Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions

MBAs for leaders, career changers and those who want to go further

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If you know what the Sunday night blues feels like, or something of a sinking feeling tends to characterise your journey to work, we've got a diversion to the office which just makes good plain sense. While they tell you all about their Executive MBA, Aston Business School are throwing in breakfast.

It's easy to reach an impasse, career-wise, and it feels really, really hard to do something about it. Learn how an ABS Executive MBA could give you the tools to make the big move or simply get more out of your current career. The school has triple accreditation and is in the top 1% of business schools, so you'd be stacking the odds heavily in your favour.

On April 27, from 7am until 9am, speak to the MBA teaching staff as well as a current course member. Get tips on the application process and financial support available, and hear about the career support you'll receive in progressing your current position. You'll get an overview about the course, as well as hearing what makes ABS standout. You can register right here.

If time is what's holding you back from taking this step, ABS's Executive MBA is offered full-time or flexibly, meaning you can keep work while learning new skills, which you can immediately use in the workplace. Courses are largely completed flexibly through online workshops, with weekend residentials, on campus in Birmingham to provide time with your peers and course leaders.

Taking the part-time route, you'll get 30 months to complete six modules, an elective and a business project — and you're fully encouraged to make as much of that relatable to matters you're working on as possible.

And if you fancy the course but not the fees, substantial scholarships are available. It may well also be worth having a chat with your current employer about investing in your continued learning. Because how you spend such a substantial proportion of your life is a very big deal.