What is an MBA?
A Master's in Business Administration (MBA) offers you the chance to learn about all aspects of business: marketing, fincance, accounting, IT, organisation, research methods, consultancy, leadership, business policy; and human resources. In applying for an MBA you will have at least five years' experience in business as well as an undergraduate degree. You can apply directly through the university's website.
Fees in the UK range from £16,000 to £73,000, however after graduation you can expect to earn a mean salary of £82,000. Furthermore, in undertaking an MBA you'll gain valuable networking opportunities from experienced professionals to the alumni of your business school.
There are many ways you can study for an MBA, with part-time and distance learning available from many providers.
MBAs in the UK
Many business schools in the UK offer top MBA programmes with 7 universities in the top 20 in Europe, according to Top MBA. Furthermore, Eduniversal rate these same seven with 5 Palmes Of Excellence, which means that they have a strong global influence. These are:
- London Business School
- Said Business School, University of Oxford
- Cambridge Judge Business School
- Imperial College Busines School
- Warwick Business School
- Manchester Business School
- Cranfield School of Management
Universities are accredited by either The Association of MBAs or another system.
Universities accredited by The Association of MBAs:
Further universities with different accreditations: