How will Brexit affect the popularity of UK MBA programs?
Currently MBA students from the EU pay the same tuition fee as UK MBA students. This is often called the home or local student tuition fee. In some cases this amounts to half the tuition fee that international students pay. International or so called overseas students are considered to be non UK and non European Union.
Prospective students from the European Union who live already in the UK may find that they could still qualify for the lower tuition fee after Brexit. However students who apply from abroad may be discouraged from applying to UK universities, as they face uncertainty about the tuition fee as well as visa regulation that may come into effect after Brexit. At the time of writing the status of any EU national after Brexit is not certain.
Studying for an MBA in the UK after Brexit
BREXIT may have some impact on the financial sector and other industry sectors and this could be relevant for a career in international law.
MBA in USA or UK
Major Companies in Continental Europe often hire candidates with an MBA degree from an English speaking study location. With the uncertainty about tuition fees and visa status prospective students from the EU may look more to the US MBA programs instead.