Oxford Executive MBA
Oxford Executive MBA
Benefits for employers
Sponsoring a participant to undergo an Oxford Executive MBA will provide immediate benefits to your organisation. From the very first module, participants are able to apply the theory and skills they have learned to their own organisation.
Over time, the Oxford Executive MBA enables participants to realise their full leadership potential within your organisation. Specific benefits include:
The employee remains part of the management team
All participants on the Oxford Executive MBA continue to be employed full time by their sponsoring companies. Unlike a regular MBA programme, where students study on a full time basis, this programme enables participants to integrate study into their working lives.
A modular programme structure
The modular structure of the programme means that employees are not away from work for long, allowing them the flexibility to focus their attention on their organisation and the programme appropriately. They are also able to put their learning into practice straight away.
Projects are sponsor focused
Created to be of significant commercial value, the entrepreneurship project is fundamental to the Oxford Executive MBA programme. Designed to align both individual and organisational development, the project focuses on a new business opportunity for the participant’s organisation.
International contacts network
The Saïd Business School has a wealth of international business contacts that are accessible to participants of the Oxford Executive MBA programme. Membership of our extensive Oxford Business Alumni (OBA) network offers networking opportunities via the OBA website and various events held throughout the year.
Recent sponsors have included:
- IBM UK Ltd
- Hitachi Chemical Co Ltd
- Novak Druce & Quigg LLP
- Nokia Siemens Network
- Oracle Corporation
- Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
- Vodafone Group
Clive Rudd Fernandez
The Oxford Executive MBA has given me a better perspective on what I am doing and my own way of behaving in the organisation, better tools, and the ammunition to make better decisions.
Clive Rudd Fernandez, Cuban, CEO of La Cubanada Ltd