Lead business with data
Be empowered to lead business in a data-driven world. Develop a deeper understanding of data science and analytical strategy, alongside leadership principles and industry expertise, with the 100% Online MBA with Data Analytics. Ranked as a world top-50 online MBA,1 you'll learn through experiential techniques, simulations with industry mentors, multidisciplinary experts and student peers - ultimately empowering you with the knowledge to use data in new and powerful ways.
- AACSB and EQUIS accreditation
- Fast track option available
- World top-50 Online MBA (QS 2021)
- Student Satisfaction – 90%
|Duration||2.5 years or 1.5 years (fast track)|
|Start||January, May, September|
To apply for the Online MBA or Online MBA Fast Track, you will need:
- Completed application
- An undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK honours degree (2.1 or above) plus a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience at a management level
- Two references
- A statement of purpose
- Language requirements (international students only)
The estimated total cost of the Online MBA is £17,000. You can pay in full or in instalments of £1,325 per module (plus two payments of £550 for the dissertation).
Enhance your strategic thinking
From capturing and organising the data, through to analysis and action, our Online MBA with Data Analytics will give you the big picture on the data lifecycle. A deeper appreciation of what data can do is crucial to informing your strategic business decisions and keeping you one step ahead of the competition. Data-focused subjects include machine learning, statistical decision making and big data.
Our Online MBA with Data Analytics shares the same core modules as our Online MBA, including responsible leadership, global marketing management and strategic change management. So, whichever MBA path you choose, you’ll have the same opportunities to collaborate with industry experts, acclaimed teachers and student cohorts. Equally, you’ll benefit from the same experiential simulations and real-life case studies.
Fast track your MBA
Accelerate your learning outcomes and double up on modules to graduate with an MBA in as little as 1.5 years.
Online MBA with Data Analytics course outcomes:
- deploy data analytics in your own business environment
- use big data to drive businesses forward
- draw on contemporary theories and conceptual frameworks to guide management decisions
- apply your experience in the context of complex organisational environments
- derive value from data science and gain deep insight into statistical approaches to data analysis
Online MBA with Data Analytics career outlook
With 90% of analytics and business professionals saying data and analytics are key to company digital transformation initiatives,2 it’s clear that business success today depends on data. So, for business leaders who can turn data into meaningful insights, the career opportunities are huge.
The course is delivered through both the School of Science and Technology and the Nottingham Business School. This gives the course its interdisciplinary flavour and enriches the content through a variety of experts and connections with major IT businesses.
Graduates of the Online MBA have been able to use their knowledge to transform their careers. Even during the global pandemic, roughly 60% of graduates have reported significant salary increases.3
Connect with the content
Whether you’re based in the UK or on the other side of the world, working part-time or full-time, when you study online with us, we want you to feel connected.
That means providing you with access to the same high quality teaching staff, pioneering research, industry links, support services and active international student community as our campus-based courses. It also means using a combination of innovative techniques, from video lectures and real-life case studies to interactive assignments and digital resources. As a result, in our most recent Postgraduate Taught Survey (2021), 90% of Online MBA students were satisfied with the quality of the course.4
Because when you’re fully connected and engaged with the content, you’re more motivated to achieve success, both in and out of your career.
Expert teaching team
Nottingham Business School and its lecturers have links to companies worldwide, adding a strong practical, global perspective to the course. They’re also world leaders in experiential and personalised learning techniques – both key to developing your own management practices and data-based strategies.
The course is led by Dr Faye Taylor, who is committed to creating opportunities for students worldwide, delivering learning that connects with their personal and professional commitments.
She is supported by Dr Mufti Mahmud, Senior Lecturer of Computing and Technology in the School of Science and Technology. As well as being a popular events speaker, Dr Mahmud has several years of experience developing online content, notably in data analytics and machine learning.
I came across this course while researching for masters in the area of data analytics; it was the perfect match to what I wanted, a mix of business and technology.
Maria Agius (Malta),
Online MBA with Data Analytics
Frequently asked questions
Need help? If you would like to know more about our Online MBA with Data Analytics, or wish to apply to study, please request information. We’ve included answers to some of the more commonly asked questions below. For more, please view our FAQ page.
If you have any further questions, contact the Admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 0800 032 1180 (UK) or +44 (0)115 941 8419 (international).
- UNKNOWN (2021) QS, Online MBA Rankings 2021 [online] Available at: https://www.topmba.com/mba-rankings/online-mba-rankings/2021 [Accessed 21.04.2021]
- UNKNOWN (2018) Forrester [online] Available at: https://www.forrester.com/report/InsightsDriven+Businesses+Set+The+Pace+For+Global+Growth/-/E-RES130848# [Accessed 16.02.2021]
- UNKNOWN (2021) Nottingham Trent University, Online MBA graduate data provided by programme office [Accessed 17.02.2021]
- UNKNOWN (2021) Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, [Accessed 17.08.2021]