The University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) will be hosting an MBA open evening on Monday, 27 August 2012, at the Square Boutique Hotel, Umhlanga from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. The evening is designed to give prospective students contemplating the Master in Business Administration (MBA) journey at GIBS in Johannesburg an overview of the different areas of focus they may wish to pursue.
Aimed at giving participants the opportunity interact with current students, alumni and programme directors, students are encouraged to use the evening as an information gathering platform which will aid them in making more informed decisions on studying towards the MBA. Students will be given a clear lay of the MBA land especially focusing on the choices available at GIBS, including three world-class, internationally accredited MBA programmes (full-time, modular and part-time), scholarships available and accommodation for out of town students.
The GIBS MBA aims to be a life-changing experience for those individuals with a clear sense of purpose and the ambition to make a difference to their career. "If you believe you have the leadership qualities and confidence to succeed on the MBA, and are prepared to spend two years working with a group of like-minded professionals, now is the time to pursue the GIBS MBA," said GIBS Dean Professor Nick Binedell, who will be hosting the MBA hopefuls in Umhlanga.
Applications for the 2013 MBA programme will close on 12 of November 2012.
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