Information for Gulf Students
The Hull MBA
offered in the Middle-east through MDCI Ltd is exactly the same as that offered
on-campus apart from some minor organisational arrangements. This introductory section describes those
arrangements but for further information, or to apply, please contact
MDCI's offices in
The Sultanate of Oman.
The Hull MBA in the Gulf begins with an induction programme at the start of
the first module. The modules that follow are taught in comfortable
executive conference facilities of major hotels over Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday - every six weeks or so. Class contact time for each
module is 36 hours and involves a variety of teaching styles including
lectures, group discussions and presentations. Students will also be
involved in problem solving and teamworking exercises.
For the distance taught MBA in the Gulf the
course structure is as follows:
Managing in a global context Managing in Organisations
Organisational Change, Innovation and Corporate Governance
Managing Strategically Managing
Holistically Complex Project Management
Managing Relationships Human Resource
The Economic Environment
Managing the Value Chain Marketing
Managing Knowledge Accounting and Finance
Students take 10 core modules and take two options making a total of 120
credits. the MBA is completed by a 60 credit Dissertation.
dates and duration
The programme starts in Muscat and Bahrain approximately every six months.
The taught part of the programme runs for around eighteen months. During
that time, MBA students complete twelve modules each worth ten credits
together with the research methods element of the dissertation.
six months are spent working independently with expert academic supervision
on the MBA dissertation.
that the information that follows describes the MBA as delivered at the Hull
campus, and potential Gulf based students should therefore read the
information in conjunction with the notes provided above.