MBA application help for international students

MBA Application Service

Help and advice for international students applying to study at a UK business school.

MBA Application Service

Study an MBA in the UK

In order to secure a place on an MBA course at a UK business school, applicants will need to go through a rigorous application process.

With thorough interview practice, and reviewing the techniques needed to pass the Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment sections of the GMAT, SI-UK’s MBA Service will equip students with the knowledge needed to successfully secure a place on an MBA programme in the UK.

Why study an MBA?

Studying an MBA in the UK offers an international mix of students, teachers and work opportunities, unrivalled in many parts of the world. Once graduated, you will leave with a qualification respected all over the business world.

Why use the MBA Service?

The MBA Service will do the following to maximise your chance of securing an offer:

  • Pre-screen your transcripts and ensure you are eligible to apply
  • Advice on choosing suitable universities and business schools
  • Provide a checklist of documents required
  • Edit all supporting documents, including your personal statement, CV and reference letters
  • Fill in the university application forms and track your application after submission
  • One to one 90 minute introductory and preparatory session for the GMAT with a lecturer from the University of Essex
  • One to one interview session to familiarise you with the setting, followed by oral feedback

Apply to study an MBA

To learn more, arrange your free consultation today.

SI-UK's service is fast, reliable and efficient - their consultants are specialists, working closely with all UK universities; through my consultants' advice, and application assistance I was able to get offers from top ranked universities.

Carla Termini Kings College London, MBA

  • Study at University of Glasgow
  • Study at University of Kent
  • Study at University of Oxford
  • Study at University of East Anglia
  • Study at London School of Economics
  • Study at University of Liverpool