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Our MSc in Management (with specialism in International Business) is an intensive one-year programme that offers you a unique opportunity to develop a global perspective to your management practice, while gaining a thorough grounding in the core theories and concepts that are central to a career in management today. Read more
Our MSc in Management (with specialism in International Business) is an intensive one-year programme that offers you a unique opportunity to develop a global perspective to your management practice, while gaining a thorough grounding in the core theories and concepts that are central to a career in management today. Due to the increasing globalisation of organisations, work, our economy and society, this specialism in international business will be relevant to any future career, particularly graduates looking to work for an international organisation.

You will start by studying management theory across a range of core disciplines, including Finance and Accounting, Organisational Behaviour and Strategic Management. In term two you will gain a deeper insight in international business by studying two units that are core to this specialism: International Business and Strategic Human Resource Management. Finally, in the summer term the dissertation provides an opportunity for independent research focused on international business and management.

Our programme is designed for graduates of any discipline who aspire to a career in international business and management. You do not require any prior academic or practical experience in business or management but you need to have an international outlook and a genuine interest in developing innovative and creative solutions to business problems with a global perspective.

You will be part of a dynamic and diverse body of staff and students at the School of Economics, Finance and Management and will be taught by experts, many of whom are actively engaged in conducting pioneering research at international level. Our school was ranked sixth in the UK for its research impact, reflecting the quality and contribution our research plays in shaping policy and practice in the UK, Europe and globally.

Programme structure

Term One

You will study the four core units that are common to all of our MSc Management programmes:

- Finance and Accounting for Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Strategic Management
- Studying Management

Term Two
You will deepen your understanding of international business by studying two core units that are central to this specialism. This will be supported by choosing two further management units, which will broaden your management skills and give you a further opportunity to tailor your studies to your own interests and career aspirations:

- International Business
- Strategic Human Resource Management

Two further management units. Optional units vary from year to year but typically include:
- Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
- Consumer Behaviour
- E-commerce
- Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
- Leadership
- Managerial Economics
- Marketing Management
- Operations Management
- Organisational Creativity
- Project Management
- Strategic Management Accounting

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Term Three
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation (between 12,000 to 15,000 words) in which you will research a current theme or topic in international business. You will be able to tailor your investigation to a setting that reflects your personal interests or future career aspirations. The dissertation provides the perfect opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned in both the management and international business aspects of the programme. It is also a powerful way of showcasing your knowledge and skills to future employers.

Careers

This MSc Management (with specialism in International Business) provides excellent preparation for a career in management. Previous graduates from the School of Economics, Finance and Management have gone on to work around the world at a variety of leading companies, such as Lloyds TSB, L’Oréal, Deutsche Bank, LG Electronics, WHO-US, Hangzhou, Abercrombie and Fitch, and Marks & Spencer.

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Our MSc in Management (with specialism in Entrepreneurship) is an intensive one-year programme that offers you a unique opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding of small business enterprise and entrepreneurship, while gaining a thorough grounding in the core theories and concepts that are central to a career in management today. Read more
Our MSc in Management (with specialism in Entrepreneurship) is an intensive one-year programme that offers you a unique opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding of small business enterprise and entrepreneurship, while gaining a thorough grounding in the core theories and concepts that are central to a career in management today. It will be of particular interest to graduates looking to start your own enterprise, whether that be an online business, a family firm or even a social enterprise.

You will start by studying management theory across a range of core disciplines, including Finance and Accounting, Organisational Behaviour and Strategic Management. In term two you will gain a deeper insight into entrepreneurship by studying two units: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, and Digital Enterprise. Finally, in the summer term the dissertation provides an opportunity for independent research and in-depth investigation into a particular aspect of entrepreneurship.

Our programme is designed for graduates of any discipline who aspire to a career in management. You will not require any prior academic or practical experience in business or management but would benefit from having an inquisitive mind-set and a genuine interest in interrogating research in the field, to develop your knowledge and understanding for use in later practice.

You will be part of a dynamic and diverse body of staff and students at the School of Economics, Finance and Management and will be taught by experts, many of whom are actively engaged in conducting pioneering research at international level. Our school was ranked sixth in the UK for its research impact, reflecting the quality and contribution our research plays in shaping policy and practice in the UK, Europe and globally.

