A truly international online MBA
Preparing you for the challenges of a disruptive business world
With the University of Liverpool’s online MBA programme, you can gain new global insights and a new perspective in a fully online classroom that’s built on interaction with business professionals around the world. As one of the UK’s most international MBA programmes1, you can expect to interact with highly-experienced business professionals and managers offering you access to an enviable global network. This type of interaction provides you with exposure to varying cultural perspectives and business views, equipping you with a real-world toolkit for approaching business challenges.
The Liverpool Online MBA programme consists of five core modules, a choice of three elective modules1 and culminates in a dissertation or consultancy project.
The first module takes 12 weeks. Each subsequent module lasts 8 weeks and the dissertation or consultancy project lasts 9 months.
The five core modules are the foundation of your Liverpool Online MBA programme. The core modules are:
- research-led and informed by industry and practice
- interdisciplinary, linking strategy and operations
- designed to develop you as a leader, equipped for our 21st century digital world, in any region, industry or function.
We know that studying online could help shape your life and career. It’s an opportunity we want more people to enjoy.
So, what’s stopping you?
Limited tuition grants available for the 22 November start date. Apply now to meet the application deadline.
Our online Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme is aimed at professionals looking to further their careers in business and gain knowledge they can apply immediately in their work.
Both educational qualifications and work experience are taken into consideration when you apply to the University. But we do expect applicants to have a minimum of three years’ relevant work experience with a practical background/knowledge of business.
In general, you will be expected to have a bachelors degree from an accredited college or university or a degree from a recognised institution comparable and/or equivalent to a British honours degree, as well as relevant working experience at a management level.
Applicants who do not directly meet the educational requirements will be evaluated on an individual basis, taking into account vocational and professional qualifications, and working experience.
If you’ve studied on a master’s degree level within the last three years, and have not used your credit to obtain an award, you might qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Find out more
You must prove that you meet the minimum English language proficiency requirements for this programme by providing results of an IELTS/TEEP or TOEFL exam taken in the last five years unless:
- You are a citizen of an English-speaking country (as defined by the UK government)*
- You have completed a UK-equivalent bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral programme conducted entirely in English and were awarded a degree (you must show evidence of this degree)
Published work in English cannot be used as evidence of English language proficiency.