Executive MBA

Our Executive MBA programme is designed to help you gain knowledge and enhance your professional performance to fully realise your career potential.

The challenging programme will provide you with the insight and the confidence to take a leading role within your organisation (current or future) and enable you to have a strategic influence and effect real change.

We've created a programme that is designed to fit around your work and home commitments with teaching delivered in three day blocks across 28 months.

Equally, we are careful to class sizes small enough to ensure that you benefit from the time and attention of programme leaders but large enough to provide a dynamic and diverse cohort for you to learn with, and from. They will also become the foundation of a rich extended network of business links.

Further information

Executive MBA (MBA) (part-time)

The Executive MBA has been designed to meet the needs of experienced middle managers looking for ways to develop their understanding and knowledge of business.

"Cardiff University, and the Business School, has a great reputation for its executive programmes and it was suggested that the executive MBA could be a suitable programme for my personal development. I would definitely recommend the Executive MBA to others. It really challenges what you think you know and provides you with a great steer on new and evolving ideas that you can take away and use in day to day business activities."

Sarah John, Executive MBA, 2015

Scholarships

We offer two scholarships for Executive MBA students.

The Cardiff Business School Scholarship and Professor Richard Whipp Scholarship both take the form of a £4,000 reduction in fee for the Executive MBA programme.

The Professor Richard Whipp Scholarship is awarded in memory of Professor Richard Whipp, a former Cardiff Business School academic and Cardiff University Pro Vice-Chancellor, and is awarded to a student who is a manager in the public sector.

The Cardiff Business School Scholarship is awarded to a student who is a manager within the private sector.

Eligibility

You must be self-funded or partially funded by your employer, have received an unconditional offer and accepted your place by 31 August prior to programme commencement.

For more information please contact:

Postgraduate Admissions Office