Ashridge Business School Entry Requirements

Ashridge Business School Entry Requirements

Applying for the Ashridge MBA

Entry requirements

These guidelines outline our usual minimum entry requirements for the MBA Programme at Ashridge. They are simply a guide as each MBA application is considered on its own merit. The application process also needs you to demonstrate:

  • Your clear, realistic career goals and how an MBA will help you achieve these
  • Your understanding of the distinctive features of the Ashridge MBA
  • Your ability to contribute to our teaching environment of small groups and peer learning
  • Your ability to work independently and virtually.


Ashridge is proud to present its portfolio of Executive Degree Programmes.

Whether you are looking for an MBA, Masters in Management or are a practitioner looking for a specialist qualification such as in sustainability, coaching or organisational change, our part-time, blended or online qualifications are designed suit your requirements. In addition, thanks to our experience of customising programmes for our global network of clients, we are also able to work collaboratively with you to design and deliver fully accredited, customised qualifications for your organisation.


Ashridge Executive Education, formerly Ashridge Business School, is a non-profit making organization, near Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, England. Ashridge is part of Hult International Business School, and changed its name to Ashridge Executive Education following the operational merger between the two business schools in 2015. Its activities include open and tailored executive education programmes, MBA, MSc and Diploma qualifications, organisation consulting, applied research and online learning. Ashridge works with private and public organisations from around the world. The triple accredited school is based at Ashridge House, one of the largest Gothic Revival country houses in England. Ashridge Executive Education’s campus is a grade 1 listed building.

It is one of eight members of the newly formed Independent Universities Group, whose objective is to differentiate their academic credentials from the more commercial elements of the alternative sector.