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Have MBA... will travel. How an OU MBA will open doors for you worldwide

Published 18/01/2013 | 17:48

Businessman using a cell phone and laptop, businessman with luggage in background
Businessman using a cell phone and laptop, businessman with luggage in background

Where can an Open University MBA take you? All over the world, is the answer.

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The Open University Business School is in an exclusive group of the top 1% of business schools with triple accreditation.

It is accredited internationally by the European Foundation for Management Development, through its EQUIS programme; by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB); and the MBA is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).

The Open University has created a truly global business school enriched by a worldwide network of partnerships. It has global credibility and local relevance.

Business people today are part of a global community and a global economy. In a smaller world, today’s successful businesses need a new kind of knowledge of local and global management principles; new rules and regulations; cultural differences; and communications theories.

The Open University approach to business, and business teaching, is a perfect match for this global context.

We believe that being a global business school is not about bringing students in; it is about extending learning outwards.

With more than 55% of Open University Business School students studying outside the UK, and with alumni in more than 92 countries, The Open University Business School offers a truly global experience.

If travel is part of your job or your life, you can undertake your studies throughout the Republic of Ireland, UK, Continental Europe and other locations worldwide, and can change location without disrupting your study. Support is provided through local study centres in the Republic of Ireland, a network of UK centres and a variety of international partnerships.

To find out more and download a prospectus about The Open University in Ireland click here

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