Master of Business Administration
The prestigious Chapman Master of Business Administration at Anglo-American University in Prague is a 17-month program taught entirely in English and offered in cooperation with Chapman University Argyros School of Business and Economics (ASBE) based in California USA.
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About the Chapman MBA in Prague
Students have the unique opportunity to earn a U.S. education from Chapman University, one of the most well-known Business Schools in the world, right here at Anglo-American University in Prague, Czech Republic.
Chapman MBA in Prague students are taught by qualified, experienced faculty who use the highly interactive Western style of engaging students in participative learning.
60% of the program’s credits are taught by Chapman University professors. The remaining courses are taught by AAU instructors, and local industry experts who hold prestigious degrees, including professionals from Fortune 500 global companies based in Prague.
A Top-Ranked MBA in the Czech Republic, EU and US
Corporate recruiters ranked the Chapman MBA in Prague 30th among full-time MBA programs. The Chapman University Argyros School of Business and Economics was named 3rd among private schools in California, and has been featured in numerous global rankings, such as the U.S. News & World Report 2016 and Bloomberg Business Week.
Based in California, Chapman’s Argyros School of Business & Economics graduates make roughly $69,000 in salary and bonus to start, with an enviable 87.5% placement rate within three months of graduation.
Bridging Prague and California
AAU prides itself in offering a unique international experience to all its MBA students. Aside from the international environment at AAU, students are encouraged to take a course at Chapman University in California.
After having completed the program, students are conferred the degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA) by Chapman University, based in Orange, California, USA. Soon-to-be graduates then have the chance to choose if they would like to successfully conclude their studies by attending the MBA graduation ceremony at Chapman University in Orange, California, or at Anglo-American University, in Prague.
Such opportunities give our Chapman MBA in Prague graduates a competitive advantage within the global market by providing them with an excellent education and a worldly perspective.
Quality Guaranteed by Accreditations
The Chapman MBA in Prague program is the only MBA program in the Czech Republic that is so strongly accredited. The quality of the program is ensured by two levels of accreditation in addition to local recognition.
First, Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business & Economics (ASBE) is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the “gold standard” of business school accreditation.
Secondly, both Chapman University and AAU are regionally accredited by WSCUC (WASC Senior College and University Commission), one of six American regional accreditation associations acknowledged by the U.S. Department of Education.
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The Chapman MBA in Prague program places emphasis on strategy formation, execution, and evaluation. It integrates core, elective and capstone courses to further students’ understanding of how firms gain and sustain a competitive advantage. Students graduate from the MBA program after successfully passing 12 courses, achieving a total of 46 US credits. The 8 core courses and the capstone course are worth 4 credits, and the 3 electives range between 3 and 4 credits.
Economic Analysis for Business (BUS 601P)
Accounting and Financial Analysis (BUS 602P)
Statistics for Business Decisions (BUS 603P)
Organization and Management (BUS 604P)
Marketing Management (BUS 605P)
Operations and Technology Management (BUS 606P)
Financial Management (BUS 607P)
Understanding the Global Business Environment (BUS 610P)
Strategic Management (BUS 612P)
Students collectively choose 3 elective courses from the list below:
BUS 620 Marketing Analytics
BUS 621 Investments
BUS 624 Marketing Research
BUS 626 Consumer Behavior
BUS 627 Advanced Corporate Finance
BUS 628 International Finance
BUS 630 New Product Development
BUS 631 Derivative Securities and Markets
BUS 632 Financial Reporting and Analysis
BUS 633 International Marketing
BUS 634 Marketing Strategy
BUS 635 Management of Entrepreneurial Enterprises
BUS 636 Financing Entrepreneurial Enterprises
BUS 637 Financial Markets and Institutions
BUS 638 Digital and Social Media Marketing
BUS 639 Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Restructuring
BUS 640 Leadership and Corporate Governance
BUS 641 Portfolio Management
BUS 645 Human Resources Management
BUS 650 International Business Law
BUS 652 Business Negotiations
BUS 656 Project Management
BUS 657 Global Supply Chain Management
BUS 658 Information Systems in Digital Times
BUS 660 Corporate Entrepreneurship
BUS 670 Foundations in Real Estate
Intensive Weekend Format
New student cohorts begin each year at the end of September and the program is uniquely structured in an intensive weekend format to accommodate employed students.
- Fridays: 17:00 – 21:00
- Saturday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Sunday: 09:00 – 13:00
View the Current 2020/2022 MBA Schedule here. (Please note schedules are subject to change.)
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Tuition and Fees
Attending the Chapman MBA in Prague is 75% less expensive than attending the same MBA taught at Chapman University in California. Tuition for the program amounts to CZK 450,000 (about USD 21,500*), including the mandatory instructional materials fee. The tuition fee can be paid in installments. Please, contact our CFO, Zdeněk Johanovský, for more information regarding the payment plans.
Admission fee: CZK 4,500 (USD 214*).
Tuition for the entire program: CZK 450,000 (about USD 21,500*)
Instructional materials fee: CZK 20,000 (USD 952*) – might be waived, please see below.
Graduation fee: CZK 800 (USD 38*).
If you submit your application and pay the admission fee by the Early Action deadline (June 30), you will be waived from paying the instructional materials fee. Thus, you will save CZK 20,000, which represents almost 5% of the tuition.
*At the exchange rate of CZK 21 / USD 1. The amount in USD may vary in accordance with the current exchange rate.
Diverse classes and the highly interactive, case-study driven, strategic courses that the MBA offers all give our alumni the competitive edge to take their careers to the next level. AAU graduates thrive in multinational environments and are able to communicate professionally in English to international audiences.
We are proud to have graduates go onto pursue careers such as, but not limited to:
- Top Project Managers
- General Managers
- Financial Directors and Analysts
- Risk Managers
- Division Directors
Matthew Ralston, a 2011 graduate of the Chapman MBA in Prague and currently Strategic Partnership Manager for Nordstrom, North America’s leading luxury department store. Read his success story.
Recognition by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
Chapman University as a non-European foreign higher education institution (pursuant to Act no. 111/1998 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions, Part XIV, Section 93f) was awarded the domestic permit (to provide foreign higher education in the territory of the Czech Republic) by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports on 17 May 2018. Thus, the study of the students has been made equal to study at higher education institutions in the Czech Republic under the State Social Support Act or under the Pension Insurance Act (Students have the legal status of a student for these purposes).
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See what our students have to say
What I enjoy most about AAU is its diverse and engaging environment. The smaller class sizes allowed me to make meaningful connections with faculty members and students, and facilitated networking, which is extremely important in the business world and has enabled me to seek out the right opportunities.
We do almost all of our projects in small international teams, and we work together as we would in a business company and synergize our different ideas. There's the flexibility to meet with teachers outside of class and ask them questions, not only specific things we learned about in the class but about professional development, networking, industry insight, or anything at all!