Partnering for High Performance
A special feature of the GIBS management programme learning experience is that you will be working in a syndicate group. Each syndicate group will be structured so that there is a balance of skills and backgrounds in the team and each team will be required to assist each other with the necessary syndicate assignments.
Company-based mentors are an important feature of the programme. You will need to identify someone in your organisation who will provide you with leadership training and act as a coach or mentor during your studies. He or she will be required to give you advice as needed, provide support and assist with finding information or opening doors in the company where company-related tasks are set by the lecturers. Should you be unsure about the steps to follow in appointing a mentor, you can contact the programme management team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
PMD Timetables 2019
PMD 54 Timetable 2019 (modular)
PMD 55 Timetable 2019 (evening)
PMD 56 Timetable 2019 (Block Hybrid)
Application fee: R1 550.00 (non-refundable, payable on application)
Registration fee: R17 375.00 (non-refundable, payable on acceptance to the programme offset against total tuition fees)
Total tuition fees: R69 500.00
Please note that GIBS does not charge VAT on tuition fees.
Applications open: 2 October 2018
Application closing dates:
PMD 54 Modular - Applications Closed
PMD 55 Evening - Application closing date extended to 27 February 2019
PMD 56 Hybrid - 29 May 2019
Upcoming Open Evenings
Date: 4 April 2019
Time: 18:00 to 20:00
RSVP: Please email email@example.com to book your seat.
PMD APPLICATION PROCESS DOCUMENT - Download
ESSAY QUESTION - Download
- Matriculation exemption certificate - a tertiary qualification is an advantage;
- Five to ten years' work experience, with some at middle management level;
- Intellectual ability (as assessed via the GIBS Entrance Test);
- Leadership potential (your experience and application essays should all reveal that you can assume a leadership role in the workplace);
- Good English language skills to actively participate in academic debate; and
- Competence in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and a web browser.
International Students/Foreign Qualifications
Applicants who hold a foreign qualification need to send their qualifications to the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) for evaluation before applying to GIBS. We require the SAQA certificate to verify your qualification.
Visit saqa.org.za or email firstname.lastname@example.org, Alternatively, you can call: 012 431 5070 or the helpdesk on: 0860 111 673
If you have a special need, GIBS will look into accommodating this. However, it is a requirement that the student will need to provide medical certificates and supporting documentation as requested by the GIBS Admissions Office. To request special needs assistance, please contact the Admissions Office before you complete your application.
Observant students will be excused from class, but the onus is on the student to make up for missed class and to plan in advance with the programme management team.