The United Kingdom boasts some of the world’s premier MBA colleges, offering full-time programs with international certification and courses covering accounting, finance, marketing, management and strategy – as well as electives tailored specifically to student interests. University of Oxford’s highly ranked MBA program stands out as an outstanding example.
Full-time MBA courses in the UK typically last one or two years and are suitable for recent college graduates, or those with some work experience who wish to take time away from their careers in order to focus on studying. You will benefit from learning from experienced lecturers and professors in fields like management, human resources, marketing and data analytics as well as ample opportunities for networking and expanding professional horizons during this program.
As with MBA programmes, UK universities require admission with certain academic qualifications for admission. You will typically need either a bachelor’s degree with a strong grade point average (GPA) or an average GMAT score (usually around 680).
Your application to university will also require you to present both a valid passport and student visa for its duration, along with letters of recommendation from previous professors or employers and an updated CV or resume that demonstrates career aspirations. Some universities also request letters of reccommendation as well as letters outlining career ambitions or statements outlining goals of the statement of purpose. Occasionally you may also be required to fill out an online application form and provide transcripts from past jobs or internships as evidence of their eligibility.