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MBA Courses & Qualifications

MBA Course Start Dates & Timetables

At MMU, your MBA is a non-residential, part-time programme that can be completed alongside your existing work commitments.

Our main programme is run over a period of 30 months and typically includes 18 days of face-to-face teaching per year. This is delivered as six 3-day conferences featuring keynote lectures.

When will I start my MBA?

We have two intakes throughout the year, one in January and one in October. You can download PDF timetables for these programmes below:

In addition, we also have an accelerated programme that will allow you to complete your MBA in 18 months, instead of the usual 30.

This option is only available for those starting in October - we do not offer an Accelerated MBA programme in January.

MMU Timetable Jan


What’s in your timetable?

Every MBA student will see information about their core modules, such as where and when each seminar will be. The timetable also contains a series of activities, including residential weekends and an international study trip.

Don’t forget that your programme also contains some optional units, so your final timetable will depend on which of these you choose.

As your course start date nears, the timetable will updated to include details of:

  • Who will be speaking at each seminar
  • The assignment that will follow each class, along with a submission deadline
  • The date when feedback on your assignment will be given

You might find that some of these details are yet to be confirmed. These will be updated as soon as speakers, venues and assignments are finalised.

Please note that while every effort is made to adhere to the information provided in these timetables, some may be subject to change.

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