Master of Business Administration (MBA)


University of Gibraltar    Masters Programmes

Full time & Part time September MBA Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years

About the course

The University of Gibraltar MBA is a contemporary and career-focused management programme that aims to challenge and inspire you.

Whether you are seeking to boost employment prospects or change career direction, an MBA is an elite professional qualification that will provide you with the business management skills that will set you apart from the competition.

The University of Gibraltar specialises in smaller class sizes meaning that you’ll benefit from personal, high-quality tuition and enjoy greater access to tutors and resources than you may find at larger institutions.

The University of Gibraltar MBA is a one year full-time, or two years part-time accelerated programme.

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Entry Requirements

Possess a good first degree awarded by a UK university or overseas equivalent.

Be able to communicate ideas effectively in writing, in discussions and presentations. Basic IT skills, such as word-processing, email and Internet are expected.

Work experience; we value diversity of experience in our student body, therefore we welcome applications from recent graduates who have undertaken meaningful placements as well as those with all levels of work experience. We are more interested in the impact that you have had in your workplace than the length of time spent.

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Student Profile(s)

Luke Kou


Luke Kou is an entrepreneur and student on our Masters of Business Administration. Originally from Hong Kong, Luke moved to Gibraltar after living and working in England for over a decade. He was drawn to the MBA by a desire to improve his business model by making it more financially beneficial whilst being ethical. He enjoys Gibraltar’s weather, its family-friendly community and says it is “a good communication and connection point”.

What do you enjoy about this programme?

I’ve been running my business from knowledge gained through my professional experience rather than from an academic background. Here at the University of Gibraltar, I have learned quite a few theories that help me to think in a more logical way. I want to use the management skills I learn here to improve my business model, make it more beneficial financially, while also ethical. It also gives me the chance to learn a little bit more about accounting and law. My business has its own accounting team and financial advisers, and we bring in legal consultants for larger projects. However, sometimes I struggle to understand their language and see eye to eye with them, which can make managing an international team difficult. The programme has given me a better understanding of business language which is very beneficial for our communication.

What’s your experience of the University so far?

What I like the most about studying at the University of Gibraltar is the location, the weather comes first for me, even before the business opportunities. The staff, lecturers and students are all nice, we have time for conversations and can make important networking connections, thanks to the small class sizes of 10-15 people, which are really good. My classmates come from very different sectors, but I am very positive that we will stay in touch with each other after this programme.

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