE OF THE ESSENTIAL CONCEPTS WHICH NEED TO BE UNDERSTOOD TO ACHIEVE A SUCCESSFUL PROFESSIONAL CAREER IN THE FIELD OF REAL ESTATE (PROPERTY) MANAGEMENT. IT IS DESIGNED FOR ANYONE WISHING TO STUDY AND/OR UNDERSTAND THE ESSENTIAL CONCEPTS NEEDED FOR REAL ESTATE, SURVEYING, LAND MANAGEMENT, HOUSING, PROPERTY, PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION.

The key concepts of this interesting study and career area are arranged, defined and explained to provide key knowledge and understanding, quickly and conveniently. The most important subjects in land and property fields are introduced and written about by experts with considerable expertise of property management in the modern business environment. The course covers: Planning, Building surveying, Valuation, Law, Economics, Investment, Finance, Quantity surveying, Construction, Regeneration, Sustainability, Property management, and more. The course includes many relevant examples and illustrations and advice to encourage a deep understanding of the subjects.

THE MAJOR TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:

  • Introduction to Real Estate Management 
  • Agency – client relationships 
  • Building Surveying 
  • Commercial Property Management 
  • Construction and Development 
  • Economics for Real Estate 
  • Finance, Investment, Taxation
  • Land Management 
  • Elements of Real Estate Law
  • Planning in Real Estate 
  • Property Asset Management
  • Quantity Surveying 
  • Real Estate and Land Regeneration
  • Residential Property & Housing Management 
  • Issues of Sustainability and Environment
  • Real Estate Valuation
THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES A WIDE RANGING BUT CONCISE EXAMINATION OF ALL THE KEY THEMES, TRENDS AND ISSUES OF CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD POLITICS.

The Program provides a framework for understanding and analyzing current and future world situations and problems, and how international relations theory, history, geography, politics and other factors influence the globalized world today.  The Program connects the theory and the practice of international relations and world politics and teaches how to apply international relations theory to making and to implementing policy.

SUMMARY OF MAJOR TOPICS

  • The meaning of and differences between International Relations and World Politics.
  • Globalization and the key actors: states, international organizations, NGOs and individuals.
  • National security, national economics and national identity within the scope of international relations.
  • International relations and world politics: an analytical framework, theories and points of view.
  • Historical factors and influences on in International Relations and World Politics.
  • International systems; definitions and scope, global twentieth-century systems; contemporary world powers.
  • Understanding physical and human geography and their effect on IR & WP.
  • Religion, culture, nationalism and ethnicity: their impact on conflict international relations and policy.
  • Globalization and technological, social, economic impacts on humanity.
  • Capitalism, global commerce, global governance, export-import, monetary and trade regimes.
  • National Security in terms of power, national interests, objectives, threats and foreign policy.
  • Policymaking conflicts and dilemmas when considering national security.
  • Capabilities and power: political capabilities, social and cultural capabilities, geographic and economic capabilities; military capabilities; measuring power.
  • Diplomacy and Foreign Policy; factors affecting the foreign-policy decision making process; modern communications and practices; how diplomacy works, diplomatic processes: recognition of States and Governments, diplomatic immunities, diplomatic missions, communications.
  • Diplomacy, disarmament and arms control, concerns of weapons proliferation, negotiation.
  • The  development and implementation of international law in global civil society: diplomacy and security; economic and commercial matters; human rights and the environment; international criminal accountability.
  • The United Nations (UN): objectives and structure; armed intervention and the use of force.
  • International organizations and international law; alliances and coalitions, NATO, security.
  • Interstate conflict, the reasons for conflict: international, individual and groups, state and societal levels.
  • Policy, national strategy, war and the use of force; deterrence, defence and warfighting.
  • Armed intervention, national security, humanitarian intervention.
  • Asymmetric conflict, terrorism, causes of terrorism, the changing nature of terrorism; policymaking responses and approaches to terrorism.
  • Transnational crime and globalization; assessment of threats.
  • Trade theory, competition and comparative advantage; unequal trade and competition; trade and economic impacts on local, regional and national areas; trade and finance, free-trade theory, exchange rate mechanisms and their affects on import and export; the impact of technology on trade.
  • Why some countries develop and use technologies and why other countries do not.
  • Global governance tasks: sustaining trade and monetary regimes and global trade.
  • Development: uneven development between developing and developed countries.
  • Poverty and development; capital and sources of finance for development: aid, loans, direct foreign investment, trade.
  • Sustaining development: impacting factors such as population growth, the environment, health, military spending and war, resource depletion, health care.
  • Human Rights: international factors including religion, culture, globalisation, political systems; definitions of and varied commitment to human rights and the human condition.
  • Human rights across cultures; values, ethics and morals that transcend diverse cultures.
  • Refugees: treatment; wars, natural disasters and other causes.
  • The environment, world challenges, a global perspective: the atmosphere, biodiversity, water, fisheries, land.
  • The environment and security; resources, group-identity conflicts, civil strife.
  • International organizations and transnational nongovernmental organizations and environmental protection.
THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES A WIDE RANGING BUT CONCISE EXAMINATION OF ALL THE KEY THEMES, TRENDS AND ISSUES OF CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD POLITICS.

