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Flexible MBA Program

  • Development of administrative capacity.
  • Increased competency from theoretical and practical learning.
  • Build quality management expertise.
  • Promote moral and corporate governance.
  • You can choose to learn interesting ways.
Program Overview

What ? : Ideal for those who need quality education as a Master of Business Administration in Thai Language. The world's first course to be accredited by a national organization from AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.)

Why ? : Ideal for those who look far and need success. It is a course that extends the opportunity to generate revenue by fulfilling its potential and adding new options become a professional business executive.

When ? : Suitable for those who work for Monday to Friday, and use the weekend to study for a Master’s degree.

How ? : Suitable for those who want to study in majors based on their interests and applications, increase your expertise by choosing a major such as finance, marketing, operating management, Management Information Systems and Double Majors.

Program Introduction

Program Introduction by
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kanokporn Naktabtee

Assistant to the President for Finance

and Accounting and the director of the Flexible MBA Program.

This course focuses on management disciplines that can help local companies to become global enterprise. specifically, this course provides the basis and advance concepts on leading change, innovation, and leadership. The purpose is to develop young business leaders to be knowledgeable about sustainable growth that emphasize a contemporary approach using competitiveness as a basis.

Concepts and issues involved in the preparation and interpretation of financial statements. Financial reporting in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles. The use of financial information to evaluate and make business decisions.

Microeconomic and macroeconomic theories applied to decision making and business planning. Analyzing economic cases from Thailand and other countries by studying the relationships of leading economic indicators.

The study of statistical theory and quantitative analysis for use in business decision-making. Topics include the measurement of numerical data, frequency, distribution probability, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, ANOVA, correlations, simple and multiple regression models, time series analysis, linear programming, decision analysis, and selective topics in quantitative business analysis.

Basic foundation of information technology and the application and advantages of using it in business planning. The application of information technology in managing and in strategic planning is explored. System development and implementation for organizations.

Of all resources existing, human resource has been recognised as the critical success factor that is hard to obtain and maintain. Amidst the current speed of change and challenges, people skills are therefore increasingly and significantly needed. The main purpose of this subject has been put forth to explore renowned principles --integrating behavioral sciences, psychology, sociology, economics, and management. Learners will be exposed to selected good practices in Thailand and overseas regarding the core management of people behaviour in an organization and the essential HRM processes from the managerial perspective. Overall, the course aims at achieving the building of human capital that can maintain an effective work and life balance and sustaining productivity and profitability for the organization.

Marketing philosophy and concepts, marketing plans, marketing strategy for business growth. Market opportunity analysis, evaluation of market attractiveness. Determination of marketing programs and effective marketing control.

Concepts and issues of utilizing accounting information for effective business management decision making. Product costing and its role in strategic decision making. Cost-volume-profit analysis. Planning and control, budgeting, responsibility accounting, balanced scorecard, performance measurement and evaluation. Roles of relevant information for making effective non-routine managerial decisions.

Concepts and issues of utilizing accounting information for effective business management. Analysis of the role of accounting in product costing, costing for quality, budgeting and profit planning, reporting, monitoring, performance evaluation and control of human behavior. Roles of relevant information for making effective non-routine managerial decisions.

The course is an introduction to concepts, techniques and tools for analysis of organization’s operational capabilities, which can be applied in both manufacturing and service organizations. The course provides a holistic view of the operations processes in order to improve productivity, quality and customer value.

Marketing

The major characteristics of an industrial market, industrial market behavior, marketing plans for industrial markets, and the evaluation of industrial marketing.

A study of consumer behavior using behavioral science, e.g. anthropology, social psychology, and sociology, in explaining the consumer decision process as well as the crucial factors which have an impact on the consumer decision-making process.

The significance of retailing in a distribution channel, i.e. retailing opportunities, modern retail organizations, new technologies in retailing, and the bargaining power of retailers. The planning, organizing, and controlling of retail organizations as well as the relationships of retailers and other players in the supply chain.

The processes that lead to successful new product development; including opportunity identification and selection, concept generation of new products and services, attribute analysis, concept evaluation, sales forecast and financial analysis, design and development stages, product use and market testing, and launch management.

