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This course is intended for bright graduates wishing to prepare more fully for a career in business and management and who seek to improve their prospects of securing a valued management career. Read more
This course is intended for bright graduates wishing to prepare more fully for a career in business and management and who seek to improve their prospects of securing a valued management career.

[Who is the course aimed at]]
It is aimed at those who lack the work experience to undertake an MBA, but who want to develop their understanding of management and their powers of critical evaluation of business scenarios. It can also act as preparation for those who may be considering undertaking research or research degrees in the field of management.

What you will Learn

You will learn about the latest developments in management thinking and develop your abilities to grasp, evaluate and propose solutions to complex management scenarios. The course is intended to challenge existing management thinking and offers recent and relevant insights into the complexities of the management process.

Your grasp of pragmatic and theoretical approaches will be honed by the development of critical faculties to enhance your employment prospects and prepare you for the world of management.

No matter what part of industry or commerce you wish to work in, the MA Management degree will assist you in gaining a critical understanding of the problems and challenges facing enterprises and organisations and equip you with the analytical and critical faculties to identify potential solutions. These qualities are sought by prestigious employers.

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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The well-established and challenging MBA programme at the University of Bolton is designed to inspire and support you in the development of your business and managerial skills. Read more
The well-established and challenging MBA programme at the University of Bolton is designed to inspire and support you in the development of your business and managerial skills. It will enhance your awareness of the many different perspectives relating to the study and practice of management.

What the Course offers

The Bolton MBA will give you the knowledge, skills and detailed understanding that will enable you to develop as a bold, creative business leader – and make a positive and valuable contribution to business performance in whatever roles you undertake.

The course is designed to provide a comprehensive grounding in all the key aspects of personal business skills and managerial development. You will be challenged to analyse and examine the business environment and understand different business models. You will also be given the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts to your personal and organisational settings by examining many of the challenges that businesses face on a day-to-day basis.

Whatever industry or business sector you work in, the MBA course will support you in gaining a critical understanding of the challenging business and management concepts and frameworks that will allow you to contribute to business success. You will be provided with the tools to enhance both your professional and managerial capabilities and your life-long career prospects.

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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The MBA (Graduate) is a full-time career development programme for those with little or no work experience. This course focuses on developing the leadership and management skills needed in today’s global economy. Read more
The MBA (Graduate) is a full-time career development programme for those with little or no work experience. This course focuses on developing the leadership and management skills needed in today’s global economy. You will gain a critical knowledge of organisations and their management, and develop a creative and systematic approach to understanding business issues. You will also develop knowledge of how to improve business, leadership and management practice in your organisation, along with transferable skills that will help you work with self-direction and originality.

What you will learn

You will study a contemporary curriculum which focusses on the key functional areas such as leadership and management, human resource management (HRM), financial and strategic management and more. The aim is to develop your leadership and management competencies and prepare you for new areas of responsibility.

We use a wide range of teaching and learning methods including lectures, workshops, tutorials (group and individual) and guest speakers. The use of case studies, business games and the completion of a consultancy project will give you the opportunity to examine how business theories and concepts apply to real world leadership and management practice.

While studying the MBA you will develop the intellectual capabilities of research, critique, synthesis and innovation, culminating in your completion of the consultancy project. The academic and professional skills you gain will support your career development and help you succeed in further study.

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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You may already be working professionally in the field you wish to research or you may already have extensive knowledge of your field. Read more
You may already be working professionally in the field you wish to research or you may already have extensive knowledge of your field. Alternatively, you may be a business professional with the basis of your research in mind, looking for a way to formalise and extend your knowledge and skills within the framework of a research degree.

The award of a UK doctorate is based solely upon individual research, presented in the form of a thesis.

We expect prospective candidates to have a good honours degree or its equivalent in a relevant discipline. You may also have an appropriate masters degree, or other demonstrable research experience and writing skills.

The doctorate-level programmes at the BLIS Research Centre are intended for professionals, graduates and career-minded individuals seeking to develop as a managerial, industrial, or academic professional in their chosen field of study. You should be seeking the knowledge that will allow you to respond operationally and strategically to the demands of, and function effectively within, a wide range of business and academic environments, and have a desire to make a significant contribution to knowledge in the field and to your own career development.

Research topics

- supply chain management

- global logistics

- information systems for supply chain and logistics

- use of open systems in business and management

- information systems and management

- strategic exploitation of ICT

- e-business

- strategy

- knowledge management

- operations management

- process modelling

- SME research

- risk management

- virtual learning environments (VLEs)

- music and creative technologies business.

Available projects

Projects which are currently being undertaken by research degree candidates include:

The use of open source ERP system in SMEs;

North West Aerospace supply chain restructuring;

Knowledge portals for SMEs;

The use of open source product development management tools;

Applying patterns to web services based solutions of Internal Enterprise Applications Integration (EAI) within small to medium businesses (SMEs);

The role of customer service in B2B marketing;

Portfolio incomes and the live music industry;

Artist development in the dance music genre;

E-marketing in the UK grocery retailing sector.

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This programme is for students who want a management career that takes them around the world or who will work within international organisations with multi-country operations. Read more
This programme is for students who want a management career that takes them around the world or who will work within international organisations with multi-country operations. The focus will be on global decision-making and the role of management in a cross-cultural context.

Overseas students wishing to study in a different culture will find this course attractive, as will UK students wanting to develop international knowledge and experience of a wide range of cultures.

The course will develop your intellectual capabilities of research, critique, synthesis and innovation, culminating in a masters’ level dissertation. You will develop academic and professional skills that will allow opportunities for career development and further study. You will also gain lifelong learning skills and develop on a personal level so that you are able to work with self-direction and originality and to contribute to business and society at large.

