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MBA

Business Administration (Executive MBA)

 

Enhance your management knowledge, your leadership capabilities, your global perspective and your professional career. The MBA is the education for managers; it has become the most popular postgraduate course in the world due to its international recognition and transferable skills.

Entry requirements: Please see the Applying section
Starting: January 2015.
Course length: Two years part-time
Study location: City site

Fees and funding:

Please see the fees and funding section.

Our Executive MBA will engage you with the latest management thinking, enhancing your knowledge, perspective and leadership capabilities. It has been designed to prepare you to handle a wide range of challenges inherent in managing organisations so that you are able to see the interconnectedness of your actions.

Throughout the course, you will tackle real-world business issues and have the opportunity to work with companies in the UK and overseas via international study tours, exchanges and team consultancy projects.

Nottingham Business Schools MBA programme provides an intense learning environment that will:

  • open your vision to different perspectives in business and management
  • prepare you to question taken-for-granted assumptions
  • develop critical skills which will enable you to cope with the demanding roles of management in an economic crisis that will affect organisations for a generation
  • develop you to be able to apply knowledge and understanding of management and business to complex issues, both systematically and creatively, to improve business in practice
  • develop strategic thinking and innovative, entrepreneurial skills which are highly sought by employers
  • develop leadership, interpersonal and group working skills so that you will be able to take senior leadership roles with confidence.

Please note the following information for applicants.

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