Basic concepts of the marketing research processes including problem definition, research questions, data collection, analytical techniques, and the presentation of research results.

Integrated marketing communication plans. Roles of marketing communications and marketing plans. Marketing objectives and communication objectives. Communication budget planning. Major characteristics of communication mix elements: advertising, direct marketing, public relations and publicity, sales promotion and personal selling. Evaluation of integrated marketing communication plans.

Characteristics of services, comparison of marketing for services and for products, consumer behaviors for services, factors for assessing service quality, and the applications of marketing mix strategies for services.

Topics and case studies in marketing including marketing research, industrial marketing, consumer behavior, international marketing, new product development, marketing communications, service marketing, etc.,.

The characteristics and roles of advertising and public relations in marketing communications. Efficient selection of advertising and public relations strategies with consideration to marketing and communication objectives, target audiences, budget and campaign periods and the integration of advertising and public relations with other marketing communication mix elements. Problems of implementing an advertising and public relations plan as well as the evaluation of advertising and public relations activities.

The interactive nature of marketing communication mix elements such as direct marketing, electronic marketing, and personal selling. Covers the roles of interactive marketing tools in devising a marketing plan, sales promotion strategies, including customer-oriented and trade oriented. The integration of these marketing communication mix elements with other related elements.

The analysis of concepts, issues, and methods involved in the marketing of products across national boundaries. Emphasis is placed on distinctive opportunities and constraints that are encountered in an international business environment. International marketing strategies and international marketing management techniques.

Marketing strategies used in financial service businesses, e.g. banking, finance, securities, and insurance. The application of the marketing mix elements to financial products and services, e.g. lending, deposits, investment banking, securities trading, fixed income securities, derivatives, etc. Marketing for innovation in financial services.

The course is a study of transportation systems and management, warehousing, procurement, materials management, distribution, customer service, distribution network design and the integration of logistics activities, and laws and regulations as related to logistics and international trade.

This course focuses on the application of knowledge in the field of management and marketing. By using the knowledge and tools to manage and analyze the market. Problems relating to the commercial use of digital technology. Whether it is technology, management, marketing and legal regulations.

The development of brand strategies to build and manage brand equity, which involves designing and implementing brand elements and brand marketing programs, measuring and interpreting brand performance, and growing and sustaining brands over time.

The application of marketing theories in problem solving, planning, policy formulation, strategy and decision-making in marketing, using case studies.

Individual in-depth studies of selected topics, in the student’s major which are approved by the Dean and announced by the School of Business Administration Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Special and contemporary topics in business determined and announced by the School before the beginning of each semester. Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Finance

A framework for properly valuing fixed income securities is developed. The valuation frameworks in consideration of the term structure of interest rates and the value of fixed income securities with complex structures and embedded options including callable and puttable bonds, mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed securities and convertible bonds. Methodologies for valuing interest rate futures, options on fixed income securities and interest rate caps and floors.

The theoretical and working knowledge of derivatives analysis using mathematics and numerical examples in order to improve understanding in derivatives. Introduction to the different types of derivatives: futures, forward, swaps and options. The concept of trading and hedging strategies using derivatives.

Financial economic theory and modeling techniques as an integral part of mathematical risk management. Mathematical models used for risk management and financial derivatives, the arbitrage-free principle, single-period and multi-period valuation models, valuations of exchange-traded options, application to valuation of uncertain cash flow streams, complete and incomplete models and applications to sophisticated management of risk and insurance products.

Quantitative financial analysis underpinning modern financial decision making as well as methods for modeling financial markets in the context of practical financial application. The mathematical and statistical applications for the development, implementation, and analysis of financial models to solve problems encountered in finance.

A comprehensive study of the investment banking business and the role of investment banking in the financial services industry. Major investment banking and operations including all major capital market activities such as financial advisory, financial valuation, securities underwriting, private placement, pubic offering, trading, financing, venture capital, financial engineering, risk management, money market instruments, and money management.

The development of financial theories with emphasis on making investment decisions under risk conditions; the development of theories on cost of capital including various models used in making financial management decisions.

Types of securities; sources and types of information used in investment analysis; methods and principles of investment decisions; basic principles and methods of securities and portfolio management of both personal and institutional investment.

