The primary purpose of this article is to report on the opinions and perceptions of graduates of the quality and standing of South African Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programmes. This article seeks to assess specific outcomes of the MBA programmes offered by South African business schools; to gauge the quality of the MBA programmes of South African business schools, based on graduates’ perceptions; to extract factors relating to the MBA programme outcomes; and MBA programme quality; and to elicit the opinions of graduates on the future development of the MBA programme in South Africa. The main findings pertain to the MBA graduates’ perceptions of the outcome and quality of the MBA programme as well as the most prominent findings in respect of the open question on the future development of South African MBA programmes, from the perspective of graduates.
Louw, L., Bosch, J.K. and Venter, D.J.L. (2001), "Graduates’ perceptions of the quality of MBA programmes", Quality Assurance in Education, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp. 40-45. https://doi.org/10.1108/09684880110694745Download as .RIS
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