• Swansea University Featured Masters Courses
  • Leeds Beckett University Featured Masters Courses
  • Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Featured Masters Courses
  • Imperial College London Featured Masters Courses
  • University of Edinburgh Featured Masters Courses
  • University of York Featured Masters Courses
  • Regent’s University London Featured Masters Courses
De Montfort University Featured Masters Courses
University of Southampton Featured Masters Courses
Southampton Solent University Featured Masters Courses
University of Sussex Featured Masters Courses
Aberdeen University Featured Masters Courses
"warwick"×
0 miles

Masters Degrees (Warwick)

  • "warwick" ×
  • clear all
Showing 1 to 15 of 325
Order by 
Ranked in the world’s top 25, the Warwick Executive MBA will give you the strategic leadership skills you need to make an immediate impact. Read more
Ranked in the world’s top 25, the Warwick Executive MBA will give you the strategic leadership skills you need to make an immediate impact

Our world renowned teaching and research combined with our innovative culture and comprehensive leadership and development support will give you the skills, aptitude and vision you need to start your own business, fast track to the C-suite, or to transform your career by redefining your next steps.

Our impressive rankings and high quality teaching attract the most ambitious and dynamic executives, ensuring you’re learning both from and with the best. Your class size will typically be between 25 – 40 executives allowing you to fully integrate and build strong connections that last a lifetime.

Why WBS?

Constantly innovating

We have a long standing reputation for innovation and rightly so. We are a proud part of the global research power house that is the University of Warwick. Our desire to do things differently lies in our foundations, our research, our academics and our methods of teaching. This is evidenced by our ground breaking research in areas such as Big Data and Behavioural Science and by the fact leadership is embedded in, rather than added on to the Warwick Executive MBA.

Our desire to challenge the status quo through our creative approach to teaching uses different scenarios and elements of acting to empower executives to discover new approaches and solutions to some of the biggest business issues.

Challenging business insights with real world application

Entrepreneurial in spirit and practice, we break new ground with our global business insights and empower our students to make a difference in the business and wider world. We do this by constantly challenging ourselves to take teaching and learning beyond the classroom by bringing in leading experts as Professors of Practice and as visiting lecturers. It is this real world knowledge married with our outstanding inter-disciplinary, global research that enables us to build links with international organisations like Jaguar Land Rover, Amazon and Deloitte.

Creating influential global leaders

The success of our approach is evident as our graduates are making an impact in all sectors and all areas of the world. From leading management consultancies to start-ups, from charities to FTSE 100 companies, our graduates are global leaders operating out of over 140 countries.

Business begins here, lives are transformed, leaders are created.

Our location

Residential modules are delivered at the University of Warwick campus, which is on the doorstep of historic Leamington Spa, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwick and Coventry. Our cosmopolitan campus allows you to fully immerse yourself in your studies, giving you time away from work to reflect and take advantage of the green landscape around you.

We are only a 20 minute drive from Birmingham city centre and just over an hour’s train ride from to London. Executives who join us from overseas can fly directly to Birmingham Airport, a short 15 minute drive from campus.

Specialisms

Study our Executive MBA with optional Healthcare, Finance, Entrepreneurship or Strategic Leadership specialism to equip yourself with specialist knowledge of your chosen industry.

Read less
As a Global Shakespeare Masters student you will be at the centre of a unique initiative to engage with, critique, and develop ideas of globalisation, interdisciplinarity and translation that inform a new approach to the study of Shakespeare. Read more

Overview

As a Global Shakespeare Masters student you will be at the centre of a unique initiative to engage with, critique, and develop ideas of globalisation, interdisciplinarity and translation that inform a new approach to the study of Shakespeare. Global Shakespeare is committed to the idea of the ‘student as producer’ and you will be invited to work with leading Shakespearians in the production of new knowledge in the field. Scholars such as David Schalkywk, Tony Howard, Jonothan Neelands, Carol Rutter, Jerry Brotton, and Paul Prescott will contribute to the MA as well as internationally recognised Fulbright Fellows. They will work with you through a variety of modules and activities that allow you to form a critical perspective on Shakespeare as a global cultural phenomenon, from Elizabethan England through his transformations and translations to the twenty-first century, and to understand Shakespeare as a catalyst and as a site of resistance to globalisation. You will consider Shakespeare in online media and in films by internationally-acclaimed directors. The course will investigate theoretical, historical, performance and pedagogical approaches to Shakespeare’s global afterlives and provide a rich mix of intellectual activity that will support you in your emergence as a Shakespearean without borders.