Programme structure

Term One
You will study the four core units that are common to all of our MSc Management programmes:
• Finance and Accounting for Management
• Organisational Behaviour
• Strategic Management
• Studying Management

Term Two
You will deepen your understanding of entrepreneurship by studying two core units that are central to this specialism. This will be supported by choosing two further management units that will broaden your skills and give further opportunity to tailor your studies to your own interests and career aspirations:
• E-commerce
• Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
• Two further management units. Optional units vary from year to year but typically include:
o Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
o Consumer Behaviour
o International Business
o Leadership
o Managerial Economics
o Marketing Management
o Operations Management
o Organisational Creativity
o Project Management
o Strategic Human Resource Management
o Strategic Management Accounting

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Term Three
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation of between 12,000 to 15,000 words in which you will research a current theme or topic in entrepreneurship. You will be able to tailor your investigation to a setting that reflects your personal interests or future career aspirations. The dissertation provides the perfect opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned in both the management and the entrepreneurship aspects of the programme. It is also a powerful way of showcasing your talent to future employers, providing you with the confidence and platform to launch your own business ideas.

Careers

We aim to guide, teach and develop knowledgeable, thoughtful and entrepreneurial people who can apply management techniques from a range of disciplines. This MSc Management (with a specialism in Entrepreneurship) provides excellent preparation for a career in management. Previous graduates from the School of Economics, Finance and Management have gone on to work around the world at a variety of leading companies, such as Lloyds TSB, L’Oréal, Deutsche Bank, LG Electronics, WHO-US, Hangzhou, Abercrombie and Fitch, and Marks & Spencer. We also anticipate that many of our graduates will have the knowledge and confidence to develop their own business.

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Our MSc in Management (with specialism in Marketing) is an intensive one-year programme that offers you a unique opportunity to explore your interest in marketing while gaining a thorough grounding in the core theories and concepts that are central to a career in management today. Read more
Our MSc in Management (with specialism in Marketing) is an intensive one-year programme that offers you a unique opportunity to explore your interest in marketing while gaining a thorough grounding in the core theories and concepts that are central to a career in management today.

You will start by studying management theory across a range of core disciplines including: Finance and Accounting, Organisational Behaviour and Strategic Management. In term two you will gain a deeper knowledge and insight into marketing by studying our two marketing units: Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Management. Finally, in the summer term, the dissertation provides an opportunity for independent research and links your studies to a genuine investigation around a marketing theme.

Our programme is designed for graduates of any discipline who aspire to a career in management and/or marketing. You do not require any prior academic or practical experience in business or management but you need to have a curious and creative mind and a genuine interest in marketing.

You will be part of a dynamic and diverse body of staff and students at the School of Economics, Finance and Management and will be taught by experts, many of whom are actively engaged in conducting pioneering research at international level. Our school was ranked sixth in the UK for its research impact, reflecting the quality and contribution our research plays in shaping policy and practice in the UK, Europe and globally.

Programme structure

Term One
You will study the four core units that are common to all of our MSc Management programmes:
- Finance and Accounting for Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Strategic Management
- Studying Management

Term Two
You will deepen your understanding of marketing and management by studying two marketing units in Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Management. This will be supported by your choice of two further management units that will broaden your skills and give further opportunity to tailor your studies to your own interests and career aspirations.

- Consumer Behaviour
- Marketing Management
- Two further management units. Optional units vary from year to year but typically include:
- Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
- E-Commerce
- Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
- International Business
- Leadership
- Managerial Economics
- Operations Management
- Organisational Creativity
- Project Management
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Strategic Management Accounting

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Term Three
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation of between 12,000 to 15,000 words in which you will research a current theme or topic in marketing. You will be able to tailor your investigation to a setting that reflects your personal interests or future career aspirations. The dissertation provides the perfect opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned in both the management and the marketing aspects of the programme. It is also a powerful way of showcasing your talent to future employers.

Careers

The MSc Management (with specialism in Marketing) provides excellent preparation for a career or further professional training in management and marketing. Previous graduates from the School of Economics, Finance and Management have gone on to work around the world at a variety of leading companies, such as Lloyds TSB, L’Oréal, Deutsche Bank, LG Electronics, WHO-US, Hangzhou, Abercrombie and Fitch, and Marks & Spencer.

