Oxford Brookes Business School

Course fees and scholarships

  • MBA-fees

  • Fees for 2021-22 (September 2021 and March 2022 intakes)

    In recognition of the challenges created by the Covid-19 Pandemic, we have decided to keep the fees for 2021-22 at the current level. Therefore, the 2021/22 MBA Fees are:

    Full-programme: £18,600

    ACCA: £14,100

    ACCA members pay the reduced fee above as credit is awarded for the Accountancy and Finance based modules.

    You can choose to pay the cost for the programme in one or two instalments per year.

    For further information about MBA costs, please contact the MBA administration team.

    What is included in your MBA fee?

    When you come to study a compulsory or elective MBA module face-to-face on campus rather than online, we will provide lunch and refreshments. You will need to arrange and cover the cost of your accommodation, including breakfast and evening meal. For examples of Oxford accommodation costs please contact the MBA Team: mbaoxford@brookes.ac.uk.

    You will need to pay for your own travel to and from all residential workshops and Business School face-to-face modules in Oxford.

    The ACCA Scheme

    ACCA members have access to credit for the Accounting and Finance module and elective modules of the MBA programme, and there is a fast-track route which can be completed through the online learning environment in 24 months with two compulsory three day face-to-face workshops.

    Global MBA Scholarships

    In addition to retaining the fees at the 2020-21 level, we have also extended our scholarships in order to make the Brookes Global MBA more accessible. 

    Global Diversity Scholarships

    The Global Diversity Scholarship for the Oxford Brookes Global MBA programme aims to support those who are based in lower-income countries, to provide enhanced opportunities and to celebrate the truly global reach of our MBA programme.

    They are offered to all students who live and work in specific countries based on the UN Development Index

    The value of the Global Diversity Scholarship is £4,000 for Full Programme students or £1,500 for ACCA students (note that the ACCA route is only open to ACCA members who have completed all papers). 

    Global Healthcare Scholarship

    This new scholarship is for prospective students working in the global healthcare sector. It builds on the programme’s growing intake of students from healthcare organisations and recognises the global importance of advancing the healthcare sector. For the purpose of deciding who qualifies, the healthcare sector is defined as all medical/healthcare services providers such as hospitals, hospices, care homes, clinics, as well as all medicine/drug developers and manufacturers; it also includes related research. We are aware that global healthcare can take many forms, so if you don't fall within those two broad categories but think you might quality, please contact us to discuss.

    Alumni, Friends and Family Discount Scheme

    Oxford Brookes University is keen to support its students' career progression so if you have already graduated from Oxford Brookes, or you have a friend or family member who did, you may be eligible for a 10% discount on the MBA programme tuition fees. Where applicable this discount will be applied after other discounts have been applied.

    To find out more please contact us at MBA administration team.

    Postgraduate Loans Scheme

    The UK government offer a Postgraduate Master’s loans scheme through the Student Loans Company (SLC). Postgraduate loans are available to eligible UK students (under the age of 60) for a portion of the MBA programme fees.

    The Oxford Brookes Global MBA offers a high level of flexibility, allowing you to shorten or extend how long it takes to complete the programme. The University has set up the loan scheme for a period of two years in order to reflect the fee payment schedule. However, we would like you to be aware that the SLC does not follow the same level of flexibility as the programme and therefore, if a student extends their period of study, the SLC will not alter the repayment schedule and will expect repayments to start two years after the programme started if the income threshold is reached, whether you have completed the programme or extended your study period.

    Please check carefully the terms and conditions of your loan with the SLC.

    Find out more: Postgraduate Loans for UK students »