‘Real life’ MBA for Manchester

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Manchester Business School Worldwide is launching what it describes as a “real life” MBA programme.

The Manchester Global MBA will feature a part-time flexible course format that focuses on the collaborative and technological as well as having an international outlook. The programme’s designers say that the format reflects the corporate workplace of today.

Nick Collett, academic director of the global MBA says today’s workplace comprises group work, face-to-face meetings and individual research – key elements of the new MBA programme.

The course begins in September and applicants should have six years of relevant business managerial experience.

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