The Program provides a framework for understanding and analyzing current and future world situations and problems, and how international relations theory, history, geography, politics and other factors influence the globalized world today.  The Program connects the theory and the practice of international relations and world politics and teaches how to apply international relations theory to making and to implementing policy.

SUMMARY OF MAJOR TOPICS

  • The meaning of and differences between International Relations and World Politics.
  • Globalization and the key actors: states, international organizations, NGOs and individuals.
  • National security, national economics and national identity within the scope of international relations.
  • International relations and world politics: an analytical framework, theories and points of view.
  • Historical factors and influences on in International Relations and World Politics.
  • International systems; definitions and scope, global twentieth-century systems; contemporary world powers.
  • Understanding physical and human geography and their effect on IR & WP.
  • Religion, culture, nationalism and ethnicity: their impact on conflict international relations and policy.
  • Globalization and technological, social, economic impacts on humanity.
  • Capitalism, global commerce, global governance, export-import, monetary and trade regimes.
  • National Security in terms of power, national interests, objectives, threats and foreign policy.
  • Policymaking conflicts and dilemmas when considering national security.
  • Capabilities and power: political capabilities, social and cultural capabilities, geographic and economic capabilities; military capabilities; measuring power.
  • Diplomacy and Foreign Policy; factors affecting the foreign-policy decision making process; modern communications and practices; how diplomacy works, diplomatic processes: recognition of States and Governments, diplomatic immunities, diplomatic missions, communications.
  • Diplomacy, disarmament and arms control, concerns of weapons proliferation, negotiation.
  • The  development and implementation of international law in global civil society: diplomacy and security; economic and commercial matters; human rights and the environment; international criminal accountability.
  • The United Nations (UN): objectives and structure; armed intervention and the use of force.
  • International organizations and international law; alliances and coalitions, NATO, security.
  • Interstate conflict, the reasons for conflict: international, individual and groups, state and societal levels.
  • Policy, national strategy, war and the use of force; deterrence, defence and warfighting.
  • Armed intervention, national security, humanitarian intervention.
  • Asymmetric conflict, terrorism, causes of terrorism, the changing nature of terrorism; policymaking responses and approaches to terrorism.
  • Transnational crime and globalization; assessment of threats.
  • Trade theory, competition and comparative advantage; unequal trade and competition; trade and economic impacts on local, regional and national areas; trade and finance, free-trade theory, exchange rate mechanisms and their affects on import and export; the impact of technology on trade.
  • Why some countries develop and use technologies and why other countries do not.
  • Global governance tasks: sustaining trade and monetary regimes and global trade.
  • Development: uneven development between developing and developed countries.
  • Poverty and development; capital and sources of finance for development: aid, loans, direct foreign investment, trade.
  • Sustaining development: impacting factors such as population growth, the environment, health, military spending and war, resource depletion, health care.
  • Human Rights: international factors including religion, culture, globalisation, political systems; definitions of and varied commitment to human rights and the human condition.
  • Human rights across cultures; values, ethics and morals that transcend diverse cultures.
  • Refugees: treatment; wars, natural disasters and other causes.
  • The environment, world challenges, a global perspective: the atmosphere, biodiversity, water, fisheries, land.
  • The environment and security; resources, group-identity conflicts, civil strife.
  • International organizations and transnational nongovernmental organizations and environmental protection.
A PROGRAM EXPLAINING THE PURPOSES, ROLES AND FEATURES OF MONEY, BANKS, BANKING, FINANCIAL SYSTEMS AND MARKETS, AND THEIR FUNCTION AND IMPORTANCE IN FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY.

