Modular Course Structure
A combination of core and elective courses. Courses are of variable length depending on their ECTS credits and students attend one course at a time.
Flexible Selection of Courses
Students can take courses in any sequence throughout the programme to fit their own schedule as long as they have the necessary prerequisites.
To graduate, students are required to earn 90 ECTS credits: 72 ECTS from core courses and 18 ECTS from elective courses.
Students can join CIIM MBA any time of the year. The Admissions Committee makes recommendations on student admissions to the Programme Committee.
Students can choose to complete their coursework at a rapid pace in 14 months or at a more relaxed pace taking up to a maximum of two years.
Courses are taught during evenings and weekends leaving weekdays free for work.
We seek to select highly qualified candidates who are motivated and who will make a positive contribution at CIIM. Our students share a demonstrated capacity for leadership and a desire to affect positive change.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited programme
- A minimum of three years postgraduate work experience
- Proficiency in English (graduation from an English speaking institution, TOEFL, IELTS or similar standardised test)
- Successful personal interview
Notes: You can also choose electives independently from the courses above and from additional courses in other CIIM programmes. Also note, not all electives are offered every year.
* Tracks Explained:
Learn about digital marketing, project management and managing information systems; grab the opportunity to receive an international professional diploma by the Digital Marketing Institute (DMI) and/or the Project Management Institute (PMI)
Learn about entrepreneurship, innovation, and financing of new ventures; practice all the necessary steps to develop an idea for a new business venture and turn your idea into a start-up business; write the business plan of your start-up idea as your final project
Oil & Gas Management
Learn about oil-and-gas-specific finance and accounting, law, contracts, and dispute management, and about the economics, policy and management of energy markets; apply your final project on an oil-and-gas management topic to improve your career perspectives in the sector