What you will learn

The MSc International Management programme offers a suite of contemporary modules which allow you to develop your knowledge of organisations and their management in today’s fast-moving global economy.

Modules are as follows:

Research and Study Skills

Business Development

Financial Management and Decision Making

HR in a Global Context

Information Systems and Business Performance

Strategic Management

International Marketing Management

Research Methods

Dissertation

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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This MSc programme is designed to offer an advanced degree for students who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of the use of information technology in modern business environments. Read more
This MSc programme is designed to offer an advanced degree for students who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of the use of information technology in modern business environments. Rising above the technology, on this course students take a broad view of the management and exploitation of information systems in modern business. This higher level focus makes it a popular course among those in IT management positions.

If you are looking to move into computing from another discipline, but do not have a technical background, this course will be suitable for you. Alternatively, you may have already studied IT or computing and be looking to gain broader skills that will allow you to move into an IT management career.

You will gain a deep understanding of information technologies and their use in modern organisations. This will include a clear understanding of current and emerging problems in information systems. You will also gain insights into how these problems can be overcome by utilising recent innovations to provide solutions in a business environment.

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering. Read more
This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.

The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton.

Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.

In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton only.

What you will study

You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.

Electronic pathway modules

Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).

Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).

Electronic Engineering: Microprocessor-based Systems (EEM4016) or Microcontrollers (AMI4655); Signal Processing (EEM4011) or Digital Signal Processing (AMI4622).

Project (EEM5001).

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This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering. Read more
This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.

The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton.

Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.

In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton only.

What you will study

You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.

Electronic pathway modules
Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).

Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).

Electronic Engineering: Microprocessor-based Systems (EEM4016) or Microcontrollers (AMI4655); Signal Processing (EEM4011) or Digital Signal Processing (AMI4622).

Project (EEM5001).

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering. Read more
This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.

The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton.

Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.

In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton only.

What you will study

You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.

Mechanical pathway modules
Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).

Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).

Mechanical Engineering: Monitoring of Mechanical Systems (EEM4018); Advanced Production Engineering (EEM4019).

Project (EEM5001).

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering. Read more
This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.

The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton.

Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.

In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton only.

What you will study

You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.

Mechanical pathway modules

Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).

Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).

Mechanical Engineering: Monitoring of Mechanical Systems (EEM4018); Advanced Production Engineering (EEM4019).

Project (EEM5001).

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering. Read more
This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.

The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton.

Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.

In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton only.

What you will study

You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.

Mechatronic pathway modules

Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).

Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).

Electronic Engineering: Microprocessor-based Systems (EEM4016) or Microcontrollers (AMI4655).

Mechanical Engineering: Advanced Production Engineering (EEM4019).

Project (EEM5001).

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering. Read more
This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.

The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton.

Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.

In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton only.

What you will study

You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.

Mechatronic pathway modules

Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).

Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).

Electronic Engineering: Microprocessor-based Systems (EEM4016) or Microcontrollers (AMI4655).

Mechanical Engineering: Advanced Production Engineering (EEM4019).

Project (EEM5001).

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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The MBA Top-up is a fast track programme for those who already have a post graduate qualification in management. A key element of this programme is the MBA dissertation. Read more
The MBA Top-up is a fast track programme for those who already have a post graduate qualification in management. A key element of this programme is the MBA dissertation.

A variety of teaching and learning methods provide access to learning to meet a range of learner needs and are aimed at; widening participation amongst learners, avoiding exclusion and developing learner skills in both academic and workplace arenas. The methods employed include: lectures; workshops; tutorials (group and individual) and guest speakers.

However individual tutors are free to introduce techniques that they view as especially suitable in aiding learning in their specialist area. The learning and teaching strategy for each individual module is detailed in the module guides that you will receive at the beginning of each semester.

What you will learn

Depending upon the syllabus of your previous programme of study, you will have the opportunity to study one of the taught modules outlined below in addition to the Research Methods and Academic Skills module and the Dissertation.

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The MSc Accounting and Financial Strategy degree is designed for professionals working in the business and finance sector. Read more
The MSc Accounting and Financial Strategy degree is designed for professionals working in the business and finance sector. Successful completion of the course will support your development in a business finance career, in particular strategic accounting, in UK public and private sector businesses or international organisations.

You will develop your understanding of the principles and practice of financial strategy and accounting, the context in which they operate and how they are managed. You will learn the applied skills involved in financial reporting and strategic planning, as well as wider management issues such as corporate and social responsibility, risk management and e-business strategies and models.

The course includes teaching on research methods and study skills that will support your learning by providing an understanding of a range of research tools and analytical techniques, as well as enhancing critical and investigative skills which can be applied in your professional practice.

The MSc in Accounting and Financial Strategy is designed to give you an advantage in an increasingly global employment market. Possession of this qualification demonstrates your commitment to learning (and life-long learning) to employers seeking talented employees who have acted to prepare themselves for challenging careers. Successful completion of the MSc in Accounting and Financial Strategy will give you greater confidence and the transferable skills to help businesses develop and prosper.

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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Research degree supervision is available in a number of areas within the social sciences and humanities. These include leisure and sport history; leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing; leisure, sport and physical activity policy; and community regeneration. Read more
Research degree supervision is available in a number of areas within the social sciences and humanities. These include leisure and sport history; leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing; leisure, sport and physical activity policy; and community regeneration.

With the construction of a health and wellbeing centre on the University campus, the school is particularly keen to receive proposals that explore the relationships between leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing.

The University’s Centre for Worktown Studies, working in close co-operation with Bolton Museum and Archive Service, provides a portal for the academic use of the Humphrey Spender ‘Worktown’ photographs taken for Mass Observation in the 1930s. In this context, we would be interested in applications that explore the potential of these images in enhancing our understanding of leisure practices and experiences in this period.

For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad

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