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Saïd Business School, Oxford University

Region: Europe

Country: United Kingdom

City: Oxford

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Saïd Business School, Oxford University

Saïd Business School is embedded within the University of Oxford – one of the most reputable universities on the globe – but it has carved out a world-class reputation of its own. It’s ranked as one of the best business schools in the world, with a long list of famous alumni, pioneering research output, and renowned teaching methods. Simply put, Saïd Business School is a name that employers notice.

There are three MBA programs available at Saïd Business School: a part-time Executive MBA, a full-time MBA, and a dual program called the 1+1 MBA. Aimed at more experienced professionals who want to study without leaving their current job, the Oxford Executive MBA takes in 15-17 week-long modules over the course of 22-24 months. The full-time Oxford MBA teaches students the core business principles, but also a deepened understanding of the role of business in society. Both programs focus on developing global, strategic leaders who can make a difference in their chosen field.

The Oxford 1+1 MBA is a unique program that allows students to combine their MBA with another master’s degree of their choice from the University of Oxford. The first year of the course is spent doing a master’s degree before students join the MBA cohort in the second year. It’s a great opportunity for students to broaden their knowledge in another field outside of business. 

Whichever MBA you choose to study at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, it will be recognized all over the world. And it’s that kind of recognition that makes it one of the top global business schools.

 


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What is Harvard Business School's class profile?

938 MBA Class of 2021 Enrollment
43% Women
37% International (from 69 countries)
27% U.S. Ethnic Minorities
127 Domestic Universities and 155 International Universities
4.7 Averages Years Work Experience
3.70 Average GPA

How big is Harvard Business School's alumni network?

86,000 alumni worldwide

What is the HBS Case Method?

Pioneered by HBS faculty and one of the highlights of the HBS experience, the case method presents big challenges confronting organizations – including the constraints and incomplete information found in all real world situations –and places you in the role of decision maker. No simple solutions exist – yet through the process of exchanging diverse perspectives, countering and defending ideas, and building on each other’s thoughts, you become adept at analyzing issues, exercising judgment, and making difficult decisions. We believe the case method is the best way to prepare students for the challenges of leadership.

How diverse is Harvard's student body?

A truly diverse student body — in background, nationality, interests and ambitions — is the foundation of the HBS experience. Indeed, these differences are critical to the HBS learning model, which thrives on the many perspectives and life experiences our students bring to their classes from all over the world. From academic assignments to casual conversations, the unique qualities of individual lives enrich the education of the entire community.

How does HBS help students meet the cost of the MBA?

50% of students receive need-based financial aid. Business school is an important investment in who you are, and who you will become. HBS proudly shares in that investment by offering a variety of need-based financial assistance programs throughout your MBA experience. $84k is the average need-based scholarship awarded to students over two years.

How important is entrepreneurship at HBS?

HBS is a robust ecosystem for entrepreneurs. Learn more: hbs.edu

What does HBS offer students in terms of career services?

HBS Career and Professional Development offers personalized career resources that help you make an impact. HBS has 600+ recruiting partners and holds 150 programs for first-year students. 95% of students receive offers for full time employment within three months of graduation.

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Although Saïd Business School launched under its current name in 1996, its history as a school of management stretches back to 1965.

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The University of Oxford is organized into 39 independent colleges, allowing Oxford Saïd students to share knowledge with students from other departments.

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The Financial Times ranks the Oxford MBA as one of the top 20 MBA programs in the world.

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The Oxford 1+1 MBA is a unique program that allows students to study a master’s degree of their choice from the wider University of Oxford, as well as an MBA.

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Around three-quarters of Oxford MBA graduates go into either Finance, Consulting, or Technology.