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Programme Structure & Fees
The UCC Executive MBA is delivered on a part-time basis over a Four Semester, Two Year, programme cycle.
Semester Dates for the 2019/20 UCC Executive MBA
|Semester One:||January 2019 – March 2019|
|Semester Two:||September 2019 – December 2019|
|Semester Three:||January 2020 - March 2020|
|Semester Four:||September 2020 - December 2020|
Each Semester is made up of 12 lecture weeks.
|Lectures Take Place:|
|Fridays: 09:00 - 16.30|
|Saturday: 09.00 - 13.30|
|In Semester One an additional 5 days will be dedicated to the Study Visit 1 (usually mid-late April).|
|In Semester Two an additional 2 days will be dedicated to the Leadership Development Workshop 1 (usually start of September).|
|In Semester Three an additional 5 days will be dedicated to the Study Visit 2 (usually mid-late April).|
|In Semester Four an additional 2 days will be dedicated to the Leadership Development Workshop 2 (usually start of September).|
|Please Note: Some lecturers may require attendance at occasional evening workshops. Such arrangements are normally discussed and agreed with the class prior to their scheduling.|
The full schedule of lecture dates: UCC Executive MBA 2019/20 - Programme Schedule
Lectures are held in Room 2.55 of the O' Rahilly Building on the main UCC Campus.
This is a dedicated Exective MBA lecture room, adjacent to the Boole Libarary and the Aras na Mac Leinn Student Centre.
The fees for the course are €13,500 per annum.
So, €27,000 for the two year cycle of the programme.
Your annual fees are payable in two equal instalments. First payment at registration in January and the second in August.
The fees cover tuition fees; teaching materials; study visit flights and accommodation; executive coaching; workshops; access to campus sports facilities.