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Become a data-driven leader with the UCL MBA

Top 10 in the world¹ on QS World University Rankings

With a programme structure that stresses the application of data, technology and analytics, the AMBA-accredited UCL MBA prepares you to:

  • Develop your knowledge of core business functions.
  • Leverage data to make informed, analytical decisions.
  • Lead diverse teams and stakeholders, from technical experts to c-suite executives.

Financing your MBA

Scholarships are available. Contact your admissions advisor to learn more.

How the UCL MBA prepares you to lead

Through in-person and online components, you’ll build relationships with accomplished professionals and industry-leading UCL academics from around the world – all while balancing existing commitments. The UCL MBA is supported by the UCL School of Management - ranked No. 5 for best UK university for business, management and marketing by The Guardian², and No. 3 by Complete University Guide for business and management studies³.

  • Global networking opportunities. Connect with peers through on-site orientations and immersions at our campus in historic Bloomsbury and our home in Canary Wharf – London's bustling financial centre.
  • Specialised, customisable learning. Develop in-demand expertise with dozens of electives and three focal tracks: Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management.
  • A flexible, collaborative online experience. Small class sizes and interactive features, including breakout rooms, enable you to collaborate with academics and fellow students in real-time.

Personalised admissions support at every step

"We live in an age where the term ‘lifelong learning’ has become more of a necessity than a buzzword. I am humbled by the opportunity to assist students in their pursuit of the skills they need to be leaders of tomorrow."

— Lauren Mc Glenatendolf, Admissions Advisor

If you request information and opt into phone and/or email communication, you’ll be paired with one of our expert admissions advisors, who will contact you via the channel(s) you’ve specified.

Your advisor is an invaluable partner. In addition to providing information about the UCL MBA programme, your advisor serves as your dedicated resource throughout the application process. They can help you:

  • Determine how an MBA may support your career goals.
  • Navigate entry requirements.
  • Prepare for interviews.
  • Explore your financial aid options.
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¹QS World University Rankings 2022. QS Top Universities. Retrieved August 2021 from

²Best UK universities for business, management and marketing 2021. The Guardian. Retrieved August 2021 from

³Business & Management Studies 2022. Complete University Guide, Retrieved August 2021 from