MBA and Business Taught Masters Programmes
|MBA Info Evening | Tuesday 23 October, 5:15pm|
Are you thinking about doing an MBA for your personal and professional development in 2019? Join us at our Info Evening at the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce, 57 Kilmore Street. The event will start with a short presentation on getting the best out of your LinkedIn profile. Then you will hear from UC MBA lecturers, current students, and graduates, followed by refreshments and networking. Find out more and register online
UC offers an ever-expanding suite of professional development programmes designed to give business people the skills they need to thrive in the dynamic business world.
Our courses are developed with input from our business partners to ensure a relevant, academically robust applied programme.
Why choose UC MBA or Business Taught Masters Programmes?
- Industry relevant
- Grounded in industry
- Customised for your career
- Flexible with work and family
- Industry accredited
Executive development is not just about knowledge and skills. Networking and personal development offer benefits to your career. Our graduates emerge engaged and responsive in the marketplace, poised to take on new and exciting challenges.
The Master of Business Administration is our flagship programme and is ranked in the top two per cent of MBA programmes in the world.
With our graduate, postgraduate and master's level qualifications you are able to pick a career-enhancing programme that works for you.
Relationships with industry have benefits for both students and industry partners and ensure our graduates are work ready.
EDP students enjoy extensive networks within New Zealand and overseas. We also host regular events.
To learn more about the MBA and Business Taught Masters Programmes
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