Stellenbosch University to Offer Online MBA

The South African business school's blended-learning program will launch January 2017

The University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) has launched a blended-learning MBA, with the first class to begin in January 2017.

Based in Cape Town, South Africa, the school's new program will allow students to study from anywhere around the world, with classes taking place on Wednesday nights accessible both on campus and online.

The program will include three one-week in-house blocks, beginning with an in-house component running 12-28 January 2017.

The course content will be identical to their full-time MBA.

The school says the flexibility of the blended-learning program will allow students to keep up with work or family commitments during the two-year program.

USB's blended learning MBA is accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.

Application deadlines are as follows:

  • South African students: 30 November each year
  • ARPL applicants: 30 October of each year
  • Foreign students from (visa-exempt) SADC countries: 30 October each year
  • Foreign students from other African countries and rest of world: 30 September each year year

For more information, visit the school's website.


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