The Global Shakespeare MA provides a unique opportunity to experience postgraduate life with two world-leading institutions with strong expertise in the fields of Shakespeare, Renaissance studies, performance and Modern Languages- Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and The University of Warwick. QMUL’s campus, minutes from the heart of London, will enable you to access a wide variety of theatrical performances in venues such as the Globe, Donmar Warehouse, National Theatre and visiting the unrivaled museums, libraries and archives of the capital such as The British Library and the National Archives at Kew. The University of Warwick, will see you in close proximity to Stratford-upon-Avon with access to performance at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and the outstanding research facilities and international collection of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
This programme is ideal for graduates wishing to enter careers in academia, research, cultural organisations, theatres, teaching, publishing, journalism, film and new media.
For more info visit: http://www.globalshakespeare.ac.uk

On this programme you will:

*Gain a joint Masters degree from University of Warwick and Queen Mary University of London- and have access to support and facilities at both these world leading institutions

*Attend performances of Shakespeare and engage with actors and directors in London and Stratford-upon-Avon

*Be taught by scholars and practitioners from around the world including journalists, directors, actors and translators

*Have the opportunity to gain editorial and reviewing experience by contributing to the new electronic journal – Global Shakespeare and to ReviewingShakespeare.com

*Be part of an emerging research area in the field of Shakespeare study

Structure

You will spend semester one at Queen Mary University of London and semester two at Warwick. You can choose at which institution you spend your dissertation period.

You will take four assessed modules before proceeding to a 15,000-word dissertation.

Compulsory modules

At Queen Mary University of London:

Global Shakespeare: History and Theory and Performance

This module introduces you to historical, methodological and material dimensions of studying Shakespeare in a global context by a generic study and close reading of Shakespeare and his writing in a historical context, and an examination of the afterlife of his plays as they have been read, performed, adapted and translated both linguistically and through various media in a global context.

At the University of Warwick:

Practices of Translation: Or How to Do Things with Shakespeare

This module focuses on the transformations of Shakespeare’s texts by a range of translational practices, in the broadest sense of the word. Offering you the chance to experiment with different models of translation it will allow you to develop your own models and practice as a “translator” of Shakespeare in relation to performance criticism, literary translation and active pedagogy, especially in relation to the ways in which Shakespeare has been 'translated' into languages, performance practices, cultural contexts and in the new media across the world.

Optional modules

You will choose two modules from a full list of options across varied disciplines such as English, Drama and Theatre, Modern Languages, History and Geography.

At QMUL options may include:

*Global Interests in the Shakespearian World
*Public and Private Cultures in Renaissance England
*Post-colonialism Language and Identity
*Early Modern Drama

At Warwick options may include:

*Reviewing Shakespeare
*Shakespeare in Performance
*Translation Studies in Theory and Practice
*The Legacies of Caliban in Latin America and the Caribbean

Read less
Note. this MPhil can be developed into a PHD. The Oxford-Warwick Programme is run jointly between the Department of Statistics at Warwick and the University of Oxford. Read more
Note: this MPhil can be developed into a PHD.

The Oxford-Warwick Programme is run jointly between the Department of Statistics at Warwick and the University of Oxford. Offered through a Centre for Doctoral Training, it specialises in the theory, methods and applications of Statistical Science for 21st century data-intensive environments and large-scale models. It is the first centre of its type in the world, designed to equip our PhDs for careers in both academia and industry.

