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The Graduate Business School at Universitas Prasetiya Mulya’s Cilandak campus offers graduate programmes in business and management. The Graduate Business School remains a central pillar of Universitas Prasetiya Mulya’s offered study programmes in keeping with its mission to produce future business leaders and adept entrepreneurs in Indonesia. The school has over 30 years of experience in teaching graduate business courses and preparing the next generation of Indonesia’s executives and entrepreneurs. For graduates wishing to build upon their business knowledge, Universitas Prasetiya Mulya provides full time and part time study courses with the latter being arranged to suit those studying alongside full time employment.
The MBA Business Innovation courses cater to students from a variety of professional and educational backgrounds. For the full time course, students are required to have an undergraduate degree but limited practical experience while the part time courses are designed for those with several years of work and management experience. In both cases, core business communication skills required by top managers are cultivated and honed such as negotiating and effective presenting. The course programme and syllabi are periodically updated taking input from the private sector to reflect the latest developments in the local, regional and international business environment to fully equip graduates for the workplace of today and the future.
The Graduate Degree Programme is exclusively taught by Universitas Prasetiya Mulya’s leading academics with extensive professional experience as well as academic accolades giving students the opportunity to learn from renowned figures in a given field. The graduate programme is mainly conducted at the school’s original Cilandak campus which is conveniently located in South Jakarta and can be quickly accessed from the central business district for part time evening courses. Under the re-established focus of Universitas Prasetiya Mulya, students of the Graduate Business School are encouraged to address cross-sector business issues; in doing so, participants of the School are better equipped to provide practical solutions with the potential to bring a positive impact locally and regionally.
Universitas Prasetiya Mulya focus on Asian business studies serves to shape the syllabi of each course providing students with contemporary and locally applicable case studies. This is to encourage students to think in an innovative way when formulating their own business plan to address needs in their own local and regional market. Teamwork and collaborative work with students on different subject courses are also strongly emphasised on to prepare students for working in multicultural environments and with a variety of perspectives when making business decisions.