Course Summary

Course Description

This course meets the needs of recent graduates, people working in the wine industry wishing to further their managerial career prospects, and those seeking a career change; it is designed to accommodate students from a wide variety of backgrounds and diverse disciplines who want to enhance their career prospects in the wine industry but also, due to the broad nature of the course, in general business management; develops a broad awareness of business thinking, encouraging students to be highly adaptable, open minded and creative in their approach to business problems.

Business strategy; personal and organisational change; marketing, planning and strategy; economics and policy; financial management; plus focus modules: Wine industry; wine business planning; operations management; viticulture and vinification; dissertation.

Additional Entry Requirements:
Normally an Honours degree (minimum 2:1), or an HND award with a Distinction profile, plus a minimum of 2 years' postgraduation work experience; ideally pre-course study for basic knowledge of wine (The Wine and Spirit Education Trust's Intermediate or Advanced Certificate is recommended); mature candidates with significant relevant work experience and lower academic qualifications may also be considered for entry following interview; IELTS 6.5 average with no element below 5.5; students with other qualifications, including overseas awards and alternative English language qualifications, are advised to contact Admissions to discuss the suitability of their award for entry to their preferred programme of study.
Further information:
Normally an Honours degree (minimum 2:1), or an HND award with a Distinction profile, plus a minimum of 2 years' postgraduation work experience; ideally pre-course study for basic knowledge of wine (The Wine and Spirit Education Trust's Intermediate or Advanced Certificate is recommended); mature candidates with significant relevant work experience and lower academic qualifications may also be considered for entry following interview; IELTS 6.5 average with no element below 5.5; students with other qualifications, including overseas awards and alternative English language qualifications, are advised to contact Admissions to discuss the suitability of their award for entry to their preferred programme of study.

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