The Program comprehensively covers the roles of financial systems and introduces financial institutions; it looks at interest rates and asset valuation, money supply and demand, and monetary policy and the main types of financial markets. It is written to meet the needs of those requiring good grounding in financial economics theory, combined with institutional and policy matters affecting the world today.

The Program uses many illustrations and examples to explain the subjects. It considers both traditional issues of monetary policy and the independence of central banks, and also more recent, contemporary issues such as the transparency with which central banks conduct monetary policy. 

SUMMARY OF MAJOR TOPICS

Summary of Major Topics:

  • The role of a financial system
  • Introduction to financial systems
  • The UK financial system
  • The US financial system
  • The determination of short-term interest rates
  • The structure of interest rates
  • The valuation of assets
  • Banks and the supply of money
  • The demand for money
  • Monetary policy
  • Money markets
  • Bond markets
  • Equity markets
  • Foreign exchange markets
  • Derivatives – the financial futures markets
  • Options, swaps and other derivatives
AN EXCELLENT, HIGH-LEVEL AND WELL-EXPLAINED PROGRAMME ABOUT CORPORATE STRATEGY, BUSINESS POLICY AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE.

This Program covers the key concepts of strategic management and business policy, scanning the environment and analysing the organisation/environment situation, formulating and planning strategy, and then how to implement and evaluate strategy.  Furthermore, it covers corporate governance, ethics, social responsibility and corporate evaluation and control.

It focuses on understanding strategic management concepts, research and strategic theories and developing a framework of analysis to help identify strategic issues and problems.  The Program covers how to develop, assess and consider alternative courses of action, and to analyse potential future actions at tactical and strategic levels. It covers theory and practice by developing an understanding of when and how to apply concepts and techniques for marketing, accounting, finance, management, operations, and information systems.

The Program helps develop a wide range of abilities and to master vital skills; to analyse and evaluate strategic decisions; to research, gather and interpret key environmental data; to understand the present and future environments; to develop analytical and decision-making skills for dealing with  problems in an ethical manner.

Summary of Major Topics:

  • Concepts of Strategic Management
  • Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility      
  • Environmental Scanning and Industry Analysis 
  • Internal Scanning: Organisational Analysis
  • Strategy Formulation: Situation Analysis and Business Strategy       
  • Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy  
  • Functional Strategy & Strategic Choice
  • Strategy Implementation: Organising for Action
  • Strategy Implementation: Staffing and Directing      
  • Strategic Management, Evaluation and Control

(A more detailed outline of contents is available on request)

AN EXCELLENT, DETAILED IN-DEPTH INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE AND INVESTMENT DECISION MAKING

The Program focuses on the theory and practice of business finance.  It covers the major theories of financial decision making and assesses their practical usefulness, and relates financial and decision-making theory to what happens in actual practice – real-life application.  Where theory and actual financial practice do not match, the reasons why are explained.  The Program covers the business finance environment and provides a very useful framework for financial decision making.  The Program deals in depth with investment decisions: methods and techniques for assessing different investment opportunities, practical aspects of value to financial and other managers/personnel/directors, risk and other relevant issues

Summary of Major Topics:

  • The Business Finance Environment         
  • Business Finance and the Organisation of Business
  • Financial Decision Making – a Framework          
  • Financial Accounting Statements & Interpretation
  • Investment Decisions  
  • Practical Aspects of Investment Appraisal      
  • Investment Appraisal Methods
  • Investment Risk
  • Portfolio Theory and Pricing Models         
  • Taxation
  • Inflation
  • Capital Rationing
  • Cash Flows
  • Present Value Tables and Annuity Tables

(A more detailed outline of contents is available on request)

A PROGRAM ABOUT EFFECTIVE RELATIONSHIPS IN ORGANISATIONS, ABOUT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ABOUT UNDERSTANDING THE BEHAVIOUR OF PEOPLE AT WORK, IN ORDER TO MAKE THE BEST USE OF PEOPLE, STAFF AND EMPLOYEES, TO THE MUTUAL BENEFIT OF ALL CONCERNED.

