Online Executive MBA in English- language
Our Executive MBA managerial study is realized by an international team consisting of top experts in their field from prestigious universities in Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovak Republic and USA. The high value of the study is guaranteed not only by the lecturer team, but also by the Pan-European University, which is the best evaluated private university in Slovakia. At the Pan-European University (PEVŠ), we provide quality three-level study at five faculties in up to forty accredited programs.
Our concept includes
What is an MBA study?
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a prestigious professional management study program aimed at acquiring knowledge in the field of management. Successful graduates of the program will receive a diploma and obtain an MBA title, which is written after the name.
Who is the MBA for?
Our executive MBA programs are designed for individuals – entrepreneurs, managers and employees of companies and organizations, representatives of the non-profit sector, government, and all others who want to effectively develop their knowledge and skills in management with a focus on linking theoretical knowledge and practice. gain new contacts and really enjoy studying.
How the MBA study differs from the classical study of economics and management?
Classical economic study is focused mainly on the theory and students are not required to confront a theory with a practice or its immediate application. On the contrary, in the MBA study, it is assumed that the student is already established in business, usually in a managerial or other executive position, and applies the acquired knowledge for this practice. The teaching is thus practically oriented and is very effective with a regard to the occupancy of the students.
Guarantor: prof. Alberto Ferraris, Ph.D.
Annotation: The aim of the course is to provide understanding of how digital transformation and innovation take place along with its key implications (e.g. emergence of new business models) as well as some of the key unexplored factors related to human behaviors (e.g. digital leadership and human resource management). The focus of the course is on practices and processes that entrepreneurs and managers use to manage innovation effectively in new and existing organizations facing the digital transformation era. The course design is grounded in the assumption that an integrated approach to human resources (who?), strategy (why?) and implementation (how?) of digitalization is necessary. The module provides exercises on applying digital transformation and innovation related theories to specific context and phases.
Team of lecturers
MBA guarantor: prof Alberto Ferraris, Ph.D.
- Teaching module: Digital Transformation Management
- Guarantor: Alberto Ferraris, Ph.D.
- Origin: Italy
Alberto Ferraris, PhD in Business and Management, is currently working as an Associate Professor at the Department of Management, University of Turin. Since 2016, he is Research Fellow of the Laboratory for International and Regional Economics, Ural Federal University. He is Fellow (F-EMAB) of the EuroMed Research Business Institute (EMRBI) and he is member of the Research Center of the Q-Institute. His main research topics are digital transformation, human resource management and business management. He is author of many academic and scientific articles as well as he serves as Guest Editor or in the Editorial Board in several prestigious international journals, such as Journal of International Management, Journal of Intellectual Capital, ecc. He is also co-Editor in Chief of the British Food Journal (Emerald).
Diploma of completion
We build our credibility on quality full-time programs and lecturers with experience in English programs at Nottingham Trent University and Staffordshire University.
Another important fact is that, as a university, we can protect ourselves from accreditation for classical educational programs that demonstrate the high level of processes and competencies of our university. The MBA programs we provide undergo the same internal validation as Slovak accredited study programs, thus ensuring the high quality of this form of study.
Upon successful completion of the study, the student will receive a diploma from the Pan-European University.
Written projects and final work
After each of the eight modules, the student submits a separate written project, in the scope of 12 pages. The final work effectively follows the written project – projects. The scope of the final work is 60 pages. The final work is evaluated by two lecturers – the supervisor and the opponent of the work. The evaluation scale is the same as for the written projects. Sufficient theoretical or practical foundation is assumed in this type of the study, therefore the MBA study is based exclusively on the practical written projects without any exams. As part of the study, the student completes 8 separate modules, which are repeated each year. Therefore, the study system allows to begin the study at any time during the whole year. Starting on a different date means only a different order of the individual modules.
The general condition for admission to study is the completion of previous university studies at least at the bachelor’s degree, or secondary education and 5 years of experience, or after individual assessment.
Application submission and procedure
- when founding, choose “Further education” instead of the faculty, choose the MBA program and the place of study
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- Complete the “Personal Data” and “Applicant Addresses” e-application sections
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The price includes:
- the costs of the admission procedure,
- direct online teaching with lecturers (8 modules for 8 hours),
- management and evaluation of assignments within individual modules,
- management and evaluation of the final thesis
- access to the school information system,
- value-added tax