The MSc in Management provides future managers with a grounding in key functional areas of Business together with a clear understanding of how these functions are integrated in successful and globally orientated 21st century organisations. This learning is tightly connected with a practical application of your skills and knowledge, in particular through a live consultancy project. This degree has a dual award with the Chartered Institute of Management.
We offer a number of different routes in addition to the MSc Management course. These are listed below:
How do you profit from this MSc in Management?
Participants on the MSc in Management (and routes) will take two optional modules in addition to the set core modules . The optional modules build directly from the initial core modules and participants will make a choice depending on their interest and future career aspirations.
Choosing this route is particularly appropriate if you have little experience of management education, or have no clear idea at the outset of your studies which particular subject areas will be of most interest to you.
Course Content (for information on modules on the MSc Management routes please visit our website)
Core modules include:
Optional modules include:
This is an indicative list. Optional modules are regularly updated.
96% of our postgraduates* are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving (*of those available to work - DHLE Survey 2015 / 16).
Graduates from MSc Management have gone into senior management positions around the world. Graduates in 2012 secured jobs in a wide range of positions which included Managers (for example Department Managers, Brand Managers, Communications Managers and Sales Managers), Analysts, Auditors and Bankers. Over the last 13 years graduate destinations from this route have included:
Some students join graduate management trainee programmes and some have been offered jobs with the SME company for whom they completed their consultancy project.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||No academic background in business or economics required|
|Begin||September or January (selected routes)|
Application deadlines – 31 July for a September start, 30 November for a January start