Master in Business Administration – Philippines


Why study Master in Business Administration in Southville?

The Master in Business Administration (MBA) Program at Southville is designed by industry experts to provide leaders, managers, and aspiring business administrators opportunities to hone their business competencies, management, and leadership skills in a fast-changing global arena. Specifically, the program aims to develop understanding and application of management and leadership concepts; strategic and innovative leadership mindset; purpose-driven management skills; and capabilities for more senior organizational management roles.

The Southville Graduate School Division officially opened in 2017 With the goal of becoming the top business school in the south, the increasing demand on mental health experts , and the intensive preparation for the 4th Industrial Revolution, SISC then came up with Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Arts in Psychology (MAP), and Master in Information Technology (MIT) completing its first set of graduate programsSouthville is home to celebrated personalities, medical practitioners, entrepreneurs, and community leaders, among others. Southville is the training ground of future Business Technocrats and World Leaders, anchored on the school’s 5Cs Curriculum. 

Southville is committed to develop lifelong learners who are equipped with the 5Cs (Character, Competence, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve) through data-driven and technology-enhanced educational programs to ensure student success in the 21st Century.

Southville adheres to the demands of the 4th Industrial Revolution and the highest standards of quality education by providing innovative and challenging curricula, effective instruction, updated technological applications, a strong research and community service orientation within an enriched, caring, and active learning environment. 

Message from the Program Director

The launch of Southville’s MBA Program is an important component that will strengthen our image as the Best Business School in the South. I am privileged to be able to supervise the principal batch of professionals who joined our MBA Program. I believe that an MBA degree is not a requirement but rather a personal goal set by students themselves as part of their desire to develop themselves in their chosen field of specialization.

Student Testimonial

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