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Master of Business Administration


Nottingham Trent University Nottingham Business School

Full time September MBA One year full-time or two years with a placement

About the course

The Nottingham Business School MBA is designed to enhance your management knowledge, your leadership capabilities, your global perspective and your professional career. It has been awarded a Dual Award status by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

Our MBA has three core principles at heart:

  1. The principles of responsible and sustainable management are central to our School and the programme. We’ll help you to develop the insights, capacities and skills to create and maintain responsible, efficient business practices, as well as to develop your sustainable mind-set, promote responsible leadership and influence organisational cultures.
  2. The learning style and opportunities are characterised by experiential learning, manifest in the two consultancy projects and a

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Entry Requirements

A undergraduate degree (2.1 or above) or an equivalent professional or academic qualification.

A period of professional work experience incorporating operational responsibilities – three years minimum, preferably five.

Two academic or vocational references.

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Student Profile(s)

Mei-Ling (Melanie) Chen

"My managerial skills and attitudes changed at NTU. I became more respectful and accepting of different opinions and ways of doing things. There is no doubt about it, NTU was a worthwhile investment in terms of my career outcomes.

"NTU is friendly and supportive to students. I really appreciated the pre-sessional (PEAP) English course I did before the MBA started. Those lessons and those teachers on the English course helped me to quickly adapt my study skills for doing the MBA.

"My advice to other students would be don’t forget that personal development is as important as academic achievement. In the work place, professional skills are the criteria for a job position but personal attributes such as good 'EQ' (emotional intelligence), interesting hobbies and a good attitude differentiate one person from another.

"Here is another top tip for you: 'Opportunity favours the prepared mind. Failure to prepare is preparing to fail'."


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