The characteristics and scope of capital markets and of related financial institutions including various important mechanisms in the capital market operation. Theories of securities investment and theories of securities management and the application of such theories in Thailand.

Financial assets; financial markets, globalization, and the derivatives markets; financial intermediaries and recent developments in financial markets; depository financial institutions; central banking and monetary policy; insurance companies; investment companies and pension funds; determination of financial asset prices and interest rates; general level and structure of interest rates; structure and workings of primary and secondary markets; markets of government securities; private bond markets; stock markets; futures markets; options markets; swaps.

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) Level I This course covers essential topics in financial analysis and investment management which are crucial for financial analysts and fund managers. The course will cut across a broad area of finance including financial accounting, financial products, quantitative analysis, portfolio and risk management, ethics in finance, etc. This module will put more emphasis on financial analysis. The course aims to prepare students for taking global certificates in financial analysis.

This course is a sister of Financial Analysis and Investment Management I. It covers essential topics in financial analysis and investment management which are crucial for financial analysts and fund managers. The course will cut across a broad area of finance including financial accounting, financial products, quantitative analysis, portfolio and risk management, ethics in finance, etc. This module will put more emphasis on investment management. The course aims to prepare students for taking global certificates in financial analysis.

This course covers major topics in financial planning such as investment, risk and insurance, tax, income and retirement, and estate as well as education. It also aims to prepare students for taking global certificates in financial planning.

Marketing strategies used in financial service businesses, e.g. banking, finance, securities, and insurance. The application of the marketing mix elements to financial products and services, e.g. lending, deposits, investment banking, securities trading, fixed income securities, derivatives, etc. Marketing for innovation in financial services.

The international financial environment and the problems in the management of international finance; exchange rate systems, the international money market, sources of funds for exporters, importers and international investors; management of risk caused by changes in foreign exchange rates; management of assets, liabilities and capital structures.

Problems in business finance; problems in financial management, investment planning, sources of funds; and dividends; with emphasis on the application of theories and financial techniques in problem-solving using case studies.

Individual in-depth studies of selected topics, in the student’s major which are approved by the Dean and announced by the School of Business Administration Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Special and contemporary topics in business determined and announced by the School before the beginning of each semester. Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Operational Management

Explores the concepts of creating proposals for project feasibility, business expansion, product line expansion and new business development; covers the steps of a feasibility study, mainly: technical, economic, financial, and management aspects, including preparation and presentation.

Includes the basic tools used to analyze data to make informed managerial decisions based upon that data, explores concepts, touches on available packaged software applications that develop deterministic and probabilistic models for business decision making, such as: optimization models, decision analysis, queuing models, simulation, forecasting methods, etc.

Concepts and techniques used in designing, planning, and controlling service operations. Topics include service site location, service facilities design, managing workforce effectiveness and demand, queuing phenomenon, and the impact of new technology on service operations.

Teaches concepts and implications of various quality management philosophies coupled with tools and techniques, which include: quality control, quality improvement, quality assurance, and the integration of quality management in an organization.

Concepts and theories used throughout the project management cycle, including selection activities, definition, initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, control, completion, and post-implementation review.

Talks about the definition and scope of operations strategy as it relates to the overall corporate strategy, the importance of productivity and how productivity is amplified in global competition, how to position the operations system to match market forces and job design, strategic implications of operating decisions, suppliers, and vertical integration. Case studies involving strategic issues in manufacturing and non-manufacturing situations are used in this course.

Provides concepts and tools needed to efficiently and effectively manage the flow of information, materials, and money in the network of customers, suppliers and manufacturers, topics include: demand forecasting methods, inventory control, transportation operations, scheduling, fleet dispatching approaches, supply chain network design, procurement, sourcing, auctions management, supply chain contract and collaboration.

Concepts and tools for understanding and designing business processes, roles and responsibilities of people involved based on the process requirement, management of information and work flow within an organization, change management required to implement the newly-designed processes.

The course is a study of transportation systems and management, warehousing, procurement, materials management, distribution, customer service, distribution network design and the integration of logistics activities, and laws and regulations as related to logistics and international trade.

