MBA Programme (Final Stage)

Course length

8 Months

About the programme

Our MBA programme helps nurture leadership skills, shaping and transforming your ability to become a business leader. A flexible option to study MBA lets you balance your work and study in parallel. Our well-calibrated programme structure prepares you for global opportunities.

Entry Requirements

  • Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Leadership and Management (or UK equivalent)

  • or An undergraduate qualification equivalent to UK Bachelors 2:2 or higher

  • or candidates with two or more years’ management work experience may be considered on a case by case basis

  • A Statement of Purpose

Programme Outline

Stage 1

  • Finance for Managers

  • Strategic Direction

  • Strategic Marketing

  • Human Resource Planning

  • Marketing Strategy for Social Enterprise

  • Global Marketing

  • Strategic Management

Stage 2

Research Methodology

Market Applications


Method of Study


This programme can be studied via equally distributed  guided blended learning. You will receive access to a dedicated state-of-the-art virtual learning platform that connects you with lecturers directly from the university.

Face to Face

After completing stage 1 in your home country, options to study stage 2 at the university campus in the UK*.

English language requirement

If English is not your first language you must be able to demonstrate your English proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0.


  • Real-time case study based assignments and dissertation.

  • Viva, Seminars and project-based assessments where necessary.

Intake and Fees

Please get in touch with us for further details on programme fees, next intake and nearest course delivery location.



Candidates with strong professional background, who are working at mid-level of their career. Our customised MBA programme is for high ambitious people. Whether you are getting into the world of start-up or climbing up in the career ladder.  An MBA can boost your leadership potential and help you see various perspectives.

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