A Masters in Business Administration (MBA) will give you the skills you need to excel in business.
MBAs are internationally-recognised postgraduate qualifications and often taken by career-driven and business-focused people who are wanting to make an impact.
Notable MBA holders include the CEO of Walmart, Carl Douglas, and Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple.
What does it involve?
You can do a general MBA, combine it with another discipline, or specialise in a particular industry.
MBAs are usually rigorous academic programmes that consist of core and optional modules and involve a dissertation or work-based project.
You will usually be assessed through a combination of exams, essays, and group activities such as presentations.
What will you learn?
The skills you will learn include: Technical, Managerial, and Leadership
All are essential if you want to succeed in your career in business.
Having an MBA can improve your professional reputation, lead to an increased salary, and give you more job opportunities. For example, graduates from business schools in the Financial Times (FT) Global MBA Ranking 2019 gained salary increases of between 67% and 118% upon successful completion of their course.
Having an MBA opens you up to a variety of careers, including: Finance, Marketing, Sales, Consulting, and IT.
MBAs are also an attractive prospect to entrepreneurs and business owners, with many graduates already being business owners, or going on to establish their own businesses.
Expect high salaries!
According to the U.S News, MBA graduates earn the most in the Consulting, Financial Services, Technology, Healthcare, and Consumer Packaged Goods industries.
Graduates from business schools in the Financial Times (FT) Global MBA Ranking 2019 gained salary increases of between 67% and 118% upon successful completion of their course.
We have triple-accredited Business Schools available!
These are schools that have accreditations from each of the three main international accreditation agencies - AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.
- Aston Business School, Aston University
- Bradford University School of Management, University of Bradford
- Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University
- Durham University Business School, Durham University
- Henley Business School, University of Reading
- Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University
- Loughborough University School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University
- Manchester Metropolitan University Business School
- Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle University
- University of Sheffield Management School, University of Sheffield
- Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde
- Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow