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Online Courses: MBA

Nottingham Trent University

Telephone UK: 0800 032 1180 Intl: +44 (0)115 941 8419
admissions@online.ntu.ac.uk

Master of Business Administration (MBA) FAQs

Frequently asked questions about our MBA course

When can I start the course?
There are 3 intakes per year September, January and May.

How long does the MBA course take to complete?
The Master of Business Administration takes three years to complete.

How many hours per week are required?
The course will take approximately 12.5 - 15 hours per week.

Can I complete an MBA at NTU while in full-time employment?
Yes. The course is tailored to fit around your lifestyle and is well suited to students with full-time work commitments or family obligations. You study the course online and there are numerous ways of interacting with the curriculum that accord with your schedule.

How much will the online MBA cost?
Tuition fees for the entire 3 year course are £15,900 and can be paid in modular instalments.
Fees are for the January 2018 and May 2018 intake and will not increase as long as studies are completed within 3 years of enrolment.

Are there options within the curriculum?
Yes. Our MBA course can be tailored to particular professional goals. You can choose to study an MBA with Data Analytics, an MBA with Fashion Management or an core MBA. The Fashion Management course also comes with a range of module choices. Learn more about the MBA curriculum.

What job prospects are there after qualifying?
MBA graduates have found employment as senior managers in all types and sizes of organisations, from global corporations to SMEs to start-ups. Fashion Management and Data Analytics graduates may be interested in roles including fashion buyer and merchandiser and data analyst. Learn more about specific career opportunities for MBA, Fashion Management and Data Analytics graduates.

How are students assessed?
Students are assessed multiple ways, including essays, consultancy reports, exams, case studies, presentations and reflective reports. Find out more.

What are the admissions requirements?
In order to enrol on our MBA course, you need to have:

  • a minimum 2.1 degree or equivalent qualification
  • three years of professional work experience (five years preferred)
  • a letter of recommendation
  • a statement of purpose
  • an up-to-date CV

International students will need to have an IELTS score of 6.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all elements).

In very exceptional circumstances, a student will be considered without a degree if they can demonstrate that they have been in a senior management post for more than eight years. In this case, supporting evidence and an initial assessment (via online interview) will be required.

Why study an online MBA at Nottingham Business School, NTU?
The Nottingham Business School’s online MBA courses are flexible and designed to fit around your lifestyle and work commitments.

We offer a unique learning style characterised by a highly personalised student experience and an emphasis on experiential learning, and our academic focus is on responsible and sustainable leadership.

In addition to our faculty of highly acclaimed teaching staff, we have links to over 800 companies worldwide, including Barclays, Tesco, Experian, Santander, Rolls Royce and Boots, which means we are in a great position to open doors for our students.

Start your journey with NTU today
To learn more about our Master of Business Administration, complete our online form or call the admissions office on 0800 032 1180 (UK) or +44 (0)115 941 8419 (International).

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