This course will discuss the concepts and frameworks of pricing, factors that influence pricing decisions, pricing and revenue optimization techniques under various business constraints, revenue management, and innovative pricing practices; with an emphasis on how to develop best pricing strategies together with appropriate operational strategies. Students taking this course will be equipped with tools to help identify and exploit opportunities for boosting their firm’s bottom line across a range of business contexts, including retailing, manufacturing, transportation, hospitality, and financial services, among others.

This seminar covers current topics in the field of operations management with analysis and discussion on topics concerning operations management.

Individual in-depth studies of selected topics, in the student’s major which are approved by the Dean and announced by the School of Business Administration Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Special and contemporary topics in business determined and announced by the School before the beginning of each semester. Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Management Information System

Basic concepts of database systems. Various data structures including network hierarchy, relational databases, as well as updating and retrieving information for helping decision-making, and exercises in designing business databases.

The principles of information system designs, analysis and design of key data, data files, communication and controlling for information systems in business organizations which includes exercises in analysis and design of information systems.

A comprehensive analysis of contemporary Business Intelligence (BI) tools and techniques used in managerial decision-making. This course will also emphasize “Marketing Intelligence”, which is defined as the BI practice of extracting and analyzing business data for accurate decision making in determining market opportunities relevant to the enterprise. Many BI techniques covered in this course include Decision Support Systems (DSS), discrete event simulation modeling, social media analytics, knowledge management, business performance management, expert systems, and how these tools and techniques are related to other types of information systems. Students will develop knowledge on various BI enabling software packages with some hands-on capabilities.

Since big data promises to turn business data into actionable information, this course will cover a comprehensive analysis of various data mining tools and techniques in the context of most common business application such as sales, marketing, and customer relationship management. These data mining techniques include data manipulation, data exploration, pattern recognition, Neural Networks, Decision Trees, Cluster analysis, Sequence analysis, Association Models, Two-stage modeling, and predictive modeling etc. The focus of this course is hands-on learning of how to use non-statistical (algorithm-based) techniques to solve business problems.

The primary objective of this course is to develop skills in quantitative modeling of business problems and opportunities and management science methods. Students are expected to i) learn how to work with data for decision analysis, ii) create sophisticated spreadsheet modeling using Microsoft Excel Solver in various decision-making situations such as resource allocation, distribution, production planning and scheduling, networking, etc., and iii) gain insights into verifying, validating, interpreting and implementing decision

This course covers security & risk management, security assessment, network security, security testing, security operations, and software development security. This course is developed for those who want to take the CISSP exam. CISSP (the Certified Information Systems Security Professional) is the globally recognized standard for information security professionals.

This course is developed to provide a complete solution for effectively managing a successful online community and social media platform. The course focuses on the management of social media platforms such as Facebook Page, Youtube Channel, Twitter, and Instagram. The course also covers content management and viral marketing through online community and social media.

This course covers all the topics related to IT service management, including service strategy, design, transition, operation, improvement, and ITIL foundation. ITIL is one of the fastest growing IT management certifications globally. This class provides knowledge and skill for students to prepare for ITIL certifications.

This course covers the majors components of startups and entrepreneurship activity. The course is specifically for those who want to introduce innovative business models using digital technologies. This course also covers competitive strategy, venture financing, and the design of innovative business model and business plans.

This course provides a complete introduction to the area of design and system thinking. Design thinking is a methodology of problem solving that enables innovative solutions. The objective of design thinking is to design and remodel business models, business processes, and products to generate value for stakeholders, customers, and users. This approach has been used by companies such as Apple and IDEO.

The Agile approach has become very critical in technology and innovation project management, recognized by companies such as Cisco, IBM, and Google. This course covers Agile principles in IT project management. After finishing this course, students should be able to apply agile principle to manage IT projects or other types of projects in organizations. This course also covers Agile frameworks such as XP, Lean, and KANBAN. This course prepares student to take the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) which is the certification offered by PMI as the industry standard certification for Agile practitioners.

Project management is the most important skill for any IT implementation. This course covers all elements of project management including scope, cost, time, quality, risk, human resource, procurement, communication, stakeholder, and integration management. Another objective of this course is to prepare students to pass the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification examination. The content of this course is based on a Guide to the Project Management Book of Knowledge” (PMBOK® Guide). This course will be taught by an instructor who holds PMP certification.

