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UK Executive MBA Market Outlook to 2023 - by Type of Program, by Electives, by Blended Learning, by Program Duration and by Course Type

  • ID: 5023832
  • Report
  • May 2019
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • 91 pages
  • Ken Research Private Limited
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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)” provides a comprehensive analysis on the Executive MBA Industry of UK. The report covers various aspects including introduction on Executive MBA market, business cycle, issues and challenges, trends and developments, SWOT analysis, competitive landscape and government regulations. The report concludes with market projection and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.

Market Overview
UK Executive MBA market is at the growing stage. UK Executive MBA market in terms of revenue has increased at a positive CAGR during the period 2013-2018. This growth was supported by the increase in number of professionals who wish to pursue these courses while continuing their job, along with rising demand for customized programmes in the country, wherein market players catered to the needs of the clients by designing a specific curriculum. The applicants of EMBA in the market are driven by the brand value of the institution along with its tie ups and career advancements of the alumni.

UK Executive MBA Market Segmentation
  • By Type of Program (Structured and Customized): The applicants of EMBA Program are professionals, who choose to pursue the course alongside their full time job, therefore these people prefer a customized program over a structured one as they want to enhance a particular skill set. As a result customized programs dominate the EMBA market.
  • By Electives Offered: Most of the business colleges in UK offer 0-10 electives which constitute a major share in the EMBA Market. These electives provide more flexibility to the students and enable them to customize their program according to their needs. There are very few colleges in UK that offer more than 10 electives.
  • By Blended Learning: The EMBA programs offered are mostly offline in nature as management training can be more easily offered in an environment where the students get a real life experience of the business scenario. Many colleges believe that offline programs gives the advantage of better management in terms of cohort interaction, focus group learning, exploiting culture diversity and understanding viewpoints of fellow colleagues in a much better way. The percentage of offline and online programs accounted a mere share in the overall UK Executive MBA market in the year 2018.
  • By Program Duration: The majority of the share has been accounted by the programmes which are having duration of less than or equal to 24 months. However, most of the EMBA students are already working in their desired field of choice, therefore they choose to study part time. Part time course leads to take more time than a full time course due to which programmes which have duration of more than 24 months also accounted an enormous share in the market.
Competitive Landscape
The UK Executive MBA market is moderately concentrated. London School of Economics and Political Science is the market leader and has the highest market share in the Executive MBA market in UK on the basis of revenue in 2018. This was followed by University of Cambridge, London Business School, University of Oxford, University of Warwick and others. These market players compete on the basis of types of program offered (structured/customizable), faculty, fee structure, strategic alliances, number of electives offered, placements and alumni network.

UK Executive MDP Future Outlook
In future, it is anticipated that UK Executive MBA market in terms of revenue will increase at a positive CAGR during the period 2018- 2023E. Hybrid EMBA programs are expected to increase in future with the demand for online integrated programs being more convenient for the enrollees. An increased awareness among the working professionals and the dynamic changes in the business environment will motivate the professionals to take up this program. Evident salary hike after completion of MBA courses will further lead to surge in the demand of Executive MBA in the country. In addition to this, it is anticipated that customized courses will continue to be preferred by the business professionals over the structured ones in future as well.

Key Segments Covered:

By Type of Program
  • Structured
  • Customized
  • By Electives offered
  • 0-10
  • 10-20
  • 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 University
Key Topics Covered in the Report:
  • Executive Summary
  • Research Methodology
  • Introduction on UK Executive MBA Market
  • Business Cycle in UK Executive MBA Market
  • Timeline of Major Institutes in UK Executive MBA Market
  • UK Executive MBA Market Size by Revenue (2012-2018)
  • UK Executive MBA Market Segmentation
  • UK Executive MBA Market Segmentation by Types of Program (Structured/Customized)
  • UK Executive MBA Market Segmentation Electives Offered
  • UK Executive MBA Market by Blended Learning (Offline and Online or Offline only)
  • UK Executive MBA Market by Program Duration
  • UK Executive MBA Market by Type of Program (Part Time, Full Time, Either Full Time or Part Time)
  • Student Profile
  • Trends and Developments in the UK Executive MBA Market
  • Issues and Challenges in the UK Executive MBA Market
  • Government Regulations in UK Executive MBA Market
  • SWOT Analysis UK Executive MBA Market
  • Competitive Scenario in UK Executive MBA Market
  • Company Profiles of Major Players in the Market
  • UK Executive MBA Market Future Outlook and Projections (2019-2023)
  • Analyst Recommendations in UK Executive MBA Market
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1. Executive Summary

2. Research Methodology
2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Consolidated Research Approach
2.4. Variables (Dependent and Independent)
2.5. Correlation Matrix
2.6. Regression Matrix
2.7. Limitations

3. Market Overview and Genesis
3.1 Market Time Line

4. Market Size
4.1 By Revenue and Enrollments, 2013-2018

5. UK Executive MBA Market Segmentation
5.1 By Type of Programmes (Structured and Customized),
5.2 By Electives Offered (0-10, 10-20 and above 20),
5.3 By Blended Learning (Online & Offline and only Offline),
5.4 By Duration (Less than or equal to 24 Months and More than 24 Months) and By Type of Programs (Part Time, Full Time and Either Full Time or Part Time),

6. Student Profiling in UK Executive MBA Market
6.1. By Gender (Male and Female) and By Work Experience (3-5 years, 6-9years, 9-15 years and above 15 years), 2018
6.2. By Nationality, 2018
6.3 Decision Making Parameters for Students While Opting for EMBA

7. Strategies Adopted by Colleges in UK Executive MBA Market

8. Global Synopsis of Executive MBA Programs
8.1. Comparison Top 5 UK Executive MBA Programs
8.2. Chief Sources of Executive MBA Ranking Information and their Methodology
8.3. Top EMBA Colleges Worldwide on the Basis of QS Ranking,
8.4. Top EMBA Colleges Worldwide on the Basis of The Economist Ranking,
8.5. Top EMBA Colleges Worldwide on the Basis of Financial Times,
8.6. Top EMBA Programs in APAC
8.7. Top EMBA Programs in Europe
8.8. Top EMBA Programs in US

9. UK Executive MBA Market Trends and Developments

10. UK Executive MBA Market Issues and Challenges

11. Government Initiatives for UK Executive MBA Market

12. SWOT Analysis of the UK Executive MBA Market

13. Competitive Scenario of Executive MBA Market
13.1 Competitive Scenario (Competing Factors, Major Players and Competition Structure)
13.2. Market Share of Major Players - By Revenue, 2018
13.3. Market Share of Major Players - By Programs, 2018
13.4. Market Share of Major Players - By Enrollments, 2018
13.5. Competitive Overview of Major Players (Revenue, Number of Programs offered and the Number of Enrollments)
13.6. Cross Comparison of Colleges Providing Executive MBA in UK (fees charged, enrollments, duration of programs and type of course (part time/full time)

14. Profile of Major Institutes Providing Executive MBA in UK
14.1 London School of Economics and Political Science
14.2 University of Cambridge
14.3 London Business School
14.4 University Of Oxford
14.5 University Of Warwick
14.6 City, University of London
14.7 Others (Cranfield University, Suffolk University, Aston University and University of East Anglia)

15. UK Executive MBA Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2018–2023E
15.1. By Revenue and Enrollments, 2018-2023E
15.2 By Type of Programmes (Structured and Customized) and By Blended Learning (Online & Offline and only Offline), 2023E

16. UK Executive MBA Market - Analyst Recommendations
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  • 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 University
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