Flexible program features live lectures and interactive discussions

New Zealand's University of Otago Business School has announced that will launch an online MBA program, beginning next year.

The program will feature live weekly lectures, along with interactive discussions and break-out sessions. Lectures will be recorded, so students who can't watch them live will be able to catch up later.

The MBA can be completed in between 2.5 and 5 years. In the first part of the program, students will take classes 12 core subjects, such as marketing, accounting, and strategy implementation. In the second part, students can choose to either complete a business consulting project or pursue elective classes.

To apply for the program, applications should have an undergraduate degree and at least five years of work experience, as well as English language proficiency equivalent to an IELTS score of at least 7.0.

Otago's new online MBA program is set to launch in May 2015. For more information, please see Otago's Online MBA homepage.

You can also read more about Otago Business School on the school's full profile on FIND MBA.

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