Would you like to stand out in the international job market? Do you already have an undergraduate degree from a university or university of applied sciences? Would you like to earn a British Master’s degree while studying in English in Finland?

HELBUS offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) -degree programme, where the degree is awarded by the University of Northampton (UoN), UK. This means that while studying in Finland, students are enrolled as UoN students and the programme follows closely the specification and policies of UoN. It is fully compliant with UK quality assurance regulations. This British MBA is an official postgraduate (Master’s) degree regulated by the UK educational authority, QAA.

The programme is offered in two modes: a full-time and a part-time mode. Both modes consist of online studies that can be taken from anywhere in the world and then 1-3 day intensive modules that are held in Helsinki. The attendance to the intensive modules is highly recommended but not absolutely mandatory. The full-time mode takes 12 months to complete and in addition to the online part there are 3-7 days a month in Helsinki. The part time programme takes 24 months to complete and in addition to the online part there are 1-3 days a month in Helsinki.

You are eligible to apply to the MBA -programme if you have graduated (or are about to graduate) with an undergraduate degree in business and management. Degree holders of other disciplines may apply, if they can demonstrate an interest in business and management in their motivation letter and CV. If you dont have a previous degree, we may still be able to admit you, if you can demonstrate managerial experience. (Previous job experience is not mandatory for those who have an earlier degree.) Read more about the entry requirements.

There are three intakes in the MBA: September, January and May. You can find out about application deadlines here.

If interested, please register via our application service here and start filling in your application. In the section ‘choose programme’, select ‘Master’s programme’.

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