Part time MBA

Part time MBA

University of Westminster

Westminster Business School

Key Facts: Part time MBA

Program level
Part time
Course language
Program major
Business and Management
Business Administration
General management
Academic degree
Degree level
master degree
Degree awarded
Dual degree
Duration in years
Study location
United Kingdom
Part time MBA

You understand that the world is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.

You have at least three years of professional or managerial experience where you have held a position of responsibility and can share your experience with others.

You are aiming high and are prepared for a challenge – that’s why you’re reading this.

The Director’s MBA – work with, for, and on boards

Born of Westminster Business School’s 30 years’ experience of delivering MBA programmes, the new Westminster MBA is designed to support your aspirations.

It prepares you to work with, for and on boards, as a professional and versatile director.

It prepares you to lead, to innovate, and collaborate.

You will experience

  • being a strategist, steward and a change agent
  • advocating for people, ideas and technologies
  • being an entrepreneur and a mentor.
By the time you graduate, you will understand your board-level strengths and know how and where you wish to apply them.

Course content

The Westminster MBA builds on your existing professional experience, skills and capabilities using self-directed and experiential learning. The programme incorporates action learning, and runs within our Directors’ Community: a physical board room and a virtual space where you interact with faculty, peers, real organisations and MBA alumni.

You will design your own learning journey using the learning and teaching formats offered by the MBA team in a way that best suits your learning style, your strengths, and your career needs.

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School / Faculty / Department
Westminster Business School

University / Institution
University of Westminster