This is a joint-programme between the University of Warwick, and the University of Oxford, for more information please see the Oxford site: http://www.oxwasp-cdt.ac.uk/

Read less
The MA enables the you to make a distinctive contribution to higher education careers work through independent research. It is approved by the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) and designed and taught in partnership with this professional body. Read more
The MA enables the you to make a distinctive contribution to higher education careers work through independent research. It is approved by the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) and designed and taught in partnership with this professional body. It is also approved by the Career Development Institute (CDI) as meeting the qualification requirement for the UK Register of Career Development Professionals.

Areas of Study

There are two pathways available within the MA in Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education: Route A and Route B. It is not necessary to finalise preferred route at the time of application as this can be confirmed later. Both pathways enable direct entry to the MA.

Route A
Route A includes the 3 x core 20 credit modules (including the Research Project module), a choice of 3 x 20 credit optional modules from the table below and a 60 credit module completed via a 15,000 word Dissertation (A). All participants start with the core modules: Career Development Theories and the next available Challenges of Careers Work in Higher Education module. These modules run twice a year (key dates) and further details are available in AGCAS events calendar).

Route B
Route B includes the 3 x core 20 credit modules detailed below (including the Research Project module), a choice of 1 x 20 credit module, and a 100 credit module completed via a 25,000 word Dissertation (B). This route is particularly suitable if you have a relevant prior qualification and experience.

Support and supervision

There is significant support available through the extended course team consisting of Phil McCash (Warwick), Gill Frigerio (Warwick), Sharon West (Warwick), Linda Byrne (AGCAS), Jan Cornish (AGCAS) and a large group of highly experienced AGCAS Trainers and Mentors. Dissertation students are allocated a dissertation supervisor. Supervision is provided to assist you with undertaking an initial literature review, constructing research questions and designing a methodology. There is considerable experience available within the course team and most topics connected with higher education careers work can be pursued.

Overseas applicants

Part-time international and EU applicants are welcomed. We have received successful applications from a range of countries including the UK, Ireland, Norway, France, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, USA, China and Australia. Full-time applicants are advised to consider our MA Career Development and Coaching Studies (PL 561).

HECSU Bursary

The Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) provides the HECSU Training Bursary Scheme to support participants on this joint AGCAS and University of Warwick course.

Progression

Former students have gone on to publish and disseminate their work in a range of academic and professional contexts. Our graduates occupy a range of roles in higher education careers work including management, education and career coaching. PhD opportunities are available at Warwick within the Centre for Lifelong Learning and the Warwick Institute for Employment Research.

Read less
Ranked in the world’s top 25, the Warwick Executive MBA will give you the strategic leadership skills you need to make an immediate impact. Read more
Ranked in the world’s top 25, the Warwick Executive MBA will give you the strategic leadership skills you need to make an immediate impact

Our world renowned teaching and research combined with our innovative culture and comprehensive leadership and development support will give you the skills, aptitude and vision you need to start your own business, fast track to the C-suite, or to transform your career by redefining your next steps.

Our impressive rankings and high quality teaching attract the most ambitious and dynamic executives, ensuring you’re learning both from and with the best. Your class size will typically be between 20 – 40 participants allowing you to fully integrate and build strong connections that last a lifetime.

Why WBS?

Challenging business insights with real world application

Entrepreneurial in spirit and practice, we break new ground with our global business insights and empower our students to make a difference in the business and wider world. We do this by constantly challenging ourselves to take teaching and learning beyond the classroom by bringing in leading experts as Professors of Practice and as visiting lecturers. It is this real world knowledge married with our outstanding inter-disciplinary, global research that enables us to build links with international organisations like Jaguar Land Rover, Amazon and Deloitte.

Learning in London, the financial capital of the world[

Opened in June 2015 on the 17th floor of The Shard, WBS London houses a 100-seat lecture theatre and a smaller one at 80 seats, plus eight seminar rooms and an IT lab. The Shard is situated next to London Bridge so getting to us from anywhere in London couldn’t be easier. Our Warwick campus is just over an hour’s train ride from London.

