Oxford Brookes MBA


Key facts

Start dates

September 2023 / March 2024

Course length

Part time: 30 months depending on the learning style and modules that you choose throughout your programme.




Oxford Brookes Business School


The Oxford Brookes Global MBA is an accredited MBA for experienced managers and professionals, which develops your personal and professional expertise. You’ll apply what you learn throughout your MBA as you focus on your current role and performance and how to further develop your future career.

We offer a highly flexible part-time MBA and you can choose to study fully online, mostly on-campus in Oxford, or, most likely, through a blend of both.

Each online module includes live, synchronous collaborative activities. In addition there are opportunities to engage with the wider MBA Community through extra-curricular webinars and other events. On-campus teaching is delivered in intensive block-weeks in the dedicated MBA room on Headington campus.

From the start we’ll teach you how to critically analyse real-world cases and the fundamentals of virtual collaboration and teamwork. We’ll encourage you to assess your career up to this point with an honest self-audit. With our support we will help you think about what you expect to get out of the MBA, and what you are able to put in.

Specific entry requirements

Open to working professionals with a minimum of three-five years’ relevant managerial or professional experience in the private, public or charitable sector.

Additionally, applicants will have:

– a good degree (or GPA equivalent) or relevant postgraduate/post-experience qualification from a recognised institution, or a professional qualification from an approved and recognised body which is equivalent to a degree;

– alternatively, it is possible to enter the MBA programme without a degree on the basis of a minimum of seven years’ relevant managerial or professional experience.

– all applicants need two written references (normally one academic).

Please see our MBA fees, scholarships and dicsounts page.