Course Summary

Course Description

Course Length : 2 years
Study Method : part time
Fees : £Unknown

Core modules: Leadership; understanding general management; developing effective managers; financial accounting; decision and risk analysis; economics; ethics; finance; marketing; operations and technology management; entrepreneurship; strategy; elective modules include: advanced marketing strategy; brand management; computer based financial modelling; financing the entrepreneurial business; going to market: managing the channel and salesforce; the global business leader; international finance; managing change; managing corporate turnarounds; negotiation and bargaining; new communications industry; paths to power; the new rules of strategy.

Additional Entry Requirements:
Students have on average 9-10 years full-time work experience, at least four of which are managerial; to be short-listed for an interview, applicants must be able to demonstrate the following: Competency in the management of people, budgets, clients or processes over a sustained period; a proven track record as a member or leader of a team; a strong motivation for doing an MBA; an undergraduate degree granted by a recognised university, or other suitable professional qualifications; a keen interest in pursuing a career with an international context; although the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is not a requirement, we would encourage candidates to take the GMAT in the knowledge that a good score would positively support your application.
Further information:
Students have on average 9-10 years full-time work experience, at least four of which are managerial; to be short-listed for an interview, applicants must be able to demonstrate the following: Competency in the management of people, budgets, clients or processes over a sustained period; a proven track record as a member or leader of a team; a strong motivation for doing an MBA; an undergraduate degree granted by a recognised university, or other suitable professional qualifications; a keen interest in pursuing a career with an international context; although the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is not a requirement, we would encourage candidates to take the GMAT in the knowledge that a good score would positively support your application.

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