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Full-Time MBA Program
The 1 year fast-track MBA program is a full-time course in a dynamic interactive learning environment. The program uses international perspectives and cross-cultural experiences to give students an in-depth understanding of global business. Learn with experienced faculty members from 14 countries including USA, UK, Germany and France. At Stamford, you have opportunities to meet, hear from, and be instructed by local and international business leaders, with a chance to have a domestic or overseas field trip.
Classes are held during the day on weekdays. Students study as per the availability of courses over 1 year.
|Program Start (Month)||January, March, May, July, September, November, December|
|Earliest Intake Date||September 2019|
|Location||Asoke Campus Learning Center (Exchange Tower)|
|Program Duration||1 year|
|Specialized Study Options||International Business Management|
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, with a GPA of minimum 2.5/4.0 (or equivalent)
- Complete an entrance exam and sit for an admission interview, in order to be accepted to a Master’s degree program
- Foundation courses may be required for students who do not pass the required sections
- Application form
- Bachelor’s degree and official transcripts
- Copy of passport
- Curriculum vitae (CV)/ Resume
- International students: 411,000 THB (13,258 USD)
- Thai students: 390,000 THB
Total credits : 48
The MBA courses consist of core courses and elective courses. The number of elective courses are up to whether you choose to do thesis or independent study:
- 8 Core Courses (32 credits)
- Thesis (16 credits)
Independent Study Plan
- 8 Core Courses (32 credits)
- 3 Elective Courses (12 credits)
- Independent Study (4 credits)
8 Core Courses
Students are required to take the following:
MGN 501 – Business Essentials
MGN 511 – Human Side of Organizations
MGN 512 – Strategic Management
MKT 501 – Marketing as Value Creation
ACC 501 – Managerial Accounting
FIN 501 – Financial Management
ENT 501 – Creative Think ing for Innovation and Change
BUS 511 – Business Research and Analysis
Electives by Interest*
Students in the Independent Study plan are required to take MGN 599 – Foundations for Independent Study as a mandatory course and may elect to choose their two elective courses (8 credits) from the same discipline group to pursue a more in-depth study in that field. The following fields of interest provide such an opportunity:
|Fields of Interest||Elective Courses|
|International Business Management||INB 528 International Business Management|
INB 538 Cross-Cultural Management
|Entrepreneurship||ENT 531 New Venture Creation|
ENT 534 Design Thinking, Creativity & Idea Generation
|Brand Communication||MKT 531 Integrated Marketing Communication|
MKT 535 Consumer Behavior
|Digital Marketing||MKT 533 Digital Marketing|
MKT 534 Strategic Marketing
*Availability of core and elective courses depends on demand and can be different in each term. Please check course availability with University’s service staff.
*Please note that electives all count toward the same MBA qualification.
I believe studying in Thailand will open doors to many future opportunities. Stamford was the best choice for me because the truly international environment allowed me to understand different perspectives. The experience I had here actually helped me form the basis for my own company.
Edwin Willems, NetherlandsFounder of ASIAN – ARTISAN : Stamford MBA Student
I decided to study with Stamford because I was looking forward to exchanging experiences with international and local people. As an electrical engineer, the MBA program helps me to get a better understanding of financial aspects and also helps develop strategies for business.
Bernd Büchler, GermanyManager Technical Services of Rodenstock Thailand : Stamford MBA Student
I want to pursue my studies in an international environment where I can witness, and be part of, diversity and globalization. I am very pleased with the professors and their “non-traditional” way of teaching at Stamford, where learning is not all about textbooks but it is practical, involving interactive classes and discussions.