An executive MBA, or part-time MBA as it is sometimes referred to, has become an increasingly popular option with managers seeking to further their career but who do wish to take time out of employment for study.
Offering the same benefits as a full-time MBA and with the same internationally recognised qualification at the end, the executive MBA is instead studied part-time over two or three years.
What Inspires People to Study an Executive MBA?
Within the field of business and management, holding an MBA qualification demonstrates to employers that you are versed in the latest management techniques and theories.
A key advantage of an executive MBA that you can instantly apply your new skills and knowledge to your workplace but it can also form the impetus you need to advance your career, whether by taking on a new direction or progressing in your current role.
Can I Get Funding to Study an Executive MBA?
An executive MBA should be seen as an investment in your future. Because of this many employers will help you complete your executive MBA through an employee sponsorship scheme.
We also offer a limited number of scholarships for self-funded students beginning an executive MBA at Leeds University Business School.
Managing your time is a vital component of an executive MBA. The modular format of our MBA is designed to allow you the flexibility to balance work, study and personal life with each module delivered in intensive three or four day blocks.
Request a brochure to find out more about our executive MBA course at Leeds University Business School.