The UCL MBA is different because of the emphasis we place on people and perspectives.
During powerful classroom discussions, you’ll not only share your own experiences in business but also learn from those of your peers – all contributing to a truly holistic learning environment.
Deciding to earn your MBA from UCL is a major investment in your future – and we believe you get what you pay for.
Simply put: Your studies will benefit your work – and your work will benefit your studies.
Designed for working professionals like you, our flexible online model – which includes live, classroom-based online modules and self-paced assignments – doesn’t require you to relocate, sacrifice income or lose momentum in your current role, so you can disrupt business without interrupting your career.
Tuition fees for the programme are charged based on the number of modules taken each term. The UCL MBA students will complete 12 taught 15-credit modules and a final 30-credit capstone project as part of the programme.
Total fees for students starting in the 2021/22 academic year are £42,500 for the entirety of the programme, or £3,035 per 15-credit module and £6,070 for the final 30-credit capstone project.
Admitted students will be required to submit a £1,000 tuition fee deposit to reserve their place in the programme.
Please note, the fees quoted here do not include costs related to books or immersion expenses.
While many MBA programmes require a single, large payment up front, the UCL MBA offers pay-as-you-go tuition fees that allow you to pay your fees when you register for a specific module.
If your organisation is interested in sponsoring, reimbursing or subsidising your tuition fees, your admissions advisor will work with you to ensure the process is handled seamlessly.
Scholarships and funding
We offer a range of awards, scholarships and funding options to help you finance your studies:
Merit-based scholarships may be awarded to offer-holders who add a unique contribution to their cohort.
Self-funding applicant scholarships are offered with the submission of a written statement describing the long-term impact of the degree programme on the applicant’s future career and the impact of the scholarship on their ability to work towards this goal. In the statement, the applicant will include how they plan to pay for the remainder of the programme.
UCL alumni scholarships are awarded to members of the UCL global alumni community.
We encourage you to work with your admissions advisor to determine what opportunities are available to you.
Return on investment
Tuition fees are just one of several variables you should consider when you estimate the overall ROI of your postgraduate programme. In addition to allowing you to continue working, progressing and earning a salary, when you study your MBA from UCL, you’ll also benefit from:
Skills employers value. According to a 2019 Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) survey, 96% of Fortune Global 100 recruiters agree: MBA graduates are prepared for success at their companies.1 Enrolling in an MBA can be a signal to employers that you’re proactive about growing your leadership capabilities.
An outstanding reputation. UCL, named the 10th best university in the world by QS World University Rankings, is recognised and respected by top employers in the UK and around the globe.2
A global network. Your fellow students are experienced professionals, your academics are working on the front lines of their industries and your UCL alumni network includes more than 300,000 graduates in more than 190 countries.
Propel your career forward
We’re here to support you on this journey. If you are interested in learning more about scholarships and funding, reach out to an admissions advisor, who can help you navigate the process.
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