The MBA is an international qualification that is well-respected by employers around the world and there are hundreds of business schools and an equal number of diverse programmes available to those who wish to obtain an MBA qualification.
There are a number of different factors to consider when choosing to study an MBA in the UK and the right MBA programme and business school will vary for each student. Applicants will need to factor in personal work experience and educational grades, as well as preferred living location and budget.
The best MBA for someone with a strong professional and educational background with a large budget might be Oxford, Cambridge or Imperial College London, while the best fit for someone who has no or little work experience with a more limited budget may be De Montfort or the University of East London.
Even though the same fundamentals are taught on each MBA programme, no two are alike. Ask yourself:
An MBA is an expensive programme and students need to consider the financial impact. Ask yourself:
You need to assess if a particular MBA is feasible in terms of:
Studying an MBA in the UK can vastly improve the prospects and quality of your career, enabling you to reach your ultimate potential in the business world. Arrange a free consultation with SI-UK to get your application started.
SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient - their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities; through my consultants' advice, and application assistance I was able to get offers from top ranked universities.
Carla Termini King's College London, Accounting and Finance