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This programme aims to take graduate students with only a limited knowledge of economics, management and/or finance and provide them with an understanding of the key concepts and current issues in the field. Read more
This programme aims to take graduate students with only a limited knowledge of economics, management and/or finance and provide them with an understanding of the key concepts and current issues in the field.

You will read and assess the current literature in the main fields of economics, management and finance and form independent, informed judgements about it. You will then plan and embark on a programme of independent research (under appropriate supervision), undertaking a thorough literature review in a prescribed topic area or analysing economic, management or financial data and relating the results to theory.

The School of Economics, Finance and Management aims to provide excellence in teaching and learning within a stimulating research environment.

Programme structure

Core units
-Economics for Finance and Management
-Finance and Accounting
-Management
-Quantitative Methods for Economics, Finance and Management

Optional units - You will choose one option from each of the key subject areas of economics, finance and management and a fourth option from the entire range on offer. Optional units can vary from time to time but may include:

Economics options:
-Growth, Trade and Structural Change
-Industrial and Managerial Economics
-Introduction to Business and Economic Forecasting
-Introduction to Development Economics
-Law and Economics
-Personnel Economics

Finance and accounting options:
-Corporate Finance
-Financial Markets and Investment
-International Finance
-Introduction to Business and Economic Forecasting

Management options:
-Electronic Commerce
-International Business
-Marketing Management
-Operations Management
-Project Management
-Strategic Management

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Dissertation
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation of up to 15,000 words. A choice of dissertation subject areas is provided and you choose your specific topic from one of these broader areas. Many of the dissertations are literature-based and you will be expected to acquire and use literature search skills for a range of electronic and traditional sources.

Careers

Some past students have gone on to more specialised studies, while others have progressed to employment, with the banking and accounting/consulting sectors being particular favourites.

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This is an intensive, one-year, Master's-level programme for graduates with a wide range of subject backgrounds. You will not require any prior academic or practical experience in business or management. Read more
This is an intensive, one-year, Master's-level programme for graduates with a wide range of subject backgrounds. You will not require any prior academic or practical experience in business or management.

We aim to guide, teach and develop innovative, creative and entrepreneurial people who can apply management techniques from a range of disciplines. You will gain insight into the nature of management, the complexity of organisations and how to manage change ethically.

The programme is designed to give students a good grounding in management theory across a range of core subjects, as well as allowing the opportunity to focus on particular areas of interest as the programme progresses.

Programme structure

Core units
-Finance and Accounting for Management
-Organisational Behaviour
-Strategic Management
-Studying Management

Optional units - Four optional units are chosen. Optional units can vary from year to year but may include:
-Business Ethics
-Electronic Commerce
-Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
-International Business
-Leadership
-Managerial Economics
-Marketing Management
-Operations Management
-Organisational Creativity
-Project Management
-Strategic Human Resources Management
-Strategic Management Accounting

Please note: The number of available places on some units may be capped.

Dissertation
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation of between 12,000 to 15,000 words. A choice of dissertation subject areas is provided and you will be able to choose from a set of dissertation topics in these broader areas. Many of the dissertations are literature-based and you are expected to acquire and use literature search skills for a range of electronic and traditional sources.

Careers

The programme may assist career development generally or can be used as a vehicle to develop skills in particular subject areas, so can provide access to a wide range of careers. Previous graduates of the MSc in Management have gone on to work at a variety of companies all over the world. These include Lloyds TSB, L'Oreal, Prominvest SA, Moscow, Deutsche Bank, LG Electronics, WHO-US, Hangzhou, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Marks & Spencer.

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This highly successful MSc programme us designed for students who want to put greater emphasis on finance, accounting and management topics in their graduate studies. Read more
This highly successful MSc programme us designed for students who want to put greater emphasis on finance, accounting and management topics in their graduate studies. The programme is academically rigorous and tailored to the needs of the current business environment.

In the first term you will develop key skills and a grounding in accounting, finance and management. This will prepare you for the more advanced units taught in the second term. The final part of the MSc is a dissertation. Throughout your studies you will learn and develop academic skills that will be relevant for future employment, such as analysis, synthesis and critical thinking.

