Take a look at our previous online events to learn more about the Cranfield MBA, our application process and what to expect from joining our MBA programme.

If you’d like to join the conversation, take a look at our upcoming events.

Introduction to the Full-time MBA

Meet our MBA Director Dr Andrew Angus who discusses our fantastic programme. MBA Alumni Jules Barton and Jimmy Dowsett share their unique experiences and everything that our world-class Cranfield MBA has to offer.


Full-time MBA Application Tips

Are you applying for the Cranfield MBA? Then, watch back our ‘MBA Application Tips’ webinar, where you will have the chance to hear advice about making the most of your application from MBA Recruitment Manager Helen Knight and Director of Admissions for the MBA, Sarah Hatcher.


MBA Life at Cranfield

Find out more about the distinctive experiences that the Cranfield Full-time MBA can offer you on our ‘MBA Life at Cranfield’ webinar, with Director of Student Experience Alison Whaley, and Director of the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship, Dr Stephanie Hussels. We cover all relevant course information, including clubs and societies you can join, networking opportunities, events and competitions during your transformational year at Cranfield.


Study Visa Q&A

If you’re an international student starting your MBA and have questions about study visas or eligibility criteria, this webinar will answer these questions for you.

Our Head of Student Immigration and Funding, Mohammed Ali, will guide you on making a successful visa application and share relevant funding documentation requirements. This information will ensure you are prepared and get off to a smooth start here at Cranfield School of Management.


The Future of Everything: Generation Alpha

Presented by Professor Joe Nellis, Professor of Global Economy, this webinar takes an exciting sprint into the future world of Generation Alpha. In this session, we explore what type of consumers, workers, learners, and social creatures these future 'Centenarians' will be, and the impact of this new generation on our existing and familiar systems of modern life.