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Master in Business Administration (MBA)


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Lots of people go on to a Master’s programme because they consider themselves natural leaders. They often think, “I want to come up with ways to manage businesses more intelligently and efficiently”. Students who have this attitude often go on to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration (M.B.A.). An M.B.A. is specially designed for people who are interested in gaining management skills within a business environment.

This means learning to be adaptive to changing economic and business demands, while also undertaking broad, executive decisions for generating business revenue. Big companies appreciate someone with great communication, problem-solving, and leadership skills.

Studying for an M.B.A. is extremely popular these days; and students begin this kind of degree if they want to get a high-paying, promising career in the business sector. Lots of well-experienced students, who have already worked in business, sometimes get an E.M.B.A. (Executive M.B.A.). Business administration degrees are also suited for students who have already worked in a business-related or management field for 5-10 years, and are interested in taking their knowledge up a notch.

When you enroll in an M.B.A. programme, you can also specialise in managing different fields, such as: international business, human resources, healthcare, finance, marketing, technology, and more.

Having an M.B.A. is highly valuable in the job market these days, and you can expect promising careers in: finance, public administration, accounting, consulting, retail management, international marketing, policy advising

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The four-day MiniMBA programme offered by the London School of Business and Finance is an intensive executive development programme giving you advanced strategic skills to become head of department or a company’s director. 

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