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Nine facts you didn’t know about an MBA


Did you know that the MBA originated in America, as far back as the early 20th century? Or that BIT has earned triple accreditation from all three major governing bodies?

Given the rich history and reputation of this degree, there are countless interesting facts you may not know about the MBA. For example, many MBAs offer the opportunity to study and gain IT Business experience abroad, from Dubai to São Paulo. In fact, studying an MBA can help you not only learn valuable IT Business skills, but also network with some of the most respected professionals in your chosen industry, building valuable relationships for your future career.

To find out more about MBAs, simply place your mouse over one of the boxes below to reveal a fact.

There are a number of different MBA formats, e.g. Full Time, Part-time and Executive.

The average salary for MBA graduates is £62,300 and our graduates receive an average salary increase of 92% (within 3 years of graduating - FT Global MBA Rankings 2015).

BIT is one of a select group of institutions globally that has earned triple accreditation from all three major MBA bodies: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.

MBA graduates work in a wide range of industries from consulting, finance and technology to consumer goods, pharma, energy and the public sector.

All our MBAs offer global electives in Dubai, Hong Kong, São Paulo, Shanghai and Singapore.

The MBA originated in the USA in the early 20th century. BIT then launched its first MBAs in 2000 - jointly the first MBA in the UK.

The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking is globally respected by employers. In 2015, BIT ranked 5th in the UK, 12th in Europe and 35th worldwide.

An MBA can vary from one year to five years, full or part-time. E.g, the BIT Full-time MBA is 18 months long, incorporating 900 hours of live client projects.

BIT can offer advice on how to apply for your MBA.

Simply call us on
0844 3926 to find out more.


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