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Exeter MBA Consultancy Projects
MBA Consultancy Projects enable businesses to benefit from our talented, international professionals participating in a forward-looking, cutting edge accredited MBA.
Each of our MBA participants has the capability to bring innovative business thinking to your organisation.
How does it work?
|November - February||
From November to February, the students will be thinking through their different project options. If they are interested in exploring a project with your organisation, MBA Consultancy Projects Manager, Camilla Norman, will be in touch to make an introduction; they may also connect with you on LinkedIn. Additionally, if you would like to submit a project brief, please refer to the project pitching template for guidance and submit your brief by Friday 14th January 2022. You can submit your brief in any format you like but please make it as engaging and interesting as possible as there will be stiff competition!
|April - May||From April, the student will work with you, supported by their academic supervisor, to develop their project idea further and to produce their project proposal which they will need to have completed by early May.|
|May - September||
Students will conduct their project from May/June to September, producing a consultancy report by early September. Please bear in mind that, during this period, the student will still have modules and course work to complete, with the last module, for some students, not finishing until the end of June. We will be asking you for feedback on the student which will account for 10% of their overall consultancy project mark.
What has been done in the past?
Below are a series of short videos showcasing MBA Consultancy Projects from our MBA class of 2020.
What costs are involved?
Costs will depend on the project and are negotiated accordingly. All out of pocket expenses incurred by the MBA participant are covered by the organisation, including travel, phone calls, photocopying, etc.
As part of the project process MBA participants will develop a formal project scope, which will include an estimate of costs. All project costs will be agreed with the client before they are incurred.
Clients should settle the costs directly with the MBA participants (against receipts). In some cases, the nature or extent of the work may justify additional payment, salary, or other compensation. This might be the case if an MBA participant is required to work full-time on the organisation's premises, as well as fulfilling their project, or where an MBA participant's expertise and experience is such that it will add considerable value to the project outcome and benefit to the organisation.
Is the work kept confidential?
If you wish the information collected by the student, during the course of the project, and the final report itself, to be treated in confidence, we can put an agreement in place so that the report is only read and assessed by Business School faculty and an external examiner, and beyond this the content will not be disclosed.
A top MBA from a Russell Group University
The Exeter MBA is a partnership between the University of Exeter Business School and leading global and other progressive organisations. Award-winning, accredited and world-leading, the Exeter MBA prepares participants to lead responsibly in a complex future, typified by rapid disruption and change. Building on our heritage programme, the One Planet MBA, it continues our established and internationally acclaimed track record of responsible management education, addressing the major challenges confronting business and society. With leadership at its core, it includes circular economy, digital transformation, innovation and entrepreneurship.