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MBAs boost salary by 50%

Published: 19th June 2007

MBAs boosts salary by 18% upon graduation and by more than 50% within 3-5 years, according to the Association of MBAs’ Career Survey.

"The accredited MBA is the premier educational pathway to executive leadership, with 59% of graduates in senior management or board positions within five years,” says Jeanette Purcell, AMBA chief executive.

The importance that employers place on the MBA to develop future leaders is apparent with 50% of graduates having all of their course fees paid and 17% having more than 40% paid.

So what are you waiting for?

Find out more about Masters in Business Administration courses at the MBA Fair at MMU on June 21 where you can discuss you plans with business education experts and meet representatives from leading business schools.

MMU Business School is one of the largest and its part-time and full-time MBAs stand out from the crowd, because they are AMBA accredited. Only a third of MBAs in the UK have achieved accreditation.

The MBA Fair will be held in MMU’s John Dalton Building on Oxford Road from 4-8pm on June 21.

Sessions include:

- A Guide to MBA Study

- Choosing a School

- Financing an MBA

For more information or to pre-register, please visit www.mbaworld.com

For more about MBAs at Manchester Metropolitan, please contact MBA programme director Dr Patricia Rees at MMU Business School, Aytoun Street, Piccadilly, Manchester on 0161 247 3976 p.l.rees@mmu.ac.uk