Bucharest Business School, supported by the BBS Alumni and Students Association, offers discounts & partial scholarships for ROCA Executive MBA worth over
45 000 Euro

About the program

Bucharest Business School from ASE (Bucharest University of Economic Studies) and ESG (Ecole des Sciences de la Gestion) from UQAM (University of Quebec in Montreal), Canada organize jointly, the double-degree Executive MBA. Bucharest Business School is the only Romanian AMBA accredited business school.

ROCA Executive MBA program includes 15 core modules and a final project, structured in 2 university years (4 semesters) – the modules are organized during weekends in a hybrid format. Professors from Bucharest and Montreal will accompany the MBA students in a true transformational journey. The program is fully taught in English and the last module is delivered in Canada at ESG UQAM premises. The program has a total cost of 15000 Euros, payable in 4 installments, which includes tuition fees and also the cost of the study-trip to Canada (flight and accommodation).

The program is one of the oldest Executive MBA programs in Romania and has an alumni community of more than 1000 persons. Internationally, UQAM organizes similar joint, double-degree Executive MBA programs with other partner universities in over 10 countries located on 5 continents and has a global network of over 12500 alumni.

Minimum eligibility conditions for applying to the ROCA Executive MBA program:

• Good English language skills

• Bachelor degree

• Managerial experience (minimum 4 years after graduation of Bachelor studies, or minimum 2 years after Master studies, or minimum 1 year after PhD)

Scholarships and discounts

BBS Alumni and Students Association supports education development and top academic training and together with ASE (Bucharest University of Economic Studies) supports Bucharest Business School, offering the applicants to the ROCA Executive MBA program the opportunity to obtain one of the 22 special places:

• 2 scholarships/discounts representing 33% of the tuition fees

• 20 scholarships/discounts representing 15% of the tuition fees

The scholarships will be awarded by competition, based on the evaluations of a jury composed of professors and alumni of the program. The panel will take a look at the following criteria: managerial profile, experience, motivation and development potential.

In order to apply to these scholarships, applicants must submit a complete file!