Programme structure

Core units
-Finance and Accounting
-Financial Reporting
-Management
-Quantitative Methods for Economics, Finance and Management

Optional units
One option is chosen from each of the key subject areas of accounting, finance and management, and a fourth option is taken from the whole range. Optional units can vary from year to year but may include:

(Group 1 options)
-Accounting Theory, Scandals and Standards
-Advanced Financial Reporting
-Auditing and Assurance Services
-Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
-Strategic Management Accounting

(Group 2 options)
-Advanced Financial Reporting
-Corporate Finance
-Financial Markets and Investment
-International Finance
-Introduction to Business and Economic Forecasting
-Law and Economics

(Group 3 options)
-Electronic Commerce
-Industrial and Managerial Economics
-International Business
-Marketing Management
-Operations Management
-Project Management
-Strategic Management

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Dissertation
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation of between 10,000 and 15,000 words. A choice of dissertation subject areas is provided and you will be able to choose from a set of dissertation topics in these broader areas. Many of the dissertations are literature-based and you are expected to acquire and use literature search skills for a range of electronic and traditional sources.

Careers

Some students have gone on to more specialised studies, while others have progressed to employment, with the banking and accounting/consulting sectors being particular favourites.

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Social Science Research Methods (Management) provides comprehensive training in the process of research conceptualisation, design and operationalisation. Read more
Social Science Research Methods (Management) provides comprehensive training in the process of research conceptualisation, design and operationalisation. It has been carefully formulated to reflect the training recommended by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). It is particularly suited for those seeking a career as a social science researcher or proceeding to a PhD in Management.

The programme delivers a thorough theoretical and practical grounding in the variety of qualitative and quantitative data collection methods available to the social scientist and of the principal methods of analysing data. The programme also covers the philosophies underpinning the research process, ethical considerations and social theory. You will be encouraged to apply your methods training to your substantive research interests.

Programme structure

The MSc programme comprises six 12-week taught units (20 M-level points each) followed by a dissertation (60 M-level points).

Core units (TB1)
-Qualitative Social Research
-Quantitative Social Research
-Philosophy and Research Design in the Social Sciences

Core units (TB2)
-Researching Management, Institutions and Organisations
-ONE unit from Advanced Quantitative Research OR Advanced Qualitative Research

Optional units - You will choose one optional unit in Teaching Block 2 from:
-Research for a Sustainable Society
-Care, Labour and Gender
-Narrating the Self
-Interpreting Gender
-Climate change and International Security
-Global Justice
-East Asia, Europe & Global Integration
-The Politics of Insecurity
-Global Civil Society
-China's International Relations
-Japan & East Asia: Socio-Economic Development
-The Politics of (Un)sustainability
-Conflict, Security & Development
-Europeanisation

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Dissertation
You will complete a dissertation in the summer term. The dissertation enables you to pursue an independent, in-depth study of a topic relating to management and organisation, reflecting on the epistemological and methodological issues covered in the taught element of the programme.

Careers

The programme will provide you with a sound basis for further study at doctoral level or your future career in a wide range of fields including business, the public sector and third sector organisations.

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This programme aims to take graduate students with only limited knowledge of economics, accounting and/or finance and provide them with an understanding of the key concepts and current issues in the field. Read more
This programme aims to take graduate students with only limited knowledge of economics, accounting and/or finance and provide them with an understanding of the key concepts and current issues in the field.

You will read and assess the current literature in the main fields of economics, accounting and finance and form independent, informed judgements about it. You will then plan and embark on a programme of independent research (under appropriate supervision), undertaking a thorough literature review in a prescribed topic area or analysing economic, accounting or financial data and relating the results to theory.

Programme structure

Core units
-Economics for Finance and Management
-Finance and Accounting
-Financial Reporting
-Quantitative Methods for Economics, Finance and Management

Optional units - Optional units can vary from year to year, but may include the following economics, accounting and finance options.

Economics options - select two from:
-Growth, Trade and Structural Change
-Industrial and Managerial Economics
-International Business
-Introduction to Business and Economic Forecasting
-Law and Economics
-Personnel Economics

Accounting options - select one from:
-Accounting Theory, Scandals and Standards
-Auditing and Assurance Services
-Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
-Strategic Management Accounting

Finance options - select one from:
-Advanced Financial Reporting
-Corporate Finance
-Financial Markets and Investment
-International Finance

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Dissertation
The final part of the MSc is a project-based dissertation of up to 15,000 words. A choice of dissertation subject areas is provided and you choose your specific topic from one of these broader areas. Many of the dissertations are literature-based and you will be expected to acquire and use literature search skills for a range of electronic and traditional sources.

