The University of Aberdeen was Founded in 1495 by William Elphinstone, Bishop of Aberdeen and Chancellor of Scotland. As Scotland's third oldest and the UK's fifth oldest university, Aberdeen is part of an elite group of six ancient British universities which includes Cambridge and Oxford. Throughout the 20th century Aberdeen has consistently increased student recruitment.
The University of Aberdeen is committed to delivering outstanding teaching and first class research. Studying an online programme from the University of Aberdeen gives you all the practical advantages of fitting your learning around your location, work and personal commitments.
As an MBA (Global) or MSc Finance student, you will receive a highly-respected qualification from an ancient university with a growing international profile and outlook, today strongly focused on developing talent and careers in the 21st century.
In excess of 75% of the university's research is classed as internationally excellent, and an enviable reputation for excellence in research in Business and Management studies places The University of Aberdeen Business School within the top three universities in the UK.
Our graduates have secured positions in some of the world’s leading organisations including BP, Citibank, Philips, Shell, Accenture, Google, KPMG, Standard Chartered and many more. We are proud of the track record of our alumni who have achieved outstanding success in the global workplace.
"Adding a Business Master’s degree to your CV increases your lifetime earnings more than any other postgrad Master’s qualification."
Mark Whittington, Head of Business SchoolStudying with the University of Aberdeen lets you develop and showcase an exceptional range of skills and determination that enable you to excel in today’s competitive business world.
The university’s main library – the Sir Duncan Rice Library – contains over a million volumes, more than 300,000 e-books and over 21,000 journals. It has been named one of the top 20 'spellbinding' university libraries in the world (The Independent, 2013).