2012

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Bursaries available for RIBA MBA

Date:

06 February 2012

Press office contact:

Howard Crosskey
T: +44 (0)20 7307 3761
E: howard.crosskey@riba.org

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is delighted to announce that six £1,000 bursaries are available for RIBA members wishing to undertake the RIBA Architectural and Construction MBA at the Bradford University School of Management.

Harry Rich, RIBA Chief Executive said:

'I am delighted that the RIBA is offering six bursaries to help RIBA members who want to undertake the RIBA Architectural and Construction MBA. The course offers architects a chance to develop an additional skill set, one that will provide a solid foundation in business administration from which the economic and creative potential of design and construction projects can be realised.'

The MBA features modules on topics identified by the RIBA to connect building utility and creative flair within a business context. RIBA modules sit alongside those that make up the AMBA and EQUIS accredited Bradford MBA. When combined these elements will provide architects and those in construction with a solid foundation in business administration from which the economic and creative potential of design and construction projects can be realised.

The MBA has been awarded Advanced CPD status by the RIBA.

Further information for applicants is available at www.architecture.com/mba| or www.brad.ac.uk/management/ribamba|.  

The closing date for bursary applications is Friday 2 March 2012. The recipients of the bursaries will be contacted by Monday 19 March 2012.

ENDS

Notes to editors

  • For press contact Howard Crosskey in the RIBA Press Office: 020 7307 3761 howard.crosskey@riba.org.
  • The RIBA Architectural and Construction MBA is a collaborative alliance between the Bradford Management School, a leading global business school and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA North West), who have provided quality, reliability and distinction in the field of architecture and construction for over 175 years.
  • The Royal Institute of British Architects champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and its members. More information can be found on www.architecture.com.
  • Bradford University School of Management is one of the UK's oldest university based business schools, with an international reputation in management education, training and research. It offers a full range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level degrees in business, management and law subjects to 1,000 undergraduate, 500 postgraduate and 100 doctoral students in Bradford and a further 4,500 across the world.

    Accredited by both EQUIS and AMBA, the School is ranked within the top 10 Business Schools in the UK and higher than any other in the north of England (FT European Business School rankings Dec 2010). It prides itself on its focus on sustainability and business engagement, with strong links to business and industry providing valuable student, graduate and management development opportunities.

 

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