Master of Business Administration e-MBA (Non-Thesis) at Istanbul Bilgi University: Tuition: $11,000 Entire Program
You are not obliged to participate in a master program restricted with space and time in order to reach the information that will improve yourself. BİLGİ e-MBA Program, which was founded in the early 2000s, is a valuable alternative for anyone who wants to improve themselves from anywhere in the world for 12 years… This program has been developed especially for candidates living out of Istanbul, those working with an intensive travel program or for those facing difficulties to stick to the course hours even thogh they live in Istanbul.
The e-MBA program of Istanbul Bilgi University is offered both in English and in Turkish and comprises three different sections.
The program can be completed within 3 semesters. The program is made up 5 core courses and 5 elective courses and a final project.
The five core courses are designed in order to prepare managers for dealing with the problems encountered in the business world, along with providing them with the appropriate basis for finding applicable solutions.
The students may choose five elective courses that correspond to their interests from among a list of many alternatives. Elective courses that focus on the fields of finance, marketing and management provide the students with the skills they need for finding practical solutions.
Students are responsible for preparing a final project with the assistance of academic staff. The purpose of the project is to provide the student an opportunity to carry out in-depth study on a topic s/he is interested in along with gaining research experience. The student works on the project for one semester, under the supervision of a project guide. Project is assessed with either a fail (“F”) or a pass (“P”) grade and this does not affect the final grade point average.
At the beginning of each week, lecture notes prepared by the e-MBA course instructors are activated on the BİLGİ Learn coursepage. Weekly supplementary reading materials relevant to that week’s lecture topic is also assigned to students and announced on the BlackBoard learning platform. Each course has its own quiz page where students can automatically self-test their comprehension of the lecture material. Courses also have pages in which additional assignments in the form of exercises, cases and online activities are assigned for further application of the relevant lecture topics.