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Having an MBA
is highly likely
to increase how
much you earn
requirements, but typically you'll
need three A levels or equivalent.
DID YOU KNOW? Business
administration, with its core subjects
of ﬁnance, management and
economics, isn't the only businessrelated subject you can study. Many
universities oﬀer more specialised
degree programmes, including
human resource management,
accountancy and marketing.
Do your research and think carefully
about what will beneﬁt your career,
interests or business the most. You
could choose to develop your projectmanagement skills while studying
computer sciences, for example,
or combine international business
studies with modern languages.
WHERE NEXT? Visit ucas.com to ﬁnd
the right course for your ambitions.
WHAT? A master's in business
administration (MBA) is a
postgraduate degree covering the
key areas of business, including
management, ﬁnance, human
resources, accounting and marketing.
WHY? It's a great way to improve
your business knowledge, and
the skills you acquire can be
implemented into your job or your
business with immediate eﬀect.
Having an MBA under your belt is
highly likely to increase how much
you earn too. A recent survey carried
out by the Association of MBAs
found that the average salary of a
person with an MBA is £82,000.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE? Studying
an MBA can be ﬂexible to ﬁt around
commitments and your business
needs. The typical length of a full-