How much will the MBA cost?
The tuition fees for the MBA distance learning programme is £ 11,500 in total.
No further costs are added to this fee.
I am an international student. Have I got any funding options?
There are many ways to fund the MBA programme, ranging from educational and career development loans to scholarships and corporate sponsorship. Many part-time MBA students are sponsored by their companies, whilst others decide to self-finance the course as they prefer to keep their future options open and have the option of paying in instalments. However, the most popular financing method is securing an education or career loan which is available from grant-awarding organisations or commercial banks.
If your company is sponsoring you for the course fees, confirmation from the employer to this effect is required with your application. Similarly, if you are self-financing your study, evidence of your ability to pay the fees will be required
It is strongly advised that potential applicants research all available financing options in advance of submitting their application as many funding sources have strict deadlines for seeking funding. Countries often have their own grant or scholarship awarding bodies which may either be government, commercial or charitable in nature.
Scholarships for international students
Please check the hompage of Ministry of Education in your home country to see what funding may be available from your own government.
International students can also apply for the British Government's Chevening Scholarships, and a variety of private agencies and charities for scholarships, bursaries and grants to study in the UK. For more information, visit the British Council website or the UK Council for International Student Affairs website.
Also available are Professional and Career Development loans – up to £10,000.
For UK students only: Postgraduate Loan (PGL) for Master's Study. The university has the following scholarships available: Postgraduate scholarships > International Bursaries and Merit Awards.