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|Tuition Fees:||$7,996 for the full programme|
|Part-time Study:||2 Years|
|Applications Begin:||January 2021|
|Final Award:||Master of Management (MM)|
|Start Date:||January 2022|
|Academic Unit:||Faculty of Commerce, Law & Management|
|Course Type:||Master by Coursework & Research|
|Application Deadline:||30 April 2021|
This Master’s degree programme is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to guide their organisations through the complexities of digital transformation.
Digitalisation is fast becoming the driving force in business. It is giving every organisation, both private and public, the chance to be more agile, more transparent, more innovative and more customer-centric. The organisations that embrace the digital revolution will outperform those that don’t, and this is creating a demand for people with the qualifications to manage the whole process.
18 months – Full-Time Studies
24 Months – Part-time studies
Full Time (18 months)
•Block release: There are nine (9) blocks of 5-6 full days length each, all blocks include the Saturday.
•Research Project due: End of May in Year 2 of study
Part-Time (24 months)
•Saturday Classes for all Core Course Delivery (Year 1)
•1 week-long blocks for all three (3) electives selected (daytime classes)
•Electives to be completed over the two years
• Research Project Due – End of Year 2
First degree and postgraduate (NQF 8) studies (preferably an Honours degree but a good Bachelor’s degree with a recognised and accredited postgraduate degree or diploma is also recognised). Recognition of prior learning will be considered
Candidates will need to complete and submit a Faculty of Management Part III form. You can download this form on the WBS website: here
Candidates may be required to write an APIL test.
You will need to complete and achieve an acceptable level in the Wits University APIL test. For the APIL test, please book via email at email@example.com or contact Helen Preston on 011 717 3928. Information on the APIL test is available here
Three to five years’ work experience. If the applicant seeks exemption from this requirement, a letter of motivation must be included.
Candidates may also be required to attend an interview with WBS.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):
Applicants who fall outside of the normal admissions process but who demonstrate to the satisfaction of the university that they have experiential- or work-based learning which has taken the learner to an equivalent level of a qualification specified above (under Entry Requirements), may be considered for admission on the basis of recognition of prior accredited and/or prior experiential learning.
How to apply
Only online applications will be accepted. Please click here
Please ensure that all information is correct and that you have uploaded everything on the checklist
– Online application form
– Faculty of Management Part III form
– Copies of all degree certificates
– Academic transcripts in English
– SAQA Evaluation certificate (for international students)
– SAQA Help desk: 012 431-5070 or go to http://www.saqa.org.za
– CV including places of work to substantiate work experience. Please include:
+ Name of employer
+ Dates of employment; from / to
+ Contact details of superior/s at the place of employment
+ Position held o Main responsibilities in that position
*Letter of motivation in support of the application
*Proof of English language proficiency (for students who have not studied at tertiary level in English)
*A non-refundable fee of R200
*Study Permit if studying in South Africa for more than 90 days, or Visitor’s Permit if studying in South Africa for less than 90 days.
Some career opportunities are;
– Digital Business Analyst.
– Digital Sales Manager.
– Digital Media Director.
– Digital Strategy and eCommerce Director.
– Digital Brand Director.
– Digital Media Specialist.
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*Students from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) member countries pay the same annual tuition fees as South Africans plus an International Registration Fee (IRF). The SADC member countries are Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
*Students sponsored by the Government of Rwanda will be treated as and pay the same amount as SADC students.
*Students from all other countries (Non-SADC) will pay the same amount as South African Students
*Diplomats and their dependents stationed in South Africa & International Wits employees and their dependents will pay South African tuition fees + International Registration Fee (IRF).