Why Choose the Brunel MBA?
The Brunel MBA is focussed on developing your management and leadership capabilities and skills. At Brunel, our aim is to offer you an integrated business administration MBA programme that is fulfilling and is professionally and practically-oriented, relevant to the needs of business.
Brunel Business School has won the Times Higher Education Awards for the “Business School of the Year”
Thoroughly up to date and relevant course content
The curriculum for each of our MBA programmes will give you a secure grounding in the expertise you need to be a better manager; it will broaden your understanding of all the main areas of business, from finance to corporate strategy, from harnessing information technology to marketing.
Underpinned by applied business research and links with industry
The content of our programmes is underpinned by the School's applied business research, our links to industry and the input of an industry advisory board. You will be taught by a team of highly qualified, highly experienced, research active members of our academic staff. Our mode of delivery involves a mix of formal lectures, group work, student presentations, role plays, management games and case studies. Furthermore the range of nationalities amongst our staff and the students we attract gives a real international flavour to the programmes.
Developing your 'soft' skills
We also place a great deal of emphasis on developing what are often referred to as your 'soft' skills, our masterclasses will help you, for example, to become a better negotiator, manage projects more efficiently, resolve conflict at work more effectively and present your ideas with greater credibility. Research indicates that these are the sorts of skills that recruiting organisations look for in a senior manager.
Your career is important to us
Almost certainly, you will be doing an MBA because you have a career aspiration that you are seeking to fulfil. Our Career Development Programme will help clarify your career objectives and provide guidance as to how to get there.
An MBA is the pre-eminent post experience business qualification and the Brunel MBA is Brunel University London's flagship business management master's degree programme – we believe choosing the Brunel MBA will be the best business decision you will make.
MBA Students have exclusive access to individual career management sessions with Helen Slingsby who has extensive coaching experience. Helen gives students advice on all aspects of job hunting, including reassessment of their true strength and weaknesses, and career management. This aspect of the MBA programme is invaluable to students who having worked in managerial roles for a number of years may now wish to assess their experience to date and progress their careers into the future.
Free Foreign Languages Courses for MBA Students
All MBA students at Brunel Business School can attend one of the many foreign language courses on offer. Best of all – they are completely FREE!
Foreign language skills can make you more employable, they give you more opportunities in the global market place, and knowing the local language can make your more confident when travelling to other parts of the world. Language classes help students develop key linguistics skills and are taught by qualified native speakers who offer a fun and stimulating learning environment.
Courses are available in:
• Mandarin (Chinese)
Classes at Brunel are run by the Brunel Language Centre. To find our more please visit: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/international/brunellanguagecentre /foreign-languages
And there are other great reasons for choosing Brunel
- The programme has been accredited by AMBA as a mark of quality for over 9 years
- The programme attracts students from a particularly diverse range of backgrounds, by industry sector, job title, age and nationality
- Our tuition fees are very competitive for an AMBA-accredited programme in the London region
- Students enjoy a dedicated suite of state of the art facilities within the flagship Eastern Gateway Building
- Our campus on the outskirts of London is easily accessible by road via the M4, M40 and M25 motorways, by tube to Uxbridge (Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines) by rail to West Drayton and by air to Heathrow (10 minutes by taxi).