University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business
The UCT GSB has, over the past 50 years, charted its own, distinctly African, path. Since opening our doors in 1964 with the first class of 17 part-time MBA students, we have set the pace for business education on the continent. The school is one of just 90 global business schools to be triple-crown accredited with quality endorsements from three leading global bodies: AACSB; EQUIS and AMBA.
Our world-class faculty are thought leaders and research luminaries. The National Research Foundation rates three of our academics as “internationally acclaimed” and five as “established researchers”.
We offer transformative learning experiences that equip tomorrow’s leaders to run sustainable organisations and find solutions to the challenges that we collectively face. A rich eco-system of teaching, learning and research at the UCT GSB is directed towards building a more economically prosperous, more equitable, and more integrated continent. We believe in turning innovative ideas into relevant solutions for emerging market problems and make sure that our graduates have the skills and business acumen to lead with integrity and drive change
MIM programme at this school
The UCT GSB CEMS Master of Management specialising in International Management (MIM) will enhance your career prospects and connect with a global community.
This internationally recognised one-year Master’s programme will enable you to engage with academic and corporate specialists from the field of international business and management, and prepare you for international research and professional employment.
The programme comprises international management courses, business skills seminars, an international internship and a business immersion project at a multinational organisation. It also includes a credit-bearing study term abroad at one of the CEMS partner universities – which include top global business schools in 33 countries.
For more information on the MIM programme structure visit: https://www.gsb.uct.ac.za/cems-programme-structure
Living in the city
Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and students are enthralled by the diversity it has to offer. The UCT GSB’s Breakwater Campus is situated in the heart of Cape Town’s most popular tourist attraction, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, which is home to the world-renowned Zeitz MOCAA Museum of Contemporary African Art . The city’s iconic Table Mountain, beautiful coastline, premium wine farms and vibrant night-life are all nearby. Cape Town is also home to many global and national organisations in sectors including retail, petroleum, financial services, wine and beer production, fashion, and education. It is a major centre of entrepreneurial activity and is fast emerging as the innovation hub of Africa.
CEMS Club South Africa
No UCT CEMS clubs as yet.
12- 18 months
End of August
- Master of Management specialising in International Management
Term dates for the Master Programme(s)
Course code Title Type of course Teaching mode Start date End date View GSB5021S Global Strategy Strategy Online 2021-09-13 2021-09-24 View GSB4485S Marketing Metrics Elective Online 2021-09-20 2021-10-08 View GSB4607S Lean Thinking and Operational Excellence Elective Online 2021-09-25 2021-10-08 View GSB4419S Emerging Market Economic Development Elective Online 2021-09-25 2021-10-08 View GSB4476S Negotiation Elective Online 2021-09-25 2021-10-09 View GSB4596S Social Innovation Lab Elective Online 2021-10-12 2021-12-15 View GSB4492S Social Entrepreneurship Elective Online 2021-10-18 2021-10-30 View GSB4488S Applied SRI Elective Online 2021-10-25 2021-11-03 View
Course code Title Type of course Teaching mode Start date End date View GSB4423F Branding in Emerging Markets Elective In person View GSB4476X Negotiation Elective In person View GSB5010F Social Finance Elective In person View GSB4401X Accounting Hard Skills In person View GSB4524F Economics of Emerging Markets Elective In person 2022-01-17 2022-01-21 View GSB5018F Global Leadership Leadership In person 2022-02-28 2022-04-13 View GSB5026X Political Economy of Doing Business in Africa Elective In person 2022-03-14 2022-03-18 View