Aston Business School is launching the Executive Apprenticeship MBA, designed to transform managers into enterprising leaders in business.
Apprenticeships aren’t just for young people. Employers can use the apprenticeship levy to fund those who are already established in their careers and want to undertake postgraduate degrees such as MBAs. This is a great opportunity for managers looking to advance their leadership skills and take their career to the next level.
Aston Business School is launching the Executive Apprenticeship MBA, designed to transform managers into enterprising leaders in business. Aston’s triple accredited MBA immerses managers into the principles of strategic thinking within the context of their business.
The MBA is studied part-time predominantly through online learning giving the flexibility required for work and personal commitments. Participants are only required to attend three weekends per year for on-campus learning, meaning studies fit seamlessly alongside a full-time career. Managers able to implement their new skills and knowledge to make strategic changes from the very beginning of the course.
The Executive Apprenticeship is more than an MBA. Designed by professors and practitioners in behavioural science, Aston’s professional development programme, The Aston Edge will train managers for the social and personal side of business too.
Through a combination of masterclasses, mentoring and networking events, apprentices will learn the intricacies of leading with credibility and confidence.
Employers looking to train up their managers into future business leaders can use the apprenticeship levy to cover the costs of training. Companies that do not pay into the levy can also access funding that will cover 90% of the costs.
You can find out more information about The Executive Apprenticeship MBA at www.aston.ac.uk/apprenticeships
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