Business school heads vow to fight axing of MBA apprenticeship

The heads of top British organization colleges have vowed to thwart authorities plans to axe the MBA apprenticeship by splitting the study into two, with the majority still being covered by the teaching programme.

Apprenticeships for senior executives have mushroomed next authorities reforms to abilities funding that forced companies with once-a-year payrolls higher than £3m to set aside an equal to .five for every cent of this sum for paying on office teaching schemes.

Unhappiness that levy funds were being put in in this way, on programmes costing up to £18,000, prompted instruction secretary Gavin Williamson to find a review into the MBA apprenticeship with an eye to removing it from the levy program.

Professor David Oglethorpe, dean of Cranfield © College of Sheffield

The Section for Education has not but formally scrapped the MBA apprenticeship. But in the newest listing of apprenticeship criteria issued by the administering company, the

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