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MBA Online Events

MBA online event Our online information events are a great way to find out more about our MBA programmes and talk to our team via a live 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.

Why attend?

  • Find out why our MBA is consistently ranked No.1 in the North of England
  • Hear about our flexible MBA study options to suit your requirements
  • Ask about admissions, careers, fees, scholarships and funding
  • Chat and put your questions to our MBA teaching and support staff
  • Interact with other delegates interested in the Bradford MBA

Our online sessions last approximately one hour. All you need is a computer / tablet / smartphone (iOS or Android) with Internet access to participate. Once registered, we will send you an email which includes a link to this virtual MBA Open Day. You must test the link and you will be prompted to download Java on to your computer, or the Collaborate app to your mobile device, if you do not already have this.

Please be aware that some of our events are specific to an MBA programme (Distance Learning MBA, Full-time MBA or Part-time MBA etc) and others provide a more general introduction to all MBA study options. Please check the listings for the most suitable event.

There are no scheduled events.
Details of any future events will appear here.

To register for an online event, please complete this form: (* Required)

This information will only be processed in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 and any other relevant legislation.

This data may be used to provide you with further information about relevant School services. This data will not be passed on to any third party without your consent.


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