This Program explains, balances and teaches about the two main approaches to HR; the ‘personnel management’ approach which is workforce-centred with most importance given to the support and correct treatment of the workforce; and the ‘human resource management’ approach which is resource-centred and it is management  and organisational needs for human resources that are given priority.  This detailed Program covers areas relating to management, behaviour, organisation within the field of the management of human resources.


The Program relates the study of human behaviour to that of management with an integrated view of theory and practice; it covers behavioural science and implications for management action; how performance may be improved through better understanding of human resources and effective management; and provides conceptual frameworks to better understand factors influencing patterns of behaviour in work organisations and the process of management.

Summary of Major Topics:

  • Understanding individuals at work, the differences between individuals, psychology
  • Managing diversity in the workplace 
  • Personality and personality studies and assessments   
  • Attitudes, culture and change in the workplace
  • Gender and organisational behaviour, equality in the workplace
  • The nature of learning, its relevance to organisational behaviour
  • How people learn and develop, development methods
  • Learning theories, the learning organisation, knowledge management
  • The process of perception, factors which provide meaning or bias
  • Communication and transactional analysis        
  • The meaning and concepts of motivation
  • Motivational theories and their relevance to work situations
  • Needs, expectations and frustration
  • The nature of workgroups and teams
  • Formal and informal groups and their formation
  • Factors affecting group effectiveness, cohesiveness and performance  
  • Team roles and functions, team membership, group dynamics
  • Frameworks for behavioural analysis of teams and groups
  • Managing change, improving performance     
  • Job satisfaction, job design, effects on performance at work
  • Stress at work, factors creating and ways of dealing with stress
  • Human resource management compared with personnel management
  • HRM personnel policies, activities and functions
  • Training, development, making sure training is effective
  • Performance appraisal methods, potential problems
  • Employee relations, legal and behavioural issues  
  • The personnel function and organisational performance
  • Staffing the organisation, the importance and stages in human resource planning
  • Job analysis, preparing job descriptions and person specifications
  • Planned and systematic recruitment and job selection
  • Interviewing style and skills
A COMPREHENSIVE AND ENGAGING PROGRAM TEACHING HOW TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL IN EVENT MANAGEMENT.

This Program will provide the knowledge and sophisticated skills required in order to become a professional event manager, and covers strategic planning, risk analysis, marketing, budgeting, cash flow planning, human resource management and much more.

The Program covers strategic management for projects, focusing on event concepts and feasibility, and topics such as legal compliance, marketing, risk and business and event relationships.  It then focuses on operational planning and implementation in clear and focused detail.

The Program helps develop a wide range of abilities and to master vital skills which can be used in project and event management, and to face many different types of business challenges in a diverse range of contexts, and in many management roles and in numerous professional and managerial positions.

Summary of Major Topics:

  • The event industry – events, technology, ethics
  • Event concepts and ideas – analysis, design, logistics
  • Assessing event feasibility and strategic factors   
  • Event venues and sites
  • Legal and insurance issues regarding events
  • Business and client relationships and agreements
  • Marketing strategy, segmentation and planning
  • Sponsorship issues for events
  • Event budgeting, finance and cash flow matters
  • Risk assessment and strategy
  • The event bids process and factors
  • Event project management, project management tools and principles
  • Event promotion and public relations
  • Staging an event, services, contractors, catering accommodation
  • Human resources, staffing, recruiting
  • People management, motivation and development
  • On-site services
  • Safety and security, safety training
  • Crowd procedures and control
  • Event protocol for speakers, business, religious and cultural events
  • Event catering, food, beverages, waste planning
  • Environmental management, sanitation
  • Event monitoring and control, and evaluation
  • Careers and trends in event management
  1. Apply by picking a form from our tuition Centre or from the media Centre where you heard the advert.
  2. Apply through our website by uploading your supporting documents with your application

You will need to prepare and submit the following documents with your application:

  • CV / resume
  • Degree documents (including English translation if applicable)or
  • Supporting evidence for alternative certificates if you do not have a degree
  • The application form includes an essay question about your senior leadership experience
  1. Provide a reference

One professional reference is required.

You will be asked to include the contact details for your referees in the MBA application form. When your application has been submitted we will email your referees with a link to complete our official online MBA reference. The reference form is a simple questionnaire which is quick to complete and when submitted is automatically uploaded to the admissions system.

