Admission Policy

Choose your Programme

Find out more about our Executive Education, Full Degree and Training programmes. We recommend that you look closely at the programme key facts to make sure it is the programme that matches your career goals.


Entry requirements vary depending on if you are a home or overseas student. Please read about the entry requirements of the programme before submitting your application.

Before you can enrol for any of our programmes, you have to be 18 years or older.

Places on our Full Degree Programmes are often limited, so we recommend that you apply as early as possible. Check the programme key facts for intake dates or funding deadlines where appropriate.

Complete the Application Form

Your personal student advisor from the Recruitment Team can assist you in completing the corresponding Application Form sent to you if need be. After which you will need to collate all relevant documents and send them, along with your completed Application Form, to your advisor.


Make sure you have all your supporting documents scanned. Admission documents required vary from course to course, so we strongly recommend that you check the programme entry requirements in advance. You can find a list of relevant admission documents on the Course details on the website.

Receive your results

Upon receipt of the Application Form, all your documents will be submitted for consideration by the Academic Board. The Academic Board consists of senior academics at MSBM and meets weekly to assess applicants' eligibility for their chosen programme using the highest academic standards.

After careful consideration you will receive one of the following offers:

  • An unconditional offer. This usually comes as a Letter of Acceptance and means that you have successfully met all the requirements and have been accepted into your chosen programme.
  • A conditional offer. This means that you have been accepted into the programme, on the condition that you fulfil whatever requirement may be left before you can proceed with your course.

No offer means you did not receive an offer. This can be due to various reasons, such as the academic board does not consider you to be ready to pursue this particular course. If you do not receive an offer, for this reason, you may still be able to study at MSBM by increasing your qualifications through our Certificate Courses.

Reasons, why you have not received an offer, will be made known to you. This will help you when re-applying. In each case, one of our Course Co-coordinators will contact you to explain this in further detail.

For more information on admissions, contact us at [email protected]