Masters in Business Administration

 Masters in Business Administration

 

Introduction

The Open University of Mauritius (OU) has been established on 12 July 2012 according to the Open University of Mauritius ACT 2010. The Mauritius College of the Air, which was established in 1971, has integrated the Open University of Mauritius in July 2012. The Open University aims at delivering quality education to learners who are unable to be physically present on campus. With flexible study options, its prospective learners can study from home, work, or anywhere in the world, at a time that suits them and their lifestyle. Even if the OU is not a residential university, we greet our learners at the Induction session, and organise tutorial sessions where learners meet tutors.

 

Vision of the Open University

The vision of the Open University of Mauritius is to be among the leading open universities recognized worldwide for providing high-quality education and training.

 

Mission of the Open University

The mission of the Open University of Mauritius is to provide quality education to people of all backgrounds from Mauritius and around the world with the ultimate aim of developing their intellectual, moral, civic, and creative capacities to the fullest so that they can lead a life full of dignity while contributing meaningfully to the socio-economic development of their nation. Therefore the Open University of Mauritius endeavours to

  1. expand the scope and scale of quality higher education available to school leavers;
  2. provide greater access to continuing professional education, skills development and training;
  3. provide more opportunities for lifelong learning;
  4. play a leading role in research and development and application of learning technologies for education and training;
  5. facilitate national, regional and international partnerships and collaborations for the optimal use of resources for open and distance learning; and
  6. provide quality open and distance learning programmes in Mauritius and the region in a learner-centred environment using state-of-the-art information and communication technologies.