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|Unilag Mba: What Is The Difference Between Regular & Executive? by Forfavour(m): 6:53am On Jul 19, 2007|
Can anybody help with useful information on the difference(s) between UNILAG MBA regular & executive program in terms of: ?
a) requirement(s) for executive MBA
b) as a senior lead engineer with over ten (10) year post graduation exprience (not a manager yet) apply for executive program
c) tution fees & other course materials.
d) course duration
e) prospect & future benefits [b][/b]
|Re: Unilag Mba: What Is The Difference Between Regular & Executive? by MrOkeh(m): 8:33am On Jul 20, 2007|
The requirements are almost the same except that for the MBA-Executive, candidates are expected to have a minimum of three years post graduate working experience in managerial position. Although, I don't think this condition is strictly followed as I know some guys who have not even had up to a year experience currently running the program not to talk of occupying a managerial position.
Tuition fee for the Executive program is about N300,000.00 for the present academic session (2006/2007), and could get up to N350,000 with payments for registration, acceptance and other miscellaneous fees. Fees for the regular program are about 75% of what obtains for the executive.
The Executive program runs for 2 years (4 semesters - 5 courses /semester), while the regular is for a duration of 18months (3 semesters-7 courses /semester).
Well, the prospects and benefits are obvious good but at the same time in God's hand.
|Re: Unilag Mba: What Is The Difference Between Regular & Executive? by ifetope: 10:16pm On Jul 22, 2007|
the 75% of the fees for the executive MBA you quoted is for part time or full time? also 18months ( 3 semesters) is for part time MBA or Full time? thanks
|Re: Unilag Mba: What Is The Difference Between Regular & Executive? by MrOkeh(m): 7:29am On Jul 23, 2007|
The "Executive" here (from my post) denotes part time, while the "Regular" is used to mean the full time program. I guess this clears the air as par your reply
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