Master of Business Administration (MBA)

About the programme

MBA programme prepares managers for the changing demands of the global market and the increasing challenges of contemporary business. The programme offers you practical insight into the key issues facing organisations today, and has been restructured from the ground up to incorporate and investigates key methodologies relevant to the real world. We'll encourage you to think about business in a responsible way, creating sustainable value for business and society at large, and contributing to a healthy economy.

Our MBA will help you towards better prospects, salaries, and ultimately, further fulfillment in business. It is rooted in the real world of business and has been carefully designed to give you a practical insight into the key issues facing organisations today in all parts of the world. The course can have a profound impact on your career, helping you exceed your potential, and preparing you for the challenges ahead. Our well-established international links help transform Bristol MBA students into effective business leaders with a global outlook.


Entry Requirement:

  • an honours degree (minimum 2.2) from a recognised Higher Education institution or equivalent from a recognised overseas institution,

  • three years' work experience relevant to the MBA course content.

    If you do not have a first degree, certain professional qualifications combined with managerial experience may be sufficient.

Course Fee:

  • Course work semester - 2 Semester

          MVR 7,500 per installment (4 Installments) / per semester

  • Thesis Semester - 1 semester

          MVR 7,000 per installment (3 Installments)

Duration: 1 Year (3 semesters)

MNQF Level: Level 9

Certificate Awarding Body: University of the West of England




  • Customer and International Market Analysis

  • Strategy and Implementation

  • Managing People in a Global Context

  • Leadership, Complexity and Change

  • Financial Decision Making

  • Systems, Structures and Operations

  • Integrated Management Research and Professional Development

  • Any two electives from the following (each module is 15 credits):

    •  Global Financial Strategy

    • Risk and Sustainability in Global Operations

    • Project Management in a Complex World

    • Creativity and Innovation

    • Management Consultancy

    • Coaching and Mentoring

    • Globalisation and the Law

    • Digital Business Information Systems

    • Emerging Markets: The New World Order

  • Consultancy Dissertation OR
    Executive Dissertation




Admission Open