Business school heads vow to fight axing of MBA apprenticeship

The heads of leading British organization educational facilities have vowed to thwart federal government programs to axe the MBA apprenticeship by splitting the research into two, with the majority however currently being covered by the coaching programme.

Apprenticeships for senior executives have mushroomed subsequent federal government reforms to techniques funding that forced employers with annual payrolls greater than £3m to set aside an equivalent to .5 for every cent of this sum for expending on workplace coaching strategies.

Unhappiness that levy money were currently being spent in this way, on programmes costing up to £18,000, prompted instruction secretary Gavin Williamson to request a evaluation into the MBA apprenticeship with an eye to eliminating it from the levy technique.

Professor David Oglethorpe, dean of Cranfield © University of Sheffield

The Department for Education has not still formally scrapped the MBA apprenticeship. But in the hottest list of apprenticeship benchmarks issued by

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