Part-time Executive MBA
Part-time Fast Facts
Key entry criteria
- Minimum three years' relevant postgraduate work experience
- Minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree
- Check here if you need GMAT (600 + required)
English Language Criteria for International students
- IELTS (academic): 7.0 (at least 6.5 in every band) or
- PTE Academic (Pearson): 69 in all categories
- 24 April 2017
Closing Date for Applications
- 31 March 2017
Timeline to complete
- 24 months up to a maximum of five years
The Executive Bath MBA is a flexible, part-time programme that offers the same content as the Full-time Bath MBA and is mostly taught in 5-day blocks. Our Executive programme can be fast-tracked into two years of study or completed in up to a maximum of five years.
We can provide you with some suggested routes for completing in 2, 2.5 or 3 years.
How often will I come to campus?
As a part time student, you will spend a total of 16 weeks on campus for taught modules. Most modules (both core and options) are taught in 5-day blocks, though some are a little shorter and the nature of what is delivered in any given week may vary. Modules are worth between 3 and 9 credits and you will complete 108 credits in order to finish your MBA.
|Contact time (weeks)||Credits|
|Managing operational processes||1||6|
|Understanding financial principles||1||6|
|Perspectives on leadership and professional development||1||6|
|Strategic human resource management||0.5||3|
|Analysis for decision-making||0.5||3|
|Options||Choose from a selection||5.5||33|
|Multi-project suite||Entrepreneurship in action project||1||6|
|Change in action project||1||6|
|Final group project||0.25||6|
Larry Banda, Nationwide
You will be expected to undertake preparatory work prior to modules and will be assessed through a combination of different methods such as business reports, presentations, in-class tests, exams, films and posters.
Is it for me?
We look for highly motivated people with at least three years’ relevant experience at management level. As well as experience of business, you need to have the confidence to offer and question ideas and present business models, and the ability to develop clear and reasoned arguments.
2015 class profile
Data taken from graduating MBA class of 2015
Please note this page provides an overview of our EMBA 2017 entry programme and could be subject to change.