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Our MBA programmes

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Full-time MBA (one year full-time)

We believe that your success as a manager and business leader depends not just on what you know, but on how you apply what you know and how you collaborate with others. It is for this reason that real-world learning and leadership development are at the heart of our MBA programme.

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Executive MBA (two year part-time)

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Our Executive MBA programme allows you to balance studying for an MBA with your family and work commitments. The programme is offered in a weekend format designed to suit your lifestyle and study preferences.

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The Cranfield MBA (Defence)

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Created specifically for the defence community, the two-year part-time MBA (defence) programme will not only help you build your knowledge, skills and understanding of management. It will also help you to build the confidence, emotional intelligence, decision-making and team-working qualities that will help you to become an inspirational leader.

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MSc in Management or MBA?

Do you need help deciding whether to study for an MBA or a Master’s in Management degree? Some of the key considerations include:

  • 1-3 years’ professional experience
  • 3-10 years’ professional experience
  • Entry-level / second-level roles / entrepreneurs
  • Career change / career acceleration / entrepreneurs
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Working in the UK

Currently the visa routes that are the most suitable for students that want to stay in the UK to work after their studies are:

  • Tier 1
  • Tier 2
  • Tier 5
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Visas and immigration

At Cranfield School of Management, we welcome students from all over the world. If you are thinking of studying here, here are a few things you need to know about visas and immigration:

  • Students from the European Economic Area
  • Students from outside the European Economic Area
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Bringing your family to the UK

Cranfield offers a friendly and safe environment for families. Your partner and children can benefit from living in a tight-knit community on a leafy green campus, while also having easy access to all the amenities of a city in nearby Milton Keynes.

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