Postgraduate programmes

MBA (Global) Master of Business Administration


Focusing on employability and enhancing your abilities, this course will also help develop your general communication and interpersonal skills, making it perfect for early career professionals and graduates. It will also help you to better articulate your skills, abilities and achievements to create a personal development portfolio for use in your CV and job applications.

Emphasis is placed on gaining an advanced and applied understanding of the key aspects of international business, enabling you to converse with global business through practical application and contemporary theory.

Key features

  • An early career MBA, ideal for recent graduates or those with no managerial experience.

  • Dual accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) - (subject to confirmation and approval).

  • A key focus of the course is on enhancing transferable skills, as well as helping you to articulate your abilities and achievements in a way to grab employers’ attention when applying for jobs.

  • You will have the opportunity to participate in exclusive business talks and events, enabling you to build a network of industry contacts.

Course modules:

Block 1: Leadership and Business Sustainability

Block 2: Advance Strategic Management 
Block 3: Cross-Cultural Management and Marketing
Block 4: Business Finance and Enterprise Development
Block 5: & 6: One of the following:

  • Research Methods & Entrepreneurship
  • Project Research Methods & Consulting Project (simulator)

See more detailed module descriptions
Teaching and assessment

The course relies on a mixture of weekly large group sessions, tutorials and online resources and self-directed study. Formative in-class feedback is a key strategy to engage learners to constantly reflect on how they can approach and evaluate their learning and meet the assessment outcomes.

The assessment tasks are varied through the use of portfolios which enables learners to commence assessment tasks early in the module, receive formative feedback and submit tasks together at the end of the module. Such supportive assessment variability facilitates the maximum incorporation of UDL principles as well the general need for incremental informational literacy and skills development.

Graduate careers 
DMU Leicester MBA graduates have landed roles across the globe with companies including Deloitte, Barclays and Software Group.

Students have the opportunity to participate in guest lectures with international speakers.

Holders of a good bachelor degree from a university will be considered for direct admission to postgraduate diploma or masters programmes.

We normally expect student to achieve an overall 'good' grade. We appreciate that the marking schemes in universities in Kazakhstan can differ. If your undergraduate degree is graded on the GPA system, we would usually look for a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0, 3.5 out of 4.33, or 4 out of 5.

Work experience is not a requirement.

International applicants will normally hold an undergraduate degree in any subject with a minimum pass of 2:2, or equivalent overseas qualification.

Professional qualifications deemed to be of equivalent standing will be considered on an individual basis.

Our Admissions team are here to provide you with advice on all aspects of applying.

The standard entry requirement is IELTS 6.0 (no component below 5.5) and TOEFL iBT 60 out of 120 with each section (Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing) to be not less than 15

For September 2023/24 entry, our tuition fees for full-time postgraduate local and international students are 20,000$.

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