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Full-time MBA success stories

Whether you are looking to reach new heights in your existing industry or change direction completely, you will graduate from the Full-time MBA with the skills, experience and confidence you need. Click the boxes below to find out more about our graduates' career journeys.

Katherine Cornwell

Katherine Cornwell >>



Fatema El-Wakeel >>

Konain Hasan

Financial services:
Konain Hasan >>

Jai S

Jai Somasekharan >>

Gerardo Diaz

Gerardo Diaz >>

Lizi Jenkins

Lizi Jenkins >>

Shakti Mohapatra

Shakti Mohapatra >>

Liam Wadsworth

Liam Wadsworth >>

Lucie Kennedy

Lucie Kennedy >>

Michael Vachon

Michael Vachon >>

Rishi Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor >>

How can our MBA help you achieve your career goals?

Alliance Manchester Business School's MBA offers significant advantages for students seeking an international career. No other MBA programme can provide as many opportunities to broaden your work experience.

During the MBA you will engage in 900 hours of client-facing project work. This adds value to your CV while you study and makes you more interesting as a potential hire, for employers in the UK and elsewhere. You will also undertake a simulated Mergers and Acquisitions project:

  • Not-for-Profit Project (live)
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Project (simulated)
  • Commercial Business Project (live)
  • The International Business Project (live) 

In addition, you can:

  • Secure an internship (up to 3 months) providing essential professional experience in a senior role, adding significant value to your CV and proving your ability to a potential UK sponsor or international company. On the 12 month pathway the option of an internship needs to be discussed with our recruitment team.
  • Work with our Postgraduate Careers Service and benefit from its strong industry links with UK and global recruiters
  • Participate in business clubs and competitions

After our MBA programme you could:

  • Work with a company in the UK
  • Start your own company
  • Work in another country or region
  • Work in your home country for an international company

For further information on UK immigration and the latest news on visa regulations, please see the UK Border Agency (UKBA) and UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) websites.