The MT MBA Hub
Why study for an MBA?
Studying for a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) is a big undertaking both for the time commitment and the financial outlay, but it is now universally recognised as a great way to change the course of your career or accelerate your way up the corporate career ladder.
Around 100,000 people take up the challenge of studying full-time for an MBA every year, and about 300,000 more go part-time or even online. That’s a massive proportion of the working population getting ahead with business qualifications and a good reason to consider doing the same, yourself.
Wit best business practice, technical and personal skills and academic case studies, the process of studying for an MBA is designed to equip you with the relevant skills needed to walk into a corporate environment and be able to hit the ground running. Many courses will also offer a decent alumni network to help find contacts and advice for putting your new qualification to use.
In an increasingly competitive graduate jobs market, there is no doubt that a career in business can benefit from what the modern MBA offers.
Oxford Brookes Global MBA
The Oxford Brookes Global MBA is an adaptable MBA that fits in with your lifestyle. It is built around your needs and can be studied in Oxford or anywhere in the world at a pace which suits you. We know life and work commitments can change so you can choose from on-campus learning, online learning or a mixture of both, allowing you to change the pace of study and control the costs.
You will maintain contact and benefit from a diverse network of international participants, alumni, faculty and corporate links. It is the diversity of these people that makes this MBA unique. The Oxford Brookes Global MBA is an AMBA accredited programme and ranked in the top 10 UK MBAs (QS TopMBA rankings 2012). As the UK's leading modern university (The Sunday Times University Guide 2013) Oxford Brookes enjoys an international reputation for teaching excellence and innovation as well as strong links with business and industry.
Come to our MBA Open Day in Oxford on Saturday 20 April. Register now at http://www.mbaoxford.com and find out more about how our adaptable MBA programme can help you.
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