A University of London qualification at outstanding value.

With the University of London’s strong position for graduate employment, our Global MBA represents a terrific investment for students and employers.

Fee Details

Full course fee Band A Band B
MBA £8,730 £13,230

Your full course fee includes all module and continuation fees for the duration of your study, as well as online tutor support.

The benefits of paying in full at the beginning of your programme are that you receive a discount and avoid any annual fee revisions.

Pay-as-you go Band A Band B
Web supported fee 2017 Institution supported fee 2017 Web supported fee 2017 Institution supported fee 2017
15-credit module £768 £543 £1,163 £836
Strategic Project £1,500 £1,050 £2,290 £1,603
Module continuation £450 £450 £450 £450

With pay-as-you-go, you pay the fees for each module as you register for them.

If you prefer, you can select tutor support for a module at a local Teaching Institution (where available). You would then pay a smaller module fee to us (the ‘institution supported fee’ above) and an additional tuition fee directly to the institution.

Additional costs

  • You should also budget for exam centre fees, which must be paid directly to the venues where you sit your exams.
  • If you enter the MBA via Route 2, you will need to complete the online preparation course, International Business Essentials.

Postgraduate Loans (England Only)

In 2016, the UK government will make available loans of up to £10,000 for students who wish to begin their first Master’s level programme during the 2017 academic year.

The University of London Global MBA is eligible for this award. See more details.


We are offering two scholarships for the July 2017 intake of the Global MBA for applicants who are permanent residents of India. The awards are valued at the full course fee for this region (£8,730).

Find out more and apply.

Employer Sponsorship

If you’re employed and wishing to apply for our MBA, your employer may be willing to help with the cost.

Our online-learning programmes are ideal for employers because they get to retain you as an employee and benefit from the additional skills you bring as a result of your studies.

But it’s important nevertheless that you make a compelling case for the expense and any additional flexibility you may need to complete the programme.

Our guide to approaching your employer should help you make a strong impression.

More about the University of London and your programme leaders.