The University of Bradford's Distance Learning MBA has leaped into the world's top 10, as ranked by the Financial Times.


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The Distance Learning MBA, offered by our partners the University of Bradford, has secured a top 10 place in the Financial Times’ online MBA world rankings.

The MBA, which is part-time and takes two years to complete, climbed four places to 10th overall in the world, as well as maintaining its title as ‘best value for money’ worldwide and ranking as 3rd in the UK overall.

Professor Zahir Irani, Dean of the Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences said: “It is great news that once again our Distance Learning MBA ranks so highly and now features in the top 10. Ensuring our alumni are successful in their careers after graduation is imperative for us, and we ensure our MBA provides the opportunity for students from across the world to study modern business issues.”

Bradford’s School of Management is also one of a small number to hold the prestigious triple accreditation – otherwise known as the ‘Triple Crown’ - from EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB.

Why do Arden promote the Bradford MBA?

As distance learning experts, we help students enrol on to the Bradford Distance Learning MBA, supporting applicants through their application process. Once enrolled, applicants become students of the University of Bradford and receive their certificate from them when they graduate.

If you’re interested in finding out more about studying the Bradford MBA online, you can sign up to join an upcoming MBA online event. The next intakes begins in April 2019.

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