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Saïd Business School
The MBA programme at Oxford comprises an intensive series of stimulating lectures, energetic seminars, intensive small group work, and team project work, which can take students anywhere in the world. A key aim of the programme is to develop your ability to think logically, laterally and independently.
Six core courses – core modules in subjects ranging from accountancy to strategy, and from managerial economics to organisational analysis.
Two core courses and choice of electives, and an entrepreneurship project.
Choice of electives.
Choice of strategic consultancy project, individual thesis or two further summer elective courses.
There is also a strong practical emphasis embedded within the course through project work. Students undertake an entrepreneurship project at the start of the second term and can choose to work upon a strategic consulting project in the summer.
Number of places
Fees and funding 2012–13
- UK student fees £37,750 (plus college fee of £3,200)
- EU student fees £37,750 (plus college fee of £3,200)
- International student fee £37,750 (plus college fee of £3,200)
- Please visit the website to read about the Saïd Business School scholarships and University of Oxford scholarships.
Part-time EMBA programme
The EMBA programme is delivered in 17 one-week modules over a total study period of 21 months starting in January each year and concluding in September of the following year. Each module commences on a Sunday evening and runs through until Saturday. The Executive MBA is made up of:
- Nine core courses that develop a comprehensive understanding of modern business.
- Eight elective courses that develop individual skills and specialisations.
- An entrepreneurship project that puts new learning to work.
- An overseas module that broadens participants’ perspectives.
Throughout the programme, all participants have full access to the Saïd Business School intranet, which enables remote users to retrieve valuable material for core course and project work, and to access the library's electronic resources including course reading lists and a collection of databases.
Participants are required to attend 17 modules, one of which takes place overseas.
2 years (21 months)
Number of places
Fees and funding for entry January 2013
- UK student fees £52,000
- EU student fees £52,000
- International student fees £52,000
- No scholarships available.
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