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Programme Structure

The MSc in Management is delivered on a full-time basis over one academic year.  To give you a complete grounding in the most contemporary principles of management you will undertake a piece of primary research as well as 12 taught modules.  Nine modules are core fundamentals, which you then build on by choosing 3 from an extensive range of elective modules.  This allows you to tailor your learning to what interests you most.

Management Research Project
(continuous throughout the year)

Core Modules - Mandatory
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management & Org. Behaviour
  • Operations Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Financial Analysis
  • Financial Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Research Methods
Specialist Modules
  • Advanced Statement Analysis
  • Wealth Management
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Policy Issues in the international Economy
  • Negotiation: Theory & Practice
  • Strategy & Information Technology
  • Brand Management
  • Global Talent Management

NB - core & specialist modules are subject to change

Management Research Project

A piece of primary research is the capstone of your MSc experience. It allows you to build on your foundational degree should you wish to: students in recent years have undertaken specialist projects at the intersection of cinema and marketing management, fashion and supply chain, and engineering and strategy.
Importantly, you are assigned an experienced member or faculty who will personally mentor you and help you tailor and complete your research: allowing you to showcase what you have learnt in management throughout the year and planning how you can leverage the project to segue into the next stage of your career.  The goal is to reflect on the career that you want to have, and then to craft a piece of research that interests you. 

The Academic Year

Classes are run throughout the academic year over two semesters (from September to December and January to April) with examinations at the end of each semester.  You will have the opportunity to interact and learn side by side our Masters’ students in other disciplines, while retaining the intimacy and distinctiveness of you own class. 

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