The University of Hull's AACSB- and AMBA-accredited EMBA has an interesting response to the suspension of apprenticeship funding for UK part-time MBA students. It is automatically applying a 50% discount on the fees for EMBA students: I imagine the discount will include those foreigners who pass the three-year habitual residency test used for Uk fees.

"Teaching takes place in three-day blocks, normally Wednesday to Friday, every six weeks. Face-to-face class contact is enhanced by online learning in the weeks before and after the blocks. All participants take eight core modules, and then choose from two different pathways studied over two years, organised so that learning in one area deepens understanding in all the others."

Hull is one of the few dual- or triple-accredited UK EMBAs with formal pathways in a wide range of concentrations: Health and Social Care; Technology Management; Logistics and Supply Chain Management; Enterprise and Public Sector Management; Maritime Leadership; and Organisational Entrepreneurship.