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University of Edinburgh Business School
 
Standort: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Akkreditiert: AMBA, EQUIS
Abschlüsse: MBA, Master
Studienart: Vollzeit
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Gegründet
1918

Trish Fraser
Admissions Office
The University of Edinburgh
Business School
29 Buccleuch Place
Edinburgh EH8 9JS
Scotland
+44 (0)131 650 9663
+44 (0)131 650 8077
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Aidan Hetherington
Careers and Corporate Relations
The University of Edinburgh
Business School
29 Buccleuch Place
Edinburgh EH8 9JS
Scotland
+44 (0)131 650 9841
+44 (0)131 650 8077
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The University of Edinburgh Business School’s mission is to provide the highest quality business education to develop the leaders of tomorrow.

Academic strengths
EQUIS and AMBA accredited, the School is consistently ranked highly, reflecting its history of providing business education since 1918, as well as the substantial experience of a faculty comprising more than 80 teaching staff. Many staff are active in industry-based research and consultancy for commercial organisations and government bodies. This research work feeds into the quality of the teaching and helps to bring students up to date with current business issues.

Links and networks
The School fosters strong corporate links and has an extensive programme of over 70 guest speakers drawn from the local and international business community each year. A number of joint events are organised with business support organisations to promote networking. The School also hosts a number of company recruitment presentations and co hosts the annual Scottish MBA Careers Fair at which around 20 companies and organisations are represented. The School’s links with the business community are enhanced by its many research centres and institutes, including the Centre for Financial Markets Research, the Credit Research Centre, the Centre for the Study of Retailing in Scotland and the Centre for Entrepreneurship Research.

The campus and city
Our home is a modern, purpose-built building with 24-hour access and wireless computer facilities throughout. We have our own café for refreshment and discussion. We are situated on the lively university campus in the heart of Edinburgh, and the School is a three-minute walk away from the University’s main library, one of the most important research libraries in Europe. Edinburgh itself is Scotland’s ancient, yet vibrantly modern, capital city. It is lively, safe, welcoming and full of local character. It is the second financial centre of the UK, and boasts many libraries, museums and galleries. In the summer, it is home to the largest cultural festival in the world – the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe.

Outside of the city, students can participate in the University’s Outdoor Development weekends on the shores of Loch Tay in the Scottish Highlands are a welcome addition for those wishing to participate in outdoor pursuits.

We want to develop not only your knowledge but also your interpersonal skills in order for you to hone your leadership potential. School strengths lie in strategy, finance, carbon management and entrepreneurship. You may want to become a member of EUTIC, the Edinburgh University Trading and Investment Club. The club owns the UK's largest student-run investment portfolio. The School hosts the Edinburgh Entrepreneurship Club which holds a number of events, including a series of talks by entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley. In addition, the club has two entrepreneurs in residence, both highly experienced entrepreneurs in their own right which provide valuable feedback and advice to budding entrepreneurs.

Our international cohort has on average of eight years work experience so you will learn a lot from your classmates that you won’t find in any textbook while our comprehensive guest speaker programme gives you a multitude of opportunities for networking

Research
The university is the leading research university in Scotland, and amongst the top ten in the United Kingdom. The Management School’s research strategy is aligned with the strategic importance that research plays in the university’s mission. This is reflected in the Schools underlying strategic objectives
  • A world ranking position in research excellence, offering international leadership in key areas of management and economics education.
  • A centre of international excellence in the provision of degrees in economics and management education which offer intellectually stimulating courses which engage with real world problems, and which attract first rate students.
  • An internationally recognised locus for corporate engagement in a setting, which promotes exchanges between leading edge managers, academics and policy makers
Much of the School’s research is linked to the following thematic priorities around which the current and future development of the school is planned:
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Finance and Financial Markets
  • Public Sector Management
  • Economic Theory (micro-economics)


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Voraussetzungen / Zulassung
MBA programme academic requirements
Entry requirements are normally a 2:1/1st class Honours degree from a good university in any subject, or an appropriate professional qualification, plus at least three years’ continuous work experience in substantial positions. For guidance, a 2:1 degree equates to GPA 3.25 or its equivalent. Other equivalent qualifications can be requested from the Admissions Team.
If a candidate has a lower class of degree than a 2:1 equivalent then professional qualifications with substantial work experience will be considered. Applicants who do not hold degree or professional qualifications may be considered if they have a very strong employment record demonstrating a high degree of responsibility.

A GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) score is an essential component of your application. A minimum score of 600 is preferred. However if your score falls below this minimum, and you meet the other prerequisites for entry and if your application shows you to be an outstanding candidate, then your application will be given due consideration.
It is essential you prepare for your GMAT test in good time and, if possible, detail the test date on the application form in the “relevant knowledge” space on the on-line application form.
If your application is otherwise complete, a conditional offer can be made pending a satisfactory GMAT and/or language test result.

For applicants whose first language is not English, there will be an English language requirement as follows:
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
    o Paper based TOEFL - Overall score of 600 or above (with scores of at least 55 in each section and a score of 4.0 in essay writing)
    o Computer based TOEFL - Overall score of 250 or above (with a score of at least 21 in each section)
    o Internet based TOEFL - Overall score of 100 or above (with a score of at least 20 in each section)
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): Overall score of 7.0 or above (with a score of at least 6.0 in each section)
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade A
No other testing systems are acceptable as equivalent scores.
Applicants whose first degree (of at least 3 years) is from an English speaking university will be exempt from the language test. Applicants in this situation may be interviewed.
Applicants whose first language is not English but who can prove their education was conducted in English must upload a letter or statement from their institution stating that English was medium of instruction as well as assessment throughout their first degree otherwise you will be required to take the language test.
It is essential you prepare for your language test in good time and detail the test date on the application form if you know it.

MSC programme academic requirements
Work experience is not required for these courses.
A good first degree is required as is proficiency in the English language to the level set for MBA candidates (see above). For specific requirements for each course please refer to the Business School website at www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate


Undergraduate academic requirements
Please see the main university website at
www.ed.ac.uk/studying/undergraduate/applications-admissions

Förderungen
The University of Edinburgh Graduate Discount Scheme: if you have an undergraduate degree from the University of Edinburgh, then you are eligible for a 10 per cent discount in your tuition fee.

University of Edinburgh Business School scholarships, each worth £5000

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