Welcome to the Connected MBA, providing knowledge and networks to last a lifetime. For more details, explore the Surrey MBA website (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/mba/
Undertaking an MBA isn’t just about the modules you study, the lessons you learn or the people you meet, it’s about the range of added benefits that come with an MBA programme: the networks that last a lifetime, the mentors who guide you and the career support that shapes your future.
At Surrey, you’ll enjoy exposure to all these benefits as you gain the skills, experience, knowledge and connections to achieve your career ambitions.
Visit the website http://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/master-business-administration
- Full-time MBA
The Full-time Surrey MBA programme attracts students from a wide range of business backgrounds and nationalities. It is particularly suitable for anyone wanting to build an international business career or preparing to start their own business.
Visit the Surrey MBA website to learn more about our Full-time MBA programme (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/mba/your-mba-experience/full-time-mba
- Executive MBA (part-time)
Surrey's Executive MBA is a transformational experience, both personally and professionally. It has been specifically designed to help you balance a demanding career and personal commitments with a 24-month period of intensive study and professional development.
Visit the Surrey MBA website to learn more about our Executive MBA programme (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/mba/your-mba-experience/executive-mba
-Managing Human Resources
-Strategic Management in a Global Context
-Strategic Change Management
The MBA programme comprises a blend of professional development and academic modules. The foundation is laid by the Management Practice induction programme, aimed at auditing students’ personal and professional development. Thereafter, students follow a series of compulsory and optional modules and a series of key skills workshops that develop robust knowledge and understanding of the global business environment.
The quality of our teaching is reflected in our accreditation from both the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and AACSB.
The AACSB is an international body which assesses business schools on the quality of their programmes and operational management. This represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn this award confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through rigorous and comprehensive peer review.
AACSB international accreditation assures students and stakeholders that business schools:
Manage resources to achieve a vibrant and relevant programme of studies
Advance business and management knowledge through faculty scholarship
Provide high-calibre teaching
Cultivate meaningful interaction between students and well-qualified staff
Produce graduates who have achieved specified learning goals
Accreditation by the AMBA is widely recognised as the global standard for MBA programmes. The association has acted as an advocate for MBA programmes around the world since 1967 and assesses business schools and their post-experience management programmes against rigorous criteria.
- A clear strategy and mission, explicitly expressed and regularly updated. It will have a clear understanding of the market for its products
- Staff who are credible in terms of their academic qualifications, their ability to teach business at postgraduate level, the quality of their research and the extent of their business contacts and consultancy activities
- As the MBA is a post-experience, postgraduate degree, students admitted onto an accredited MBA must have a minimum of three years’ work experience, with an average of around five years’ experience.
Find out how to apply here - http://www.surrey.ac.uk/apply/postgraduate
A Bachelors degree (UK 2.1 or above) or equivalent qualification from a recognised British/overseas university is required, and for the full-time variant, a minimum of three years’ professional work experience post-graduation with some managerial responsibilities. For the Executive MBA, normally a minimum of five years’ postgraduate experience is required in a managerial role. Applicants who do not possess a degree but hold a relevant professional training qualification, along with a minimum of six years’ managerial work experience, may be eligible to enrol through the mature entry scheme.English language requirementsIELTS minimum overall: 6.5IELTS minimum by component: 6.0