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University of Cape Town, Graduate School of Business

As Africa’s leading business school and one of the less than one percent of business schools in the world to hold the triple crown international accreditations from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business has charted its own distinctly African path over the past 50 years. This was possible through our recognition that we have a responsibility to engage with the socio-political and economic context in which we find ourselves, whilst remaining globally relevant. Our teaching, learning and research are thus directed towards building a more economically prosperous, more equitable, and more integrated continent.

The UCT GSB’s mission is to “contribute to the success of individuals and organisations through research-informed teaching, practice and thought leadership that creatively responds to the complex and pressing economic and social challenges of our world today”. As the School is located in a transforming society and an emerging economy, social responsiveness has become core to the UCT GSB’s strategic direction, and it is intrinsic to the School’s philosophy that it should fulfil an active developmental role in the community.

 

Specializations

  • Strategic Management
  • Other Discipline
  • General Business
  • Finance - incl Banking

Type

  • Private

  • Public

Format

  • Full-time

  • Part-time

Tuition & Fees *

Full-Time MBA (2 years):

$16,465

Out of State/Region Tuition & Fees *

Full-Time MBA (2 years):

$16,465

Out of Country Tuition & Fees *

Full-Time MBA (2 years):

$29,869

Student Enrollments

Full-Time Masters:

46

Part-Time Masters:

541

Full-Time Doctorate:

0

Part-Time Doctorate:

311

* Tuition and fees are displayed in US dollars for ease of comparison, and are accurate as of July 1, 2016. A currency converter is available here, if you wish to see the rates in a different currency.

This profile was updated on November 13, 2019.