Learn more about:
- Global MBA Programme Structure
- Global MBA specialisations
- Global MBA Career Direction
- Online Global MBA
This programme has been designed by London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) and is validated and awarded by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO.
Managers and potential managers of all levels will benefit from this MBA programme. Develop existing skills and acquire new ones, combining them with cutting-edge theoretical knowledge to give you a real advantage in a competitive jobs market.
This programme will give you a broad and far-reaching grasp of the most important concepts in management, strategy, finance, and marketing with an international perspective. Specialisations allow you to synchronise your business degree to your existing career path, giving you a finely tuned, unique business qualification. You can find out more about the specialisations available and the programme structure.
You will develop invaluable research and analytical skills, as well as the ability to strategise. Upon graduation, you will be ready for a rewarding career in one of the various sectors in international business. Find out more information on the industry and your career prospects.
This MBA programme is taught by a passionate and vastly experienced faculty with diverse backgrounds, in a stimulating and enriching environment. You will learn by using comprehensive academic literature, real-life case studies and your fellow students' business and managerial experiences.
Students on this programme come from all over the world, from a wide range of backgrounds. As a result, you will share a rich variety of experiences and learn much about other cultures.
The average age of previous MBA Students is 27.7 years, with 51% of these students being male and 41% female.
The age range is 20 -47, while the average years of work experience is 3.4 (although no work experience is required)
From 917 MBA students (campus and online)
Campus intakes: Sep 2010, Jan 2011, Apr 2011
Online intakes: Apr 2011, Jul 2011, Sep 2011, Jan 2012