I would recommend Bradford, and specifically this course, to absolutely anyone who is considering broadening their professional development. You won't regret the investment you make in your education, and Bradford truly justifies its elite and top-ranking position.
Learning and assessment
Teaching for the core is available as block teaching over Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 9:00 – 17:00. The teaching blocks are spaced a minimum of five weeks apart, going up to nine weeks in some instances. This is to accommodate public holidays.
The majority of modules are available online. This means that if you are unable to make a weekend, you can study the module online instead, thus providing you with greater flexibility.
Assessment is mainly by a 4,000 word assignment for the core, and a 2,000 word assignment for the electives. The Management Project is 15,000 words. Additionally there are formative assignments and Multiple-Choice Questionnaires that help develop your confidence and familiarity with the subject matter, without contributing a mark towards your final mark
Find out more
Our MBA Online Events are a great way to find out more about our MBA programmes, and talk to our team via a live web link from your computer, tablet or smartphone (iOS or Android).
These sessions are ideal if you live or work overseas or if you're based in the UK but don't have the time to visit us on campus.
Register for an online event
Details of our next events will be published soon.
You can choose to study the Financial Risk Management in European Banking module at the Toulouse Business School, France. The module is taught intensively over one week from Monday to Friday, with an exam on the Saturday.
A number of the modules can be taken in Bradford at our School of Management.
All the material is available online. This includes a study book, lecture slides, audio and video.
In addition to the face-to-face teaching, four online tutorials are available after the weekend module. These will normally be led by the lecturer who conducted the module.
Additionally, we have an Effective Learning Service that will assist you in areas such as critical thinking and referencing.
More information can be found on our Support for students at the Dubai Regional Hub page.
The programme curriculum is based on research of current managerial and business issues, and is centred around our four main research areas:
- Accounting, finance and economics
- People, organisation and entrepreneurship
- Logistics, supply chain and technology
- International business, marketing and branding