Oxford Brookes University MBA
Accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA)
The Oxford Brookes Global MBA is a flexible part-time programme. It is designed for experienced, globally-connected working professionals, giving 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’ll encourage you to connect with your peers and think creatively, solving problems and spotting 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
The Oxford Brookes Global MBA begins with an induction programme to ensure that you understand fully the rigours of MBA study and to equip you with the key study skills required to succeed.
You will be encouraged to take stock of your career up to this point, undertaking an honest self-audit, in which you appraise your personal development and professional career path. You are encouraged, also, to think very carefully about what you expect to get out of the MBA, and what you are prepared to put in. The ethos of our MBA is collaborative, rather than competitive, so it is crucial to contemplate how your contribution will add value to the class and, ultimately, your own learning.
To this The Oxford Brookes Global MBA has a range of core compulsory modules and you can view the programme structure here section and find out more on the business school website.
While you study disciplines separately, you also analyse how they interrelate in practice through studying integrative cases and applying knowledge to practice through a series of ‘Leadership Engagement’ challenges.