of Business Administration
Anáhuac del Sur / University of Surrey
Universidad Anáhuac, one of Mexico's leading private Universities
has recently agreed to a partnership with the University of Surrey. The
University of Surrey is an internationally reconignized British University
authorized to award degrees by Royal Charter. Since the University of
Surrey was established it has grown constantly in influence, size and
status. Today it is recognized for world-class research and extraordinarily
effective teaching. University Anáhuac is an international University
with campuses across Mexico, other parts of Latin America and Europe.
It has a strong commitment to leadership training market by an emphasis
on the social and moral responsibilities of tomorrow's senior managers.
partnership has been formed for the purpose of bringing to Mexico, the
highly regarded and well-established distance learning MBA run by the
Surrey European Management School (Sems), the graduate business school
of the University of Surrey. The degree will be offered as part of a joint
award between the two institutions ensuring the best possible teaching
and learning facilities, local tuition and the expert administration of
an international distance learning programme. Within Mexico, Anáhuac
can provide outstanding facilities for academic work including tuition,
classrooms, modern computer laboratories, libraries and state of the art
MBA is widely recognized as the most appropriate educational qualification
for future senior managers and executives. In keeping with the ethos of
both universities, the Anáhuac / Surrey MBA aims to provide a programme
which is both educationally sound and directly relevant to those areas
of industry, commerce, the professions and public-service which MBA graduates
tend to enter. The overall objective of the Anáhuac / Surrey MBA
is to develop analytical abilities using concepts derived from a wide
range of academic disciplines, directed towards business problem solving
in an international environment. This aim is achieved through the provision
of ten core modules and a business project drawing on the teaching specialisms
of both universities.
programme consists of 10 modules plus a business project.
Transforming Organizations Through Information Services
International Business Management
Customer Relationship Management
Decision making In business
Leadership and ethics
MODULES TAUGHT BY VISITING TUTORS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF SURREY 105 CREDITS
3 MODULES taught by Anáhuac 45 CREDITS 180 credits
BUSINESS PROJECT 30 CREDITS M B A
The programme is designed for individuals with a first degree or equivalent
and a minimum of three years professional work experience. A TOEFL score
of 580 or IELTS score of 6 or equivalent standard of English language
competence is also required. All tuition is in English.
cost of the two-year MBA programme is $ 25'000 (US) which is payable in
two equal instalments for each of the two years of the programme.
a laptop, one week in the University of Surrey in Guildford, sixteen textbooks,
courseware CD rooms and all tuition.
Teléfonos 56 28 88 00 Ext. 448 y 115.
Mtro. Alfredo Nava, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director de la Maestría en Administración de Empresas
Lic. Covadonga Sánchez Victorero, email@example.com
Promoción de Maestrías
the University of
Surrey and Sems Website:
programme is taught by tutor-supported distance learning. Distance learning
programmes are identical in content to those delivered trough full-time
and part-time study modes. Regular review sessions are taught locally
by Anáhuac / Surrey tutors to facilitate an active exchange of
ideas between managers from many different backgrounds. Tuition from Anáhuac
provides a structured and effective support facility for students.
High quality teaching
materials are provided which include set texts and electronic Course Ware;
an interactive and powerful learning tool. To participate in the Course
Ware, all students must personally own a computer. Upon graduation, students
receive awards from both the Universidad Anáhuac del Sur and the
University of Surrey.