Master of Business Administration (MBA) Liverpool Business School

  • Degree: LBS & IMT
    AACSB Member
  • Duration: 18 months
    Start Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • Pay Rs. 9,375/month
    Zero Interest Loan
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Earn more than you invest in the programme

Get a degree without quitting your job

You Invest
Rs. 9,375/month (Excl. Taxes)
Time Spent
10 hrs/week
Opportunities for you post your MBA program
Jobs you can get in the next 18 months
Rs. 8,00,000/yr
Business Analyst
Entry level
Rs. 13,00,000/yr
Marketing Manager
Mid level
Rs. 14,00,000/yr
Business Developer
Senior level
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Leading companies recruit upGrad learners

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Yogesh Dadke


Shaibal Nandy

Digital Marketing Specialist, Accenture

Prasanna Samel

Manager, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited

Gaganjot Kaur

International Partnerships Specialist

Mobinul Islam

FSO, Integrace Health

To be a part of this program, you need

Bachelor's Degree
Minimum 50% marks
2 yrs Work Experience

Slide into your dream designation

The right programme that aligns with your career goals

Mid Level Managers
3+ yrs of experience, can transition into
Operations Manager
Marketing Manager
Business Analyst
Experienced Professional
8+ yrs of experience, can transition into
Senior Manager
Regional Manager
Supply Chain Manager
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How an MBA from LBS gives you an edge
Learn from top-industry experts and proficient faculty members

Our curriculum focuses on industry-relevant skills

Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders with customised specialisations.

Operations & Supply Chain Management
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18 Months
Course Duration
4 Months
Industry-Relevant Projects
Number of Projects
Live sessions
Thesis Supervision
8 Weeks
Research Methodology
6 Elective Options
in the first year
Topics covered
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Earn your MBA while saving both time and money

On Campus Fees

Rs. 2700000*

+ 18 months of salary loss

*Average cost estimate not specific to university

upGrad Fees

Rs. 400000

for 18 months without immersion

You save Rs. 23L + 18 months of salary & work experience

Now pay at your own comfort

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Rs. 9375/month

Rs. 4,00,000 without immersion (incl. taxes) or Rs. 5,70,000 with immersion (incl. taxes)

Payment options designed to fit your needs
0% Interest

Rs. 20833/month **

for 18 months

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Rs. 9375/month

for 60 months at 10% interest

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Rs. 25,000

and the rest later

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MBA admission often warrants the question: “tell us about yourself,” “Introduce Yourself,” or any other similar topic with the same underlying meaning. This makes it crucial to nail the question with the best possible answer. Here are a few tips on how to handle the ‘Introduce Yourself’ question.

Do not do any of these:

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Here are some key tips that can help:

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