The analysis of business transactions in the changing environment, the analysis and design of the internal control system, revenue cycle, production, procurements and expense cycle, financial reports and management reports for planning and control.

Advanced analyses of management information systems through case studies and discussion of journal articles. The applications of various theories and techniques are explored, along with presentation of the results.

Individual in-depth studies of selected topics, in the student’s major which are approved by the Dean and announced by the School of Business Administration Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Special and contemporary topics in business determined and announced by the School before the beginning of each semester. Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Strategy

The course emphasizes on the factors that determine competitiveness of enterprise, industry and country level . Competitiveness will enhance the productivity and lead to prosperity of all level. The course study on the case basis.

Integrated business strategy management with consideration of all business functions in order to achieve organizational goals. Hands-on applications of concepts and tools through business simulation such as production planning, distribution management, location selection, marketing and financial management.

This course aims to use the latest research in the behavioral sciences in helping us understand how to improve our decision making and performance. Firms whose employees are able to grasp the meaning and implications of this subject area will be in a better competitive positioning. This course will include seminar discussions as well as application of concepts and techniques derived from the field of neuroscience that can be applied to improve students’ performance, as well as allow students to apply to their organization and improve their organization’s performance. Topics discussed will include understanding the scope of agility and diversity of thinking in our brains, setting mindsets to achieve strategic change, leading through understanding human emotions and mindfulness, the role of emotions in decision making and problem solving, and using the brain’s control network to induce creative thinking and innovation.

This course aims to improve students’ strategic decision-making ability in competitive situations –determining the best course of action while thinking through your opponents’ options, in order to respond to what they will try to do the outdo you. The course will concentrate on an analytic method derived from game theory and psychology, starting with basic assumptions and principles and moving to increasingly advanced and complex applications. Usage of such theories are most useful in complex environments where there is a mixture of conflict and concurrence of interests, and the situations, motives and decisions of rivals are unknown. The approach will be to break the complexity down into pieces, and use judgments in applying the theories. Many sessions will be organized around strategic games in which students are the players. At intervals, the course will consider several psychological factors and real world factors that may either impede or contribute toward our efforts to make good strategic decisions.

This course aims to provide students with the analytical frameworks and tools for creating, managing, or investing in social enterprises. The course will concentrate on providing students with a solid understanding of the context in which social enterprises thrive through a seminar format that includes discussions of topics that are relevant to investors, entrepreneurs, managers, and government officials in the field of social enterprises. The increased interest in this area has brought about new regulatory framework, specialist investors, and intricate assessment criteria. In this, the governance structure also plays an important role to resolve tensions that arise between social and private ends and to preserve the identity of a social enterprise. All these issues will be explored and discussed in class.

This course aims to help students develop effective strategies and systematic approaches to negotiations and decision making that will help them improve their personal effectiveness and the productivity of their organizations. To this end, the course will draw upon the latest research in the psychology, combined with theories in negotiation and decision making. This will help students identify their unique strengths and weaknesses, thus enabling them to comfortably use the latest knowledge and techniques in the field of negotiation and apply them to their daily decision-making. The course will also help students recognize and overcome the flaws in their negotiation style and decision making processes; analyze the competitive situations that they face; and develop plans improve and practice their negotiation and decision making skills.

This course will examines theories, concepts, and applications relating to change leadership in the modern workplace. Organizations are continuously changing – those that do not plan for change and do not manage it strategically will inevitably lag competition. It is almost certain that every employee in every business will be affected by a change initiative and almost certain that every manager will be an active player in a change process at some time. Change is everybody’s responsibility and knowing how to plan for and implement change is a critical skill for every modern manager. Thus, the focus of this course will be on overcoming resistance to change; diagnosing organizational problems; being a change leader and equipping employees to work in changed environments. Students will be introduced to models of effective change management and will engage in a rich change management simulation.

This course aims to help prepare students to become effective contributors in consulting firms, firms that require consulting assistance, and firms undergoing transformational change. Firms periodically experience the need to renew its ability to be successful, and often engages external consultants to assist them through the process. These consulting processes often involve extensive analyses of the firm’s competitive position, capabilities, organizational processes, culture, etc. Once a new direction is developed the process of implementing the changes must be managed. Even if students do not plan to make consulting their career goal, they will have many opportunities in both their professional and personal life to use consulting skills.

