Edinburgh Business School (EBS)
Study with EBS. Wherever you are
Edinburgh Business School is the Graduate School of Business School at the world-renowned Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh Scotland, United Kingdom.
Edinburgh Business School has its core foundation on a singular vision: to help their students fulfill their talents and reap the career rewards they deserve.
The EBS MBA/MSc/DBA programmes are innovative and are very popular worldwide and the unique flexibility built into the programmes has led to the impressive record of patronage they command amongst young, middle and senior level professionals and managers across 160 countries of the world. Since its launch in 1990, EBS has produced over 20,000 graduates and currently has over 10,000 active students from all over the world including Nigeria studying on one of their programmes.
Edinburgh Business School has been recognised for several years as one of the largest provider of distance learning MBA in the world (Financial Times top distance learning MBA listing).
You can commence the EBS programme of your choice at any time, study at your pace and from anywhere in the world and finish at any time, study on your own or with support from a local partner, study on campus, study part time or combine all study routes as you please.
EBS Programmes are predominantly self-managed, self-studied, distance learning and modular in structure.
The course fee is 600 pounds per course (special discounted fee for African residents)
The exam fee is 160 pounds per course, this in addition to the course fee of £600 brings the total for each course to 760 pounds
The total course and exam fees for an MBA (9 courses) is 760 x 9 = 6,840 pounds.
If you decide to pursue a Specialist MBA (11 courses), then the total fees would be 760 x 11 = 8,360 pounds.
Payment is Pay As You Go (you pay on a module by module basis). This affords you the flexibility around payment and helps you better plan your finances.
Course & Exam Structure
In other to commence the MBA, ensure that you register your Courses. Each EBS courses are assessed by a final examination. Exams are held at the British council. If there is a change of venue, the necessary information will also be communicated to the respective students ahead of time. Each module has its peculiar exam structure; some modules are examined solely by case study methods, while some are a blend of case studies, multiple-choice questions as well as essay questions. The pass mark for each exam is 50%.
The Business School holds examinations four times in a year in Lagos, Abuja and Portharcourt (March, June, August and December) and two times in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Benin City and Kano (June and December). All examinations are coordinated by the University and held at the British Council locations in these cities.
Major Diets – All modules offered by the business school are available for examination
Minor Diets – Only selected courses are available in these diets.
March Minor Diet : People, Work & Organization / Leadership, Theory & Practice/ Strategic Marketing / Financal Decision Making
August Minor Diet : Economics for Business / Delivering Successful Projects / Delivering and Executing Strategy
Exam Time Table : Please click on this link to see the list of future examination time tables.
Exam Results are released between 6-8 weeks after the completion of an examination diet. Results are to be checked at on the student services portal of the Business School’s website.
Course Purchase Form & Exam Registration Form
Are you ready to take your exams? Please download our examination registration form below.
On campus lectures and seminars
Distance Learning students are also welcome on campus to attend any of the on-campus 4-day seminars or on-campus 2-day revision sessions in all core MBA and selected elective courses upon payment of the appropriate fees.
Lectures and Tutorials at EDC
Students in Nigeria can also attend scheduled exam-intensive lectures and tutorials with EDC in Lagos and Abuja ahead of the March, June, August and December exam diets. The timetable of lectures are released in advance of these sessions.