UK Executive MBA Market will be driven by Growth in Higher Education Sector and increase in the Number of Enrollments: Ken Research

Increase in the number of people employed coupled with rising demand of specialized courses   has driven the Executive MBA market in UK.

Joint Ventures and Contracts with B-Schools: UK has witnessed an increase in the demand for executive education in order to explore the potential opportunities. It has helped the B-schools in broadening their student base and in creating a brand value. This also further leads to a wider and a better alumni network which is one of the major driver for attracting students.

The business schools also partner up with companies and structure their executive or development courses to suit the need of that company or the industry in which it operates.

Increasing demand for Part Time Courses: There has been an increase in the demand for part-time EMBA courses over full time courses largely due to majority of the students who opt to pursue EMBA are already working and they choose to continue working while studying. Therefore, they prefer a part time program over a full time program. The part time programs constitute 82.4% share out of the overall type of programs offered.

Brexit Challenge for EMBA Courses: Universities are afraid about the diminishing co-scholastic benefits from exchange programmes. Recruiting the best professionals would be a difficult task due to regulations which came into force due to Brexit. Post declaration of Brexit, there is worry about the research funding which would play a vital role in the upcoming years.

The report Titled “UK Executive MBA Market Outlook to 2023 – By Type of Program (Structured and Customized), By Electives, By Blended Learning (Online & Offline and only Offline), By Program Duration and By Course Type (Part Time only, Full Time only or Either Full or Part Time)” by Ken Research suggested that the Executive MBA market in UK has been growing due to increase in the number of people employed, increase in the fees structure and growth in the number of customized programs offered.

The market is expected to register a positive CAGR of 12.6% in terms of revenue during the forecast period 2018-2023E.

Key Segments Covered

By Type of Program



By Electives offered



Above 20

By Blended Learning

Offline and Online

Only Offline

By Program Duration

Less than or equal to 24 months

Greater than 24 months

By Type of Course

Part Time only

Full Time only

Either Part Time or Full Time

Key Target Audience

B Schools

Online Education Consultancies

Ministry of Education/ Higher Education Authority

Online Education Aggregators

Investors in Private Equity Firm

Time Period Captured in the Report:

Historical Period: 2013-2018

Forecast Period: 2019-2023E

Institutes Covered:

The University of Aberdeen, Aston University, the University of Bath

University of Bedfordshire, Birmingham City University

The University of Birmingham, the University of Bolton, the University of Bradford

The University of Bristol, the University of Cambridge, Cardiff University

Cardiff Metropolitan University, the University of Central Lancashire

City, University of London, Cranfield University, De Montfort University

University of Durham, the University of East Anglia, the University of Edinburgh

The University of Essex, the University of Exeter, Glyndŵr University

The University of Greenwich, University of Hertfordshire, the University of Hull

The University of Lancaster, Leeds Beckett University, the University of Leeds

University of the Arts, London, London Business School

London School of Economics and Political Science, Loughborough University

University of Nottingham, the Nottingham Trent University

The University of Oxford, the University of Salford, the University of Sheffield

University of Suffolk, the University of Surrey

University of Wales Trinity Saint David, University of Ulster,

The University of Warwick, the University of Winchester, University of Worcester

Sheffield Hallam Universitys

Key Topics Covered in the Report

UK Executive MBA Industry

Executive MBA Colleges UK

Executive Education UK

Major Institutes Providing EMBA UK

UK Executive MBA Structured

UK Executive MBA Electives

UK Executive MBA Program Duration

UK Executive MBA Part Time

UK Executive MBA Full Time

UK Executive MBA Student Profile

UK Executive MBA Work Experience

UK Executive MBA International Students

UK Executive MBA College Strategies

UK Executive MBA Trends

UK Executive MBA Developments

UK Executive MBA Issues

UK Executive MBA Government Initiatives

UK Executive MBA Government Regulations

UK Executive MBA SWOT Analysis

UK Executive MBA Enrollments

UK Executive MBA Programs

UK Executive MBA Future

Brexit Effect Executive MBA Market

Cross Comparison UK EMBA Colleges

London Business School UK EMBA

London School of Economics UK EMBA

University of Cambridge UK EMBA

Aston University UK EMBA

Cranfield University UK EMBA

University of Oxford UK EMBA

For more information, refer to below link:

UK Executive MBA Market Outlook to 2023

Related Reports

US Executive MBA Market

US Executive Education Programs Market

India Executive Education Market

Contact Us:

Ken Research

Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications


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