University of Northampton

Degree level: Postgraduate
Awarded by: The University of Northampton

Business Administration (Taught)

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Course summary

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a globally recognised postgraduate qualification for ambitious, motivated graduates. If you aspire to be a business professional and do not have any previous business or management experience, studying for an MBA degree will allow you to achieve this. If you are seeking to gain UK work experience as part of your studies, consider or popular MBA with Placement. Meanwhile, Executive MBAs are best suited to experienced candidates seeking to progress their career further. Which MBA course is best? It’s important to do your research when choosing which MBA degree to study. The right course for you will depend on your personal interests, experience and ambitions. Your options include General MBA courses, which teach a broad range of business skills and are ideal for those with less managerial experience. What does an MBA get you? If you choose to pursue MBA study with a university, you can benefit in a number of different ways. The experience and knowledge gained on MBA courses can lead to more career options being available to you, promotion from your current position and an increased salary. They also come with the advantage of global recognition, making them valuable to individuals working abroad. Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme The Master of Business Administration MBA is part of the Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELCS). The ELCS is an opportunity for members of the Armed Forces to further or expand on their education. The scheme offers support financially in a maximum of three separate financial years for higher level learning of a nationally recognised qualification at a Level three or above. Modules Please note the modules shown here relate to the academic year 22/23. The modules relating to the academic year 23/24 will be available from June 2023. Managing Operations and the Supply Chain (20 Credits) Financial Decision Making (20 Credits) Managing and Organisational Behaviour (20 Credits) Strategic Marketing (20 Credits) The Entrepreneurship Report (20 Credits) Critical Issues in Business (10 Credits) Competitive Strategy and Innovation (20 Credits) Business Management Research in Practice (30 Credits) International Business Negotiation (20 Credits) Digital Business (20 Credits) Practical Data Analysis for Business (10 Credits) Enterprise in the Circular Economy Value Chain (20 Credits) Economic Analysis and Value (20 Credits) Measuring Organisational Performance (10 Credits) Major Project (Standard) (40 Credits) Skills for MBA Study (10 Credits) Ethical and Responsible Leadership (20 Credits) Marketing Innovation (20 Credits) Strategy and Decision Making (10 Credits)


Entry requirements

If you hold a first or second class honours degree from a British university or equivalent, you will be eligible to apply for this course. Work experience is useful but is not an essential MBA entry requirement, so long as you can demonstrate a clear passion and interest in business and/or enterprise. English Language Requirements If English is not your first language, you must meet the following English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 overall with a minimum of 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in all other skills. Equivalent qualifications are considered, for further information regarding English language requirements at the University, please see our English Language Requirements page.


Fees and funding

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Business Administration at University of Northampton - UCAS