Switching to the one-year Master’s in Management will not be possible once you begin this programme at LSE. Therefore, please ensure you choose the programme you apply for carefully, as there will not be any opportunity to transfer. We use a variety of teaching and learning methods to help you make the most of your studies.
Offer conditions will vary depending on the institution you are applying from. Generally, we do not accept applications from students studying at Affiliate Colleges. Candidates that do not currently meet the set entry requirements may have the option to study the two-yearManagement with Integrated Pre-Masters programme. We ensure students experience innovative and engaging educational pathways, alongside supportive staff and excellent research facilities.
- Concepts of probability, severity, uncertainty, anticipation, resilience, robustness and bias are explored.
- You will be able to demonstrate a critical appreciation of relevant theory and how it can be applied in practice to manage people, organisations and their external environments.
- A way of receiving a high level of support as the study groups are smaller.
- All modules are indicative only, and may be subject to change for your year of entry.
- Students applying for the MBA exchange must demonstrate to the GMiM programme office that they meet the relevant work experience requirement through a certification process taking place in November of the first year of the GMiM programme.
Discover the real experiences of learning at Bayes and how Bayes helped to boost our graduates’ careers. In this module you will utilise use skills and knowledge gained during the first two terms in order to carry out a consulting project for a company selected by Bayes. This is an integrative module addressing both the theoretical and practical issues of entrepreneurship.
Special emphasis is given to understanding practical implications of marketing and consumer behaviour theories. The module provides insights into how accounting is embedded in a socio-economic context and how accounting is shaped by this context. Designed for those without a business background, this Management masters offers high-level training across the most compelling areas of business. This course will arm you with specialist knowledge of topics such as strategy, innovation and organisational behaviour. A Company project with a local business where you will work in a team of four students on providing a viable solution to a current business issue you will discuss with the company. You will then also have an opportunity to write a reflective paper summarising your experience and consolidating your learning.
We offer a unique approach to Management, with a truly in-depth and rigorous learning experience. Alongside a foundation in the fundamental knowledge and skills essential for managers today, you will also have the opportunity to specialise and apply what you’ve learned in practice. Graduates are equipped with broad-based knowledge and skills and can offer informed contributions to a wide range of roles in business.
For some institutions/degrees we will ask for different grades to above, so this is only a guide. She currently researches corporate governance and is a consultant on governance issues for the Greek government. Dr Zahra Sharifonnasabi Lecturer in Marketing Dr Zahra Sharifonnasabi is a lecturer and Assistant Professor at Queen Mary.
Please be assured that we will treat your information with the utmost care in accordance with relevant data protection legislation and the University’s policy on data protection, which is available to view on the University’s website. We will only pass your details onto relevant third parties in relation to your potential application to the University of Hertfordshire. Your data will be stored in our CRM systems which will be used to support you in your application and keep you informed about the University. Teaching is based at Queen Mary’s mainMile End campus, one of the largest self-contained residential campuses in the capital. Our location in the heart of London’s East End offers a rich cultural environment. Dr Elena Baglioni Senior Lecturer in Global Supply Chain Management Dr Baglioni researches historical processes of development in low income countries, with reference to sub-Saharan Africa.
Based in the triple-accredited Leeds University Business School, researchers, consultants and professional practitioners contribute to your learning. At the University of Hertfordshire, we want to make sure your time studying with us is as stress-free and rewarding as possible. We offer a range of support services including; student wellbeing, academic support, accommodation and childcare to ensure that you make the most of your time at Herts and can focus on studying and having fun. Throughout the course, you’ll benefit from access to a rich academic culture and be taught by staff from a range of management professionals and professors. Problem-solving skills are explored, developed and enhanced giving you the opportunity to be a creative, imaginative and independent learner from the start. Through the use of real-life case studies, group work, presentations; you’ll develop essential skills for the modern business world.
These will include lectures, seminars, workshops, online learning and tutorials. The list shown below represents typical modules/components studied and may change from time to time. Thanks to our strong links with businesses worldwide, you’ll have opportunities to connect with leaders from a range of organisations.
Develop Advanced Skills In Multiple Areas Of Business Management
In this term we transfer significant curriculum content choice to students which will increase not only your satisfaction with the course but also develop your potential, as course content can be tailored to your personal interests and career aims. The probability and statistics module will assume that students will arrive with no knowledge of probability or statistics. All of our MSc courses start with two compulsory induction weeks which include relevant refresher courses, an introduction to the careers services and the annual careers fair. The Business School has a number of exciting partnerships with industry, consultants, government agencies and NGOs who work with our students on dissertations and projects. Our Student Development Team will support your career aspirations by focusing on key skills such as teamwork, networking, and job search strategies.