Buckinghamshire New University is a British, state funded university with roots established in 1893, as the Science and Art School in High Wycombe, a town located between London and Oxford. The university now has a studentship of about 10,000.
There are three major academic components at Bucks:
These faculties are housed around three campuses in High Wycombe, Wellesbourne, and Chalfont, and encompass an array of ultra modern facilities at High Wycombe.
At the last subject review undertaken by the UK Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) in 2001, the university’s Business School scored highly; gaining a total 22/24 points in recognition of the excellent teaching quality delivered in the field of Business and Management.
Our MBA takes you beyond basic management principles and aims to develop creative and strategic leaders for the future.
The MBA research project provides an exciting opportunity for you to hone your project management and consultancy skills
Our MBA was first launched in 1989 and taught in a number of countries besides the UK, including Germany, South Africa and Hungary. The programme has been designed for people in employment; thus the taught element of the coursework can be completed in just over one year. This is then followed by the dissertation (Stage 3) of the programme.
Our MBA graduates have found exciting opportunities in a variety of areas, including IT, pharmaceuticals, risk management, marketing and finance; working for large organizations such as Marks & Spencer, British Airways and the National Health Services.
Exemption will be granted for CIM / SLIM completer
Duration - One year + dissertation
Semester 1 - 6 months
Semester 2 - 6 months
Dissertation - To be completed within 6 months
MBA Fee Structure
Be part of a UK university in Sri Lanka
Studying in Sri Lanka gives you the following advantages:
1. Tutorial support from Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing
2. Exemptions for your professional qualifications where appropriate
3. Shorter completion time for your MBA (coursework in one year)
4. Lower course fee than in UK.
5. E-Learning support