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Oxford Brookes MBA
The Oxford Brookes Global MBA is a flexible part-time programme. It is designed for experienced, globally-connected working professionals. And gives you the confidence and inspiration to reveal your leadership potential and entrepreneurial flair.
Whether you choose to work online or during study visits on campus, you will be immersed in an environment that asks much of you and emphasises collaboration and openness.
Our collaborative and creative learning experience brings our MBA community to you wherever you are in the world. You’ll forge a wide range of professional contacts across different industries, institutions and geographies.
We encourage you to connect with your peers and think creatively. You will solve problems and spot opportunities for your own development, whatever the world throws at you.
With the option to study online and face-to-face on campus you have the flexibility to create an MBA that’s as individual as you are.
Connect, Collaborate, Create. Welcome to the Oxford Brookes Global MBA.
How to apply
Please apply using our application form.
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Fees quoted are the full price of the course.
Financial support and scholarships
Learning and assessment
You will begin with an induction programme to ensure that you understand the rigours of MBA study. This will also equip you with the key study skills required to succeed.
We encourage you to take stock of your career up to this point. And undertake an honest self-audit to appraise your personal development and professional career path.
We also encourage you to consider what you expect to get out of the MBA. As well as what you are prepared to put in.
The ethos of our MBA is collaborative, rather than competitive. It is crucial to contemplate how your contribution will add value to the class and your own learning.
You will take core compulsory modules - find out more on the Business School website.
After the core modules, you choose two elective modules which enable you to follow a specialist pathway through the MBA.
For the final stage of your programme you choose an MBA project. This can be a dissertation, an individual consultancy project, a group consultancy project or a business start-up plan.
There are three research centres which relate to this subject:
- International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies
- The Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice
- The Centre for Business, Society and Global Challenges.
Much of our research is applied. We are involved in an abundance of knowledge transfer with regional, national and global organisations.
After you graduate
Our focus on your career and professional development, with an emphasis on management in practice, enables you to take the next steps in your career, confident in your own knowledge and abilities.
We offer individual personal and career development guidance along with a range of activities which give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead and manage global teams.
The Personal and Professional Development module focuses on your career and professional and supports you throughout your MBA programme.
An individual Personal Development Journal helps you to make the most of your learning so you directly benefit from the MBA while studying as well as after graduation.
With support from your Academic Advisor, both virtually and face-to-face during the two workshops, you keep track of your development and actions for future growth.
The Personal and Professional Development module ends with an assessed Career Action Plan, which helps guide you through your future career.
Reflective assignments and coaching and leadership challenges provide you with the practical experience to develop your critical thinking skills and leadership capability. At MBA Community events, industry visits and the MBA Summer School you have opportunities to soak up knowledge from industry experts and network with executives.
Programme Changes: On rare occasions we may need to make changes to our course programmes after they have been published on the website.
For more information, please visit our Changes to programmes page.