Constantly innovating

We have a long standing reputation for innovation and rightly so. We are a proud part of the global research power house that is the University of Warwick. Our desire to do things differently lies in our foundations, our research, our academics and our methods of teaching. This is evidenced by our ground breaking research in areas such as Big Data and Behavioural Science and by the fact leadership is embedded in, rather than added on to the Warwick Executive MBA.

Our desire to challenge the status quo through our creative approach to teaching uses different scenarios and elements of acting to empower executives to discover new approaches and solutions to some of the biggest business issues.

Creating influential global leaders

The success of our approach is evident as our graduates are making an impact in all sectors and all areas of the world. From leading management consultancies to start-ups, from charities to FTSE 100 companies, our graduates are global leaders operating out of over 140 countries.

Business begins here, lives are transformed, leaders are created.

Specialisms

Study our Executive MBA with optional Healthcare, Finance, Entrepreneurship or Strategic Leadership specialism to equip yourself with specialist knowledge of your chosen industry.

Read less
The Advanced Leaders Programme trains healthcare professionals with established expertise in diabetes to facilitate and teach the University of Warwick assessed and accredited courses in their local district. Read more
The Advanced Leaders Programme trains healthcare professionals with established expertise in diabetes to facilitate and teach the University of Warwick assessed and accredited courses in their local district.
Courses available in local districts include:
-Certificate in Diabetes Care (CIDC).
-Management of Diabetes in Hospital and Clinical Areas (MDHCA).
-Optimising Glycaemic control.

This is a 1-2 day residential programme held at the University of Warwick. The cost of the Advanced Leaders' course also includes delivery of your first course with 25 students. Please contact the course co-ordinator for current charges.

Advanced Leaders are expected to:
-Be a skilled and credible practitioner.
-Have proven ability to facilitate, enable and support service developments.
-Be proactive in championing change and enlisting the help of others.

About the advanced leaders course

This leadership course is about facilitating change in the delivery of diabetes care in local areas. It prepares Advanced Leaders to motivate other people, deliver high quality multi-disciplinary education and achieve service improvement by applying learning to the practical application of managing diabetes.

Advanced Leaders learn about their role and responsibilities in planning, organising and assessing the teaching of the CIDC/MDHCA/OGC courses in association with locally identified experts in diabetes and other relevant subjects.

The cost of this course is normally covered when a Distance Delivery programme is booked by a healthcare organisation

How does the course work?

Advanced Leaders attend a 1 - 2 day residential course at the University of Warwick. Two or more individuals from an area are trained together on the programme which can be adapted to suited specific organisations.

Advanced leaders will then receive a Honorary Contract with the University of Warwick and be provided with the title of Honorary Teaching Fellow in Education and Development.

Read less
This is a new interdisciplinary degree that allows you to combine study of philosophy with any or all of three arts disciplines. Read more
This is a new interdisciplinary degree that allows you to combine study of philosophy with any or all of three arts disciplines. Warwick has been a home for interdisciplinary work in philosophy and literature since the early days of the university, and this new degree is the successor to Warwick’s long-standing MA in Philosophy and Literature.

The degree is designed to take advantage of Warwick’s strengths across Philosophy, English and Comparative Literary Studies, History of Art, and Film and Television Studies. Warwick has excellent research strength in all of these areas, and it also has lively scholarly interaction across these fields, especially through the programming of the Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts. On this programme, you will participate in this intellectual community, pursue advanced study in two or more disciplines, and address questions about philosophy and the arts that speak to your individual interests.

A first degree in philosophy is not required for you to study on this programme. However, some grounding in theoretical study of one or more arts is essential.

You will take a core module entitled Topics in Philosophy and the Arts, and then the further structure of the degree will depend on whether you choose to take the dissertation or non-dissertation route. If you write a dissertation you will take a total of four modules (allowing a choice from two departments in addition to Philosophy). Your project can be supervised by faculty members from any of the contributing departments. If you take the non dissertation route you will take six modules in total (allowing a choice of modules from all four contributing departments).

Read less
The course consists of six 20 credit modules. two core and four optional. Each module is taught via a blend of contact time and distance learning. Read more

Areas of study

The course consists of six 20 credit modules: two core and four optional. Each module is taught via a blend of contact time and distance learning. The blend varies according to each module (see module table).

