The Part Time MBA International program starts in September of every year and is offered in the time zone 6.00 pm – 9.30 pm, with lectures starting at 6.00 pm and ending either at 9.00 pm or at 9.30 pm. Preparatory courses might be offered in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics and Financial Accounting  to students, with no prior knowledge at degree level, usually 2 weeks prior to the normal program starts. In the case of preparatory courses, students will be notified upon admission. The duration of the studies for the Part Time students is 27 months. All coursework for the program is normally completed by mid-July of the second year. The program is divided in 10 academic periods, each period consisting of 7 weeks of classes, followed by 1 week of exams (in terms of semesters, academic periods are conjoined in 5 semesters). At the end of their coursework, students undertake their Integrated Impact Project, which is compulsory and counts for 2 academic credits. It is executed in teams of 3-4 students and it takes place at the 5th period of the 2nd year of studies. For the exact dates for the coming year, please see the academic calendar.


The curriculum consists of:

  • Core courses common for all participants
  • Required and elective courses that “count” towards their concentration
  • Elective courses
  • An Integrated Impact Project undertaken within a group
  • A Personal Development Program, parallel to the coursework

During the first 2 periods of each year students undertake mostly core courses, while in the last 2 periods they take mostly elective courses. Note that some of the elective courses may not be offered during one year, depending on student demand or availability of the instructor. The core and the elective Courses are distinguished in:

  • Full-courses, which include 28 hours of teaching and count for 2 academic credits
  • Mini-courses, which include 15 hours of teaching and count for 1 academic credit.

For a summary overview of all courses and their scheduling over the year, click here (for Full Time & Part Time cohort).

For the content of the courses, please go to the menu “Courses”.

 Degree Requirements

To complete the program, a student has to obtain 42 academic credits:

  • Core courses: 24 credits
  • Elective courses: 14 credits (of which 8 can qualify for a specific concentration)
  • Personal Skills Development courses: 2 credits
  • Integrated Impact Project: 2 credits

Integrated Impact Project

The Integrated Impact Project (IIP) is a capstone requirement of the MBA program. It aims at bringing together teams of participants with companies and organizations, in order to specify an impact beyond business or organizational objectives, e.g., contributing to a social problem (exclusion, unemployment, immigration…), enhancing sustainability of the business (reducing environmental impact, greening the supply chain, redesigning products/services…), creating a greater good in a local community, addressing minority / discrimination issues, etc.

Personal Skills Development Program (PSD)

Throughout the academic year, every participant undergoes a “Personal Skills Development (PSD) Program”. This personalized coaching and development program assists the participant to develop and improve his/her personal skills, such as communications, teamwork, stress management, negotiations etc. This course includes a number of activities, such as lectures, assignments, cases, role playing, presentations, coaching, etc. In the program, the participant is also assisted in developing his/her personal career plans.

International Exchanges

Students can participate in an international exchange program during the last 2 periods of the program, with one of the Business Schools that participate in our exchange program. For the academic year 2020-2021  there are exchange agreements with schools in France, Spain, China, India, South America, North America, Thailand and Singapore. A participant interested in participating in an international visit has to indicate his/her preference by the end of the first academic period  (November).

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