The Global Executive MBA is for our most senior MBA candidates. We aim to admit a class of senior leaders from diverse cultural and professional backgrounds.

Typical class profile:

  • Class size: 20
  • Average age: 41
  • Average work experience: 5+ years
  • Average management experience: 5+ years
  • Female candidates: 22%
  • Nationalities: All

To apply, you will need to demonstrate:

Substantial and significant professional experience in management roles.

Applicants should currently be in a senior leadership position influencing the company’s strategy, decisions and goals.

They should also:

  • Typically, have held a P&L responsibility for a minimum of two years or been part of a team with clear P&L accountability for four or more years.
  • Be in senior leadership positions with substantial accountability such as:
  • Typically, have held a P&L responsibility for a minimum of two years or been part of a team with clear P&L accountability for four or more years.
  • Be in senior leadership positions with substantial accountability such as:
    • President, vice president, chairman, managing director, board member, CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, other C-level post within a Corporate, NGO, or mid-market sized business and is, or will become, an officer of the company.
    • General Manager, divisional manager, or senior manager with high-level accountability for a business unit/country/region, within a corporate ownership structure, large family-owned family business with formal management structures, public corporation or NGO.
    • Senior management position with high-level cross-functional responsibilities e.g. director of functional department but as part of the organisation’s senior leadership team.
    • Successful established entrepreneur, who has scaled a business or businesses for growth or is developing strategies to enable and support growth of a business.
  • Have aptitude and leadership talent to make a real difference in today’s global business world with a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility and sustainability values.

Significant international exposure (preferred)

For example:

  • Working in a global environment, operating across international borders, dealing with complexity and uncertainty, preferably across multiple sectors, with experience of leading international teams, or managing virtual teams across geographies and time zones.
  • Global mindset developed through exposure to new business cultures and experiences, gained on international placements or through living and working in other countries.

Admission route for applicants without a degree

If you do not have a degree, it may be possible to gain a place without a degree qualification. Your application will be considered through the accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL). If you do not have a degree, you need to show alternative evidence, e.g. strong school results, professional qualification and/or training courses, non-degree business qualifications and examples of demonstrating specialist knowledge in your business area. A good admissions test result will be required. We advise you to discuss your circumstances with us before submitting an application.

An intensive 6-Months  programme.

The part-time Global Executive MBA programme is designed for professionals looking to gain a 360 ° business vision in a global context. In just 6-months  you will go through the complete programme, coming away with an GeMBA Certification, an international business network, and a world of new experiences.

  • 2 months of core business fundamentals
  • 2 months for your tailored MBA project
  • 2 month elective studying your specialisation track of choice.
  • Personalised career counselling throughout, and 2 weeks of in-depth career services.

The fee for the Global Executive MBA is ₵8,700 for Ghanaians and $1,300 for Foreigners, fees can be paid in instalments basis.

 

Accommodation

We help foreigners acquire cheaper accommodation for the program duration.

A fee of ₵150 or $30 must be paid once you have submitted your application form. Please note that this application fee is non-refundable and your application will not be evaluated until the fee has been received.

We help foreigners acquire cheaper accommodation for the program duration.

** Accreditations and ISO Certifications  – Our GAFM ® Certification Board is a USA CHEA Quality Standards Charter Signatory Member.  GAFM International Board of Standards is ESQ European Accredited and ISO 9001 Certified for Quality and ISO 21001 Certified for Educational Standards.  Approved Sanctioned by the Arab Academy for over 20 Arab Nations. In academic alliance with the ACBSP National Business Accreditation Agency for Certification Standards worldwide.

Graduate Qualifications and Certifications

A masters certification or nano-qualification or micro qualification are terms of art invented by the GAFM and these are a certified online educational program that helps students develop specialized skills.  A micro-qualification offers an abbreviated course of requirements, shorter than traditional graduate degree options. Micro-Distinctions and Micro qualifications and Masters Certifications tend to be more focused than certificate or degree programs. Learners can complete micro qualification courses and requirements through various accredited programs and platforms in contrast to being required to take the courses at one college or university or business school. An MBA Certification or MBA Qualification is not a degree but rather a portable license and graduate credential that is used as a distinction and designation for people who have met the accredited education and experience requirements of the Board of Standards.