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Friday 19 September 2014

How the Open University changed my life... Students talk

Published 18/01/2013 | 17:50

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It’s the balance of quality teaching, convenient delivery and practical application that makes the Open University MBA so special.

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The Open University MBA will give you the skills and experience you need to take your career to the next level.

Both you and your organisation will benefit from your MBA study straight away, through the unique study method of practice-based, action learning.

96% of The Open University MBA graduates would highly recommend it.

Students like this approach – they’ve rated The Open University among the top three UK universities for student satisfaction since the UK National Student Survey began in 2005. In 2012, The Open University was voted No. 1 UK University for student satisfaction in this survey.

We hear from three students whose professional lives were transformed by The Open University MBA.

FACT:

“Everything is linked to your working life”

“The MBA programme from The Open University Business School provides you with techniques and models that you can use in real life – it’s not just theory. You learn so much and everything is linked to your working life, so it enabled me to help my organisation move forward. We implemented great programmes that were all based on my input.

Heike Funk, MBA graduate

“Flexible delivery”

“I chose to undertake my masters through The Open University Business School because of the flexibility of delivery, the international scope of its student-base and my previous experience of working with The Open University.”

Moses Warburton, MBA graduate

“Fresh point of view”

“The MBA is life changing as it enlightens you to take a holistic view of both professional and personal events. I was amazed how I am now able to see all types of situations with a fresh point of view.”

Joe Synnott, MBA graduate



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