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A Bachelor’s Degree is the entry requirement for all Master-level degree programmes. However, consideration may be given to those who have at least five years of experience in management roles but do not meet the entry requirements. This is termed Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Students in the RPL category will need to provide a resume and detailed statement giving reasons for pursuing a Master's degree. Each student entering under RPL will need to attend an interview for consideration for entry.
If you are applying for admission into a non-degree programme, such as the Executive Certificate in Global Leadership, please take your passport and proof of medical insurance to Ms. Diane Campbell: DCampbell@ucci.edu.ky or (345) 623-0546.
All applicants to the Master's programmes must first pass the Commonwealth Executive Management Admissions Test (CEMAT). The CEMAT is a three-hour written examination that will be offered once per year during the spring semester, or by appointment with the approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies. For further information about the CEMAT, please contact Dr. J.D. Mosley-Matchett: PDC@ucci.edu.ky or (345) 623-0552.
Admission requirements for certificate and preparatory programmes vary. Please consult the specific programme page for further details. You may also contact Ms. Diane Campbell: DCampbell@ucci.edu.ky or (345) 623-0546.
To apply, please visit the application page and complete the form. (If you have any problems with that link, please call the Admissions Coordinator Allison Anglin at (345) 623-0507 for further assistance).
There is no need for post-graduate students to provide parent details on the application form. Once you have been accepted as a student, you will first make payment and then register for your classes.
All classes are scheduled to suit a busy working professional. Classes are held at a range of times including evenings, Fridays and some Saturdays.
For further information, or clarification please contact:
Ms. Diane Campbell
For further information about the graduate and professional development programmes, contact:
Dr. J.D. Mosley-Matchett
Director of Graduates Studies and Professional Development