Teaching methods

The course involves both independent study, tutorials and group teaching. Its flexible nature means that you can plot an individual track through the course and use the virtual and physical learning environments to make contact with others. Everyone will start with the core modules: Career Development Theories and the next available Challenges of Careers Work in Higher Education module. These modules run twice a year (see dates and further details in AGCAS events calendar).

Support

There is significant individual support available through the extended course team consisting of Phil McCash (Warwick), Gill Frigerio (Warwick), Sharon West (Warwick), Linda Byrne (AGCAS), Jan Cornish (AGCAS) and a large group of highly experienced AGCAS Trainers and Mentors.

Overseas applicants

Part-time international and EU applicants are welcomed. We have received successful applications from a range of countries including the UK, Ireland, Norway, France, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, USA, China and Australia.

HECSU Bursary

The Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) provides the HECSU Training Bursary Scheme to support participants on this joint AGCAS and University of Warwick course.

Progression

Former students now occupy a range of roles in higher education careers work including management, education and career coaching. Many students progress from the PG Diploma CEIGHE to the MA CEIGHE.

Read less
The PG Certificate develops a foundation of knowledge and skills for all staff involved in higher education careers and employability work. Read more
The PG Certificate develops a foundation of knowledge and skills for all staff involved in higher education careers and employability work. The course is designed if you are new to the work and/or if you wish to enrol on a shorter course than the PG Diploma and MA. It is approved by the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) and designed and taught in partnership with this professional body. It is also approved by the Career Development Institute (CDI) as meeting the qualification requirement for the UK Register of Career Development Professionals.

Teaching Methods

The PG Certificate consists of four modules: two core 20 credit modules and two 10 credit optional modules. All modules are taught via a blend of contact time and distance learning. The blend varies according to each module (see table). The course involves engaging in significant amounts of both independent study and group teaching. Its flexible nature means that you can plot an individual track through the course and use the virtual and physical learning environments to make contact with others. Everyone will start with the core modules: Career Development Theories and the next available Challenges of Careers Work in Higher Education module. These modules run twice a year (see dates and further details in the AGCAS events calendar).

Support

There is significant individual support available through the extended course team consisting of Phil McCash (Warwick), Gill Frigerio (Warwick), Sharon West (Warwick), Linda Byrne (AGCAS), Jan Cornish (AGCAS) and highly experienced AGCAS Trainers and Mentors.

Overseas applicants

Part-time international and EU applicants are welcomed. We have received successful applications from a range of countries including the UK, Ireland, Norway, France, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, USA, China and Australia.

HECSU Bursary

The Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) provides the HECSU Training Bursary Scheme to support participants on this joint AGCAS & University of Warwick course.

Progression

Former students now occupy a range of roles in higher education careers work including management, education and career coaching. Many students progress from the PG Certificate CEIGHE to the PG Diploma or MA CEIGHE.

Read less
Note. this MPhil can be developed into a PHD. Warwick's Psychology department has three distinctive assets for providing postgraduate research training. Read more
Note: this MPhil can be developed into a PHD.

Psychology research at Warwick

Warwick's Psychology department has three distinctive assets for providing postgraduate research training. First, the current academic staff are internationally recognised researchers in their respective fields and in the last REF Warwick Psychology came 7th out of more than 80 UK psychology departments for research outputs. Second, we currently have a thriving group of postgraduate students carrying out a wide variety of research. Third, we consider the laboratory facilities at Warwick to be among the best at any Psychology department in the UK.

Read less
An intensive post-experiential course in core management skills geared towards the needs of professionals working within health care whose management responsibilities may range from managing themselves, a team, a practice, a department or a locality. Read more
An intensive post-experiential course in core management skills geared towards the needs of professionals working within health care whose management responsibilities may range from managing themselves, a team, a practice, a department or a locality.
-Designed by Warwick Medical School in collaboration with the internationally acclaimed Warwick Business School, this course should appeal to all clinicians and social care professionals who have managerial responsibilities.
-Lectures, guided reading, structured debate, simulation and group exercises will support your learning throughout this module. You will be encouraged to draw upon your own experiences and to apply these during the sessions.
-Please look through (PDF Document) Hints and Tips which will give you a flavour of what the course entails and our expectations.

