Our MBA will enable you to achieve career success and your personal ambitions. An MBA is the ‘gold standard’ in management and leadership education. We focus on whole-person leadership development. The MBA’s course values include: (1) transformational leadership; (2) ethics and integrity; and (3) reflective action learning.
Why Study MBA Part-Time with us?
The University of Chester Business School has a highly successful track record of delivering MBA courses to managers and leaders in world-class private, public and not-for-profit organisations. Our MBA has a clear impact in providing graduates a step change in their lives.
We pride ourselves on equipping our successful learners to have personal and professional impact – for instance, being successful in a promotion that you have been targeting, becoming the leader you want to be, making a fresh start in a new career or setting up your own business.
The learning methods we use will enable you to apply business and management principles and theories directly into leadership practice and organisational policy-making.
What will I learn?
During the MBA, you will develop a broad range of business management knowledge and leadership thinking in the core areas of human resource management, finance, marketing, operations, creative thinking and strategy.
The MBA aims to hone your practical leadership and management skills and develop your policy-making capabilities. All of our teaching is research informed so that you can apply business and management principles and theories directly into leadership practice and organisational policy making.
How will I be taught?
Our MBA develops a community of practice through our learning environment and through our action-learning sets. You will study in Chester’s ‘corporate’ Business School in the heart of an industry hub. All of our tutors are research active, ensuring that you will encounter cutting-edge research, so you can draw out the best practice management solutions and the latest leadership thinking.
Teaching is classroom based, six hours per week during term time, over an afternoon/evening.