Programme Brief

 

 

It takes skill, determination and of course, specialist knowledge. The Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University specialist MBAs give you just that depth of understanding. The MBA with specialism in Finance encompasses eight core courses and three specialist courses in Finance.

Your MBA with Finance Specialism is designed with Finance professionals in mind, and those who want to strengthen their knowledge and boost their career.

 

About Heriot-Watt University

Founded in 1821, Heriot-Watt has a rich heritage and is valued for its pioneering research informed by the global needs of business and industry.

Heriot-Watt University is ranked among the top 30 out of 130 UK Universities in the highly regarded 2021 UK University League table.  In addition, Heriot-Watt is ranked in the top 300 universities worldwide  by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

The university has five campuses across the world: Edinburgh, Scottish Borders, Orkney, Dubai and Malaysia, as well as 53 Approved Learning partners(ALPs) and educational collaborative partners in 150 countries.

In 2018, the UK Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide named Heriot-Watt University as the International University of the Year 

 

EVENTS

• Registration for the July 2021 semester commences on May 17th, 2021
• The July 2021 semester starts on July 18th, 2021

 

Master's Online Tuition Schedule: July 2021

 

For further information

Download Our July 2021 prospectus

 

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  • 3 Years
  • Champs Fleurs

A recognised first or second class honours degree, or equivalent professional qualification.

For those who don’t, entry can still be gained by passing three MBA courses one of which must be a core course.

Online Registration for the July 2021 semester is now available.
Click here to access.

Email us at masters@sbcs.edu.tt

You can also call or WhatsApp us at 769-4510 or 769-4737

  • EXAMINATIONS

    All examinations will be delivered as ‘Take-at-home’ in December 2021. This means you will not need to travel to or attend an examination centre in person in December and you will be able to complete your examination at home.

    Further information about the December 2021 examinations will be published on your EBS Student Portal.

     

    EBS Exam Registration Deadlines

    1 May for the June Diet
    24 July for the August Diet
    1 September for the December Diet

     

    EXEMPTIONS

    Prior Certified Learning (PCL) will be considered where:

    • The qualification has been awarded from an institution recognised by Heriot-Watt University.
    • The qualification has been gained within the last five years.
    • Where the qualification was gained more than five years ago, evidence of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) within the relevant area, should be submitted with this application.
    • In the case of an undergraduate qualification e.g. bachelor degree:
      1. It has been fully completed and awarded.
      2. It has been assessed by summative and/or formative methods which include examinations.
      3. It majors/specialises in the course you are seeking exemption from e.g. Bachelor Arts in Marketing, or
      4. It has a concentration of courses, relevant to the course you are seeking exemption from, which accounts for at least 20% of the degree as a whole e.g. a transcript showing 54 courses in total would need to have at least 11 courses which we deem to be relevant to course you are seeking exemption from.
    • In the case of postgraduate qualifications e.g. postgraduate diploma:
      1. It has been fully completed and awarded (exceptions apply, please refer to point 2 in the Recognition of Prior Learning Notes of Guidance).
      2. It has been assessed by summative and/or formative methods which includes a formal examination that accounts for at least 50% of the assessment methodology in each course.
    • In the case of Professional Qualifications e.g. Chartered Accountant:
      1. It has been fully completed and awarded.
      2. It has been assessed by summative and/or formative methods which includes a formal examination that accounts for at least 50% of the assessment methodology in each course.
      3. The qualification has been gained by sitting the awarding institute examinations and not through affiliation with another professional body or professional experience.

    For further information on exemptions please see below link and student handbook:

    If you have any questions regarding the exemption and credit award policy, specifically in relation to your own qualifications, please contact Edinburgh Business School before submitting a formal application.