Careers

The programme will provide you with a sound basis for a future career in a wide range of fields, including economics, accounting, finance, public service and teaching. You will also develop a range of transferable skills that will be valuable for employment in any sector.

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The programme is suited for individuals with good undergraduate degrees in economics or accounting and finance, but a pathway through the programme also exists for those with more scientific backgrounds (eg an undergraduate education in mathematics, engineering or natural sciences). Read more
The programme is suited for individuals with good undergraduate degrees in economics or accounting and finance, but a pathway through the programme also exists for those with more scientific backgrounds (eg an undergraduate education in mathematics, engineering or natural sciences). The programme structure is also flexible enough for you to specialise in the area of finance that suits you best.

This programme is designed to provide you with a thorough grounding in the theoretical and practical sides of finance. It contains compulsory elements in asset pricing, corporate finance and quantitative methods and offers optional units in areas including derivatives, investment management and international finance.

Programme structure

Core units
-Asset Pricing
-Financial Reporting and Analysis
-Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
-Quantitative Methods for Finance and Investment

Optional units - You will choose four units from a list of options. The units available can vary from year to year but may include:
-Advanced Corporate Finance
-Banking
-Behavioural Finance
-Cases in Financial Management
-Derivatives
-Investment Management
-Quantitative Finance

Unit availability is subject to staffing and timetable constraints. Please note: the number of available places on some units may be capped.

Dissertation
The final part of the MSc is a research-based dissertation. This involves identifying and analysing a research question in finance under the guidance of a member of staff. The dissertation gives you an opportunity to explore an original problem, source and process the relevant financial data, analyse that data and learn to draw appropriate conclusions. The results are presented in a final report of up to 15,000 words.

Careers

The programme provides excellent preparation for careers in investment management, financial research, trading, consulting and corporate finance, and for further academic study in finance.

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This programme provides the skills and knowledge required for a career in water and environmental management. You will acquire academic and practical skills, as well as developing a detailed knowledge of fundamental environmental processes and the ways in which these need to be managed sustainably. Read more
This programme provides the skills and knowledge required for a career in water and environmental management. You will acquire academic and practical skills, as well as developing a detailed knowledge of fundamental environmental processes and the ways in which these need to be managed sustainably. The programme is taught by leading practitioners, including personnel from the Environment Agency and the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Programme structure

Core units
Core units provide a common platform of underpinning skills and knowledge at Master's level in the basics of water and environmental management. The units aim to provide you with mathematics, computing and research skills, together with a firm understanding of fundamental processes that govern water movement through the atmosphere, atmosphere-biosphere interactions and water flows through river catchments. These units also explore how this fundamental understanding leads to environmental management, policy and legislation at local, national and international levels. Core units include:
-Research Skills
-Environmental Management, Policy and Regulation
-Terrestrial Hydrometeorology
-Surface and Groundwater Hydrology
-Introduction to Environmental Statistics using MATLAB
-Numerical Analysis using MATLAB

Optional units
Optional units provide specialist knowledge in a range of carefully chosen options. You choose two units from the following list:
-Environmental Systems and Ecosystems Services
-Integrated Catchment Management
-Water Resources Engineering

Please note that the availability of elective modules is subject to sufficient demand.

Dissertation
-The programme is completed by submitting a research-based dissertation.

Careers

Students who have completed this programme have gone on to work for government agencies both in the UK and overseas, for water companies and for environmental consultancies.

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Socio-technical changes create a wide range of challenges and opportunities for educators and those who support learning around the world. Read more
Socio-technical changes create a wide range of challenges and opportunities for educators and those who support learning around the world. New digital technologies (such as credit-card sized computers, digital games, mobile devices, robots, social media, tangible technologies) are becoming embedded in our societies and being used for a wide range of purposes in educational settings.

The pathway is designed for those who wish to take a critical perspective on the use of technology to support teaching and learning. It is suitable for people with a variety of educational backgrounds and experiences, including teachers and lecturers, creative technologists, and those who support informal learning settings such as museums and public spaces.

As you look to develop your career as a leader of learning, this MSc will provide you with an in-depth understanding of socio-technical change and the uses of digital technologies to support educational initiatives in diverse contexts and settings. It will also prepare you