Deadlines for programs at over 20 business schools in England, Scotland, and Ireland

Below is a short list of upcoming application deadlines for full-time MBA programs in the United Kingdom. The business schools listed below were chosen based on  the most-viewed UK university profiles on FIND MBA and other top programs.

London Business School (LBS)

  • Stage 2: January 5
  • Stage 3: February 27
  • Stage 4: April 15

University of Oxford - Saïd Business School

  • Stage 3: January 9
  • Stage 4: March 13
  • Stage 5: April 24
  • Stage 6: May 29

University of Cambridge - Judge Business School

  • Round 3: January 9
  • Round 4: March 6
  • Round 5: May 1

Warwick Business School

  • Final Deadline: July 31

Manchester Business School

  • Stage 4: January 5
  • Stage 5: February 1
  • Stage 6: March 1
  • Stage 7: April 1
  • Stage 8: May 1
  • Stage 9: June 1 (Final deadline for international non-European Union applicants)
  • Stage 10: July 1 (Final deadline for UK and European Union applicants)

Cranfield School of Management

  • Stage 2: January 30
  • Stage 3: April 24
  • Stage 4: June 26

Cass Business School

  • Rolling admissions

Hult International Business School (London Campus)

  • Round 3: February 8
  • Round 4: March 15
  • Round 5: May 10

Lancaster University Management School

  • Final deadline: July 31

Loughborough Business School

  • Rolling admissions

Henley Business School

  • Rolling admissions (school recommends to apply no later than 6 weeks before the September start.)

Aston Business School

  • Final deadline: July

University College Dublin - Smurfit Graduate Business School

  • Rolling deadlines

University of Edinburgh Business School

  • Rolling deadlines

University of Liverpool Management School

  • Rolling admissions

Imperial College Business School

  • Round 2: January 30
  • Round 3: April 9
  • Round 4: June 26

Nottingham University Business School

  • Rolling admissions

University of Bath - School of Management

  • International applicants: April 1
  • UK/EU applicants: August 1

University of Dublin - Trinity College

  • Rolling admissions

University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School

  • International applicants: July 24
  • UK and EU applicants: August 28

University of Leicester

  • January 6 (for February start)


IMPORTANT: All prospective students are advised to double-check application deadlines with the business schools they are interested as soon as possible before applying.

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