The Executive MBA (Aviation) is unique as it is the only one of its kind in Africa. The EMBA programme is designed for Business Executives who would like to further their professional and personal development horizon in the business profession. Their qualifications and experiences in business management practices will be given due weight, therefore, they would be expected to complete the programme in one calendar year. The programme offers an ideal setting for the exchange of ideas and experiences between fellow students and faculty. While in the programme, the executive will have an opportunity to make a network of contracts and friends as they learn new business skills.
The course shall take one calendar year with an extension of at least six months to allow the student to complete his/her project. The programme will be offered by course work and examinations.
The mode of study will be evenings and weekends.
Friday evenings 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturdays 8:00am – 5:00pm
Applicants must have a working experience of at least five years (post-qualification) in a senior management level; PLUS
- A degree in any discipline from a recognized university OR
- A CPA (K)/ CPS (K) certificate or equivalent OR
- A Higher National Diploma in Business studies (KNEC) or its equivalent professional certificate , that is,
- An ATPL license with at least 5 years working experience
- Licenses of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers with 10 years working experience
- Air Traffic Controllers with three OR four ratings, pus seven and five years’ experience respectively
The programme aims to: Provide knowledge and skills in Business Management; enrich the student’s career by widening their horizon in the business world; and to enhance the productivity of practicing managers through sharper training in their interest areas
The Executive MBA is designed specifically for middle and top level managers and the consultant who have full time job responsibilities. The EMBA offers them a broader and more formalized perspective with which to meet the economic, technological, political and individual problems that increasingly affect the future of the economic and social enterprise.