Oxford - Said Redesigns its MBA Program

MBA curriculum now structured around three integrative modules

Oxford University's Saїd Business School has announced that it has redesigned its full-time MBA program.

The one-year program is now structured around three modules, which are organized according to theme: Entrepreneurship, Global Rules of the Game, and Responsible Leadership. The themes of the modules and extend to other parts of the curriculum. 

During the program, students will also have several opportunities to get hands-on experience, including an entrepreneurship project where they will develop a business plan and present it to venture capitalists. Additionally, during the program's summer term, students can choose to do a strategic consulting project or an internship. Students who don't want to do either can also choose to take more elective courses during the summer.

Other changes to the program include additional support courses and an increased number of electives and interdisciplinary offerings.

The redesigned MBA program is set to launch in September.

For more information, please see Oxford - Said's MBA program webpage. Read more about Oxford - Said on the school's full profile at FIND MBA.

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