Careers

Take your career to the next level with a prestigious University of London degree.

The Global MBA allows you to consolidate your experience with a world-class qualification while building upon it at the same time.

Our flexible programme allows you to combine work and study, so you don’t need to make career sacrifices or take extended time away from the workplace.

Instead, you can continue to climb the career ladder, using our professional associations to access training, build powerful connections, and boost your standing in the field.

Advance your current role

You’ll bring new learning and skills to the workplace from the moment you start the MBA.

The Strategic Project you take as part of the course can even involve your current organisation as a form of consultancy.

This gives you excellent grounds to seek sponsorship for the Global MBA and to seek promotion opportunities once you’ve graduated.

Find out more about sponsorship.

Seek new opportunities

If you’re looking to broaden your horizons, we’ll help you take the next step.

Gain access to industry relevant workshops, training, professional development resources, and the opportunity to establish new contacts and strengthen professional networks.

You’ll have the opportunity to earn Chartered Management status using your Global MBA work, granting you the most prestigious status available in the management profession.

Benefits from professional bodies.

Expanded online careers support

As a Global MBA student, you’ll have access to specifically designed career skills development modules from The Careers Group, University of London.

If you aspire towards executive and senior managerial roles, these modules will help you apply the management knowledge from the MBA (including strategic thinking, decision-making and leadership skills) to your own executive career project.

“We have developed this new Global MBA as a response to what our students and their employers have said they require to compete in the workplace.”
 

Professor Sir Adrian Smith FRS
Vice-Chancellor, University of London.