Options

-Core module on MSc in Advanced Critical Care Practice and MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice.
-Optional core module on Masters in Public Health and Masters in Medical Education
-Not sure an MSc is for you? Take this module as a Postgraduate Award. Contact us for more information:

Read less
Increased public scrutiny has highlighted the need to strengthen leadership within the healthcare sector. This course brings together expertise from Warwick Medical School and Warwick Business School to focus specifically on the skills and behaviours needed to rise to these challenges. Read more
Increased public scrutiny has highlighted the need to strengthen leadership within the healthcare sector.

This course brings together expertise from Warwick Medical School and Warwick Business School to focus specifically on the skills and behaviours needed to rise to these challenges.

Course content

Core modules:
-Introduction to Leadership in Health Care
-Finance and Productivity in Health Care
-Improving Safety and Quality in Health Care
-Modules will usually be delivered over five days, split into two blocks (three days + two days) separated by six to eight weeks. This allows time to put into practice what you have learnt and to reflect on your learning.

This PGCert programme will be the foundation for those who wish to progress to Diploma or Masters studies, planned to be available from 2015-16 onwards.

Teaching

Teaching will be provided by a combination of academics with substantial experience of working within the healthcare sector and subject matter experts from the field.

Typical sessions will entail lectures, seminars and workshop formats, with a maximum of 30 attendees, while some elements of the course will be underpinned by online learning.

Students will have access to the full range of library and IT facilities provided by The University of Warwick.

Assessments

There will be a 4,000 word assignment for each module, which will relate to the workplace. Assessments will be submitted online.
All assessments are designed to integrate the theoretical knowledge acquired during the programme with real world application in the workplace.

Read less
Ranked first in the UK and 20th in the world by The Economist, the Warwick Full-time MBA, creates entrepreneurial, creative and effective leaders. Read more
Ranked first in the UK and 20th in the world by The Economist, the Warwick Full-time MBA, creates entrepreneurial, creative and effective leaders

Our Full-time MBA is the catalyst you need to transform your career. Whether you want to change job function, sector, location or simply increase your earning potential, we will give you the confidence and skills to achieve your potential.

Why WBS?

12 immersive months

Our 12 month programme is intense, fast-paced and captivating. With international travel, unlimited coaching, in-depth work with leading companies and a peer group from a range of different industry sectors and cultures, you will grow both personally and academically. Alongside lectures, seminars, group exercises, case studies and projects, you will have the opportunity to participate in one of the most innovative learning experiences available.

Constantly innovating

As a proud part of the University of Warwick, we have a long standing reputation for innovation. Our desire to do things differently lies in our foundations, research and our methods of teaching. This is evidenced by our research in areas such as Big Data and Behavioural Science, in the way leadership is embedded in, rather than added on to the Warwick Full-time MBA and in our teaching which uses scenarios and elements of acting to discover new approaches to the biggest business issues.

Challenging business insights with real world application

Entrepreneurial in spirit and practice, we break new ground with our research. We constantly challenge ourselves to take teaching and learning beyond the classroom by bringing in leading experts as Professors of Practice and visiting lecturers. Our real world knowledge married with our inter-disciplinary, global research enables us to build valuable links with international organisations like Jaguar Land Rover, Amazon and Deloitte.

Read less
Ranked 1st in the world by QS/Top MBA and 1st in the UK and 2nd in the world by the Financial Times, our Distance learning MBA combines inspirational teaching with flexible online learning. Read more
Ranked 1st in the world by QS/Top MBA and 1st in the UK and 2nd in the world by the Financial Times, our Distance learning MBA combines inspirational teaching with flexible online learning.

If you’re looking for a way to accelerate your career, increase your business knowledge and leadership skills and maximise your board level awareness without stepping out of work, our part-time programme could be your next step.

