The school offers a great deal of flexibility in how students take the MBA and the time they spend studying. The MBA course can be completed full-time within one academic year, or can be taken part-time (weekends or evening classes) over two years. There is also a virtual option, supported by summer schools, which takes three years to complete.
Applicants will generally need a first degree or equivalent and at least three years’ professional work experience. Non-graduates with at least six years’ professional work experience may be admitted through the Open Access route.
Students will need to complete six core modules including: corporate strategy, management of human resources, entrepreneurship, financial management, marketing, and research and statistics for management. They also select two focus modules and need to complete a dissertation.
The course focuses on business problem-solving in an international environment. The virtual option allows students from around the world – China, New Zealand, Barbados, and so on – to complete their MBA. The school is recognised internationally for its business and management teaching.