This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the tasks and responsibilities of governing a firm at the level of the board of directors, with particular emphasis on integrity, process, compliance, and strategy. Given the recent board-related scandals, this course will also examine the factors in board structure and functions that may lead to failures in corporate governance. This seminar style class will comprise of cases studies and lectures, in which students will prepare case analyses for class, both written and oral, and will perform an in-depth term project where one board of directors, or one particular board function, is analyzed in some depth. Each seminar is designed to address specific governance issues, such as board composition and independence; the nomination process; audit and compensation committees and their functions; proxy processes and shareholder resolutions; tenders and takeovers; and legal compliance.

Design thinking is an approach of problem solving that relies heavily on creativity. Design thinking integrates both divergent and convergents thinking to create solutions to solve problems. This approach has been adopted by innovative companies such as Apple and IDEO to come up with new product, process, or business model. Design thinking encourages people to come up with “out of the box” solutions. This course covers both strategy and implementation of design thinking in an organization.

The analysis of critical success factors and competitive advantages for strategic planning, strategic budgeting, the design of performance measurement systems. The impact of planning and control to system on organization behavior, and how to use the system to drive the organization to success.

This course focuses on the application of knowledge in the field of management and marketing. By using the knowledge and tools to manage and analyze the market. Problems relating to the commercial use of digital technology. Whether it is technology, management, marketing and legal regulations.

This course will discuss the concepts and frameworks of pricing, factors that influence pricing decisions, pricing and revenue optimization techniques under various business constraints, revenue management, and innovative pricing practices; with an emphasis on how to develop best pricing strategies together with appropriate operational strategies. Students taking this course will be equipped with tools to help identify and exploit opportunities for boosting their firm’s bottom line across a range of business contexts, including retailing, manufacturing, transportation, hospitality, and financial services, among others.

The development of brand strategies to build and manage brand equity, which involves designing and implementing brand elements and brand marketing programs, measuring and interpreting brand performance, and growing and sustaining brands over time.

Individual in-depth studies of selected topics, in the student’s major which are approved by the Dean and announced by the School of Business Administration Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Special and contemporary topics in business determined and announced by the School before the beginning of each semester. Prerequisite: At the instructor’s discretion

Independent Study. Advanced-level investigations which cover the analysis of symptoms, problems, causes, and business audit. Business plans integrating various functions in businesses.

Admission Schedule for the Faculty of Business Administration Flexible MBA Batch 35 - 36

Lists Flex 35 Flex 36
  The first time The second time The third time The fourth time
1. Writing exam application 5 October - 17 November 2017 8 January - 23 February 2018 2 April - 1 June 2018 9 July - 31 August 2018
2. Online application 5 October - 6 November 2017 8 January - 9 February 2018 2 April - 11 May 2018 9 July - 10 August 2018
3. Apply for interview (In case of Honors / Filing examination scores) 5 October 2017 - 29 December 2017 8 January - 23 March 2017 2 April - 29 June 2018 2 April - 29 June 2018
4. Announce the location for writing examination 23 November 2017 2 March 2018 7 June 2018 6 September 2018
5. Writing examination date 26 November 2017 4 March 2018 10 June 2018 9 September 2018
6. Announce results of writing examination 7 December 2017 14 March 2018 28 June 2018 21 September 2018
7. Announce the name and location of the interview 8 January 2018 4 April 2018 10 July 2018 2 October 2018
8. Interview test 17 - 18 January 2018 10 - 11 April 2018 18 - 19 July 2018 10 - 11 October 2018
9. Announcement of selection 1 February 2018 23 April 2018 9 August 2018 24 October 2018
10. Get registration document / registration 12 - 15 February 2018 30 April - 3 May 2018 20 - 23 August 2018 5 - 8 November 2018
11. Register as student 12 - 16 February 2018 30 April - 4 May 2018 20 - 24 August 2018 5 - 9 November 2018
12. Intensive Course June - July 2018 November - December 2018
13. Orientation July 2018 December 2018
14. Beginning of semester August 2018 January 2019

 

Examination Fee 1,200.-

 
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