Selecting candidates for admission is a very critical decision for the Executive MBA programme (EMBA). We believe that there is more to selecting a candidate than just considering scores, GPAs and other merely numerical performance indicators. For this reason admission decisions for the EMBA take into account three primary areas of evaluation:
In this page you will find useful information and instructions about the application process for the Executive MBA programme. Please spend some time reading this information before you proceed with your application.
Make sure you have all your supporting documents scanned and ready for submission. Check below the documents needed to support your application. Please note that all academic qualifications should be legally certified as genuine copies of the original and accompanied by official translation of these documents in English. Plain photocopies of the documents cannot be accepted.
If in doubt about your English qualification, please contact:
Tel: + 30 2310 224421
NOTE: A small number of applicants may be accepted based on substantial management and professional experience, without a ﬁrst degree.
Application forms can be lodged from October up until July every year for the October intake. However, late applications after July may be considered provided that there are still available places in the programme of your interest. Applications are considered in priority order, according to the date of their submission. As the University of Sheffield strictly limits the number of places in each programme, late applications risk disappointment.
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Important note: Your application will be reviewed only when we receive the original copy by post along with all supporting documents required.
Applications are first considered by the Academic Committee of the relevant Department at the International Faculty. Applications are evaluated by each department's academic committee where the final decision is made regarding the applicant's acceptance.
Successful applicants are notified of their acceptance to the programme through a formal letter issued directly by the University of Sheffield. You will also receive an offer letter and a letter issued by the international office giving you guidelines on what you will need to do next.
The Academic Committee will try to make a decision as quickly as possible. The process usually takes up to two weeks. Remember, if you send supporting documents separately this can delay the decision.
If you wish to check the status of your application you may contact us at email@example.com.
If you have any questions regarding the application procedure you may contact our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We wish you the best of luck with your application!