Paying for your MBA course is naturally a key consideration. Here, we explain how much you’ll need to pay, what you get for your money and the many different sources of funding you can use.
Our course fees are currently set at £17,800. This includes:
Your tuition fees.
Six one hour sessions with an allocated Executive Business Coach.
Hotel and meals for your two Leadership & Personal Development residential weekends.
Hotel, flights and meals for your international study tour.
Ongoing support from a dedicated Careers Advisor and Postgraduate Academic Study Officer.
Lunch and refreshments throughout the taught programme.
Eligibility for an NUS Extra Card – this provides you with a range of discounts at stores that can really add value to your business.
Academic & Professional Advantages
Studying for an MBA is all about opening doors that can help further your career. By investing in an MBA with Manchester Met, you will:
Receive a Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). This is awarded upon completion of your studies and is in addition to your MBA award.
Gain student membership of the CMI and Association of MBAs (AMBA).
The Business School funds a number of MBA scholarships for UK, EU and international students. These scholarships take the form of a reduction in your tuition fees. Please check the full terms and conditions of your chosen scholarship before applying.
Our scholarships include:
Corporate MBA Scholarship
15% reduction of your tuition fees
Given to students whose organisation encourages the development of two or more employees through the MBA programme at MMU
If you are a graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University you will be eligible for a 20% MMU Alumni discount.
The Government have launched a new postgraduate loan scheme for students wishing to enrol on a masters programme. Students can apply for a non-means tested loan of up to £10,000 to help you fund your studies. You will not need to make any repayments during your studies, and these repayments will be based on your income to ensure they stay manageable.