Global Executive MBA admissions criteria
Criteria for admissions:
Master’s degree or equivalent or a bachelor’s degree with significant professional experience and managerial responsibilities
Proven fluency in reading, writing and speaking English (IELTS: 7; TOEIC: 870; TOEFL: 580)
All classes are conducted in English. If English is not your first language, you will be asked to provide evidence of your English language ability in order to apply for a visa, enrol and start your course.
Global Executive MBA programme admission process
We strongly recommend that you learn about the programme before you apply.
Step 1: Read about the programme before you apply.
Step 2: Send your CV
to get your profile evaluated by one of our advisors. This is your chance to ask questions and make sure the programme is right for you.
Step 3: Apply online
- Create your account online
- Fill out the application form (including two recommendation letters)
- Submit the documents and pay a non-refundable application fee of 120 euros
Apply now to secure your place and allow enough time for the application and enrolment process.
Step 4: Formal interview with the Programme Director and a faculty member.
Step 5: Announcement of decision following the deliberations of the admissions committee.
Step 6: Secure your place by paying a deposit within 15 days of the offer.
Please note that if you do not get an offer of a place after your formal interview, we will make sure to give you personalised feedback and recommendations on better-suited programmes.
Fast-track admissions until January
Have you been thinking of doing an Executive MBA but left it too late for the Fall semester intake?
Don’t want to wait another year?
Our fast-track admissions opportunity allows you to join the programme later than the official start date. If you join after September, you will benefit from:
- A speeded-up application process so that you can start the programme as soon as possible
- The ability to work through all the course content taught prior to your start date online and in your own time, joining the rest of cohort at the date agreed with the programme director at the time of application
- Access to a dedicated tutor who will support you throughout the initial self-study courses before you join the rest of the cohort.
Contact the admissions team