Why WBS?

An innovator and digital leader

We have a long standing reputation for innovation and rightly so. We are a proud part of the global research power house that is the University of Warwick. Our desire to do things differently lies in our foundations, our research, our academics and our teaching methods. Our online learning environment my.wbs has been created by our in-house development team, utilising the latest digital developments to ensure a fully immersive MBA experience.

So much more than just a website, my.wbs enables you to engage in lectures in real time, test your knowledge, watch archived sessions, access teaching materials, connect with other students, participate in global syndicate groups and speak directly to your lecturers and programme team. Because my.wbs is developed and managed in-house, we are able to constantly innovate and improve it to ensure your learning experience remains world leading.

International perspectives

As well as a programme that will give you the skills you need to operate anywhere in the world, our Distance learning MBA welcomes around 400 participants a year from around the globe. This means you are instantly part of a collaborative community who share your goals. These talented, entrepreneurial business minds, along with our 40,000 strong WBS alumni community, will be your global network for life. In addition to the two Warwick Weeks, your tuition fee includes one optional face-to-face module which can be taken during your required or elective modules, you can choose to study either in the UK or in cities such as Berlin, Rome, Dubai, Boston, Beijing and Mexico City.

Challenging business insights with real world application

Entrepreneurial in spirit and practice, we break new ground with our global business insights and empower our students to make a difference in business and the wider world. We do this by constantly challenging ourselves to take teaching and learning beyond the classroom by bringing in leading experts as Professors of Practice and as visiting lecturers. It is this real world knowledge married with our outstanding interdisciplinary, global research that enables us to build links with international organisations like Jaguar Land Rover, Amazon and Deloitte.

Inspiring speakers

We regularly invite guest speakers to Warwick Business School and our base at The Shard, London. Our speakers come from a range of sectors and industries, such as Stephen González, Deputy of Strategic Partnership Office, NASA; Clare Horton, CEO of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home; Claire Alexandre, Head of Commercial & Strategy, Vodafone and Andy Palmer, CEO of Aston Martin.
You can also join our professional networks which regularly host business leaders. Our distinguished practitioner seminars provide exclusive insights from some of the most influential leaders in the UK, such as Alex Aiken, Executive Director for Government Communications. You will be sent invitations to these events and if you are able to attend, this is a great opportunity to gain more insight into the business world and network with the WBS community.

Read less
This programme explores religious, social, economic, political and cultural developments in the early modern world (c.1450-c.1800). Read more

Introduction

This programme explores religious, social, economic, political and cultural developments in the early modern world (c.1450-c.1800).

Early modern history is a core strength of the the Warwick University History Department. Approximately one-third of the Department's academic staff are scholars of the early modern period, from Britain and Europe to the Americas and China.

Course Structure

The first term core module Themes in Early Modern History provides a critical perspective on key themes and introduces you to a range of expertise at Warwick. This runs alongside a module taken by all MA students exploring theories, skills and methods. In the second term you have a choice of two taught modules - each one taking a different topic and exploring it across time and space. These will help you place your early modern interests in religion, gender, empire, consumption or medicine in a comparative framework as well as deepen your acquaintance with relevant ideas and approaches from outside early modern scholarship. These modules enable you to focus on your early modern interests (you can write all your assessed work on early modern themes) whilst situating them in a wider context that will enrich your studies. The final key element is the dissertation - here you have a large amount of freedom to develop a project of your own choice with help and guidance from your supervisor.

MA students are encouraged to engage with the lively early modern research culture at Warwick - you can find out more about the programme of lectures, seminars, workshops and conferences hosted by the department, and about the research projects being undertaken, in the right hand column.

The programme will also help you to acquire the conceptual and practical skills needed to conduct PhD research in Early Modern history.

All our MA courses can be followed on a part-time basis over two years. For further information, please contact the MA Director, Dr Sarah Hodges or the director of the early modern course, Prof. Mark Knights.

Read less

Show 10 15 30 per page


Share this page:

Cookie Policy    X