Low Cost MBA in the UK

Cheapest MBA courses in the UK

A Master of Business Administration is among the most sought-after degrees for business professionals. The MBA is an internationally recognised degree valued for enhancing your capabilities and developing the flair necessary for managing and motivating people. Although, studying an MBA can be an expensive process.

There are a wide variety of small and private colleges, especially around London, which offer low-cost MBA programmes to international and Indian students. Many of these colleges have university-affiliated MBA degree programmes and offer a cheaper alternative for international students, with tuition fees starting at around £7,000.

- How much does an MBA cost?

One-year MBA degrees can cost £10,000 - £15,000 on average, with MBA programmes at top schools such as Oxford and Cambridge potentially costing up to £45,000. There are however a number of business schools and universities in the UK offering low cost MBA degrees without compromising on the quality of education.

Benefits of a Cheap UK MBA

Low Cost MBA Information and Entry Requirements

Studying a Low Cost MBA in the UK

Do you want to study a low cost MBA programme in the UK? Learn more below about a selection of schools which offer cheap MBA and apply with SI-UK India today. Arrange your free consultation with SI-UK India to get started.

UK Universities Offering Low Cost MBA

University Duration International Fees  
12 months £25,380
15 months £14,500
12 months £13,950
12 months £13,000
12/15 months £16,500
15 months £15,720
12 months £30,000
12 months £29,300
12 months £15,300
12 months £13,000
12/18 months £15,000
12 months £27,000
12/24 months £21,000
12 months £16,380
12 months £15,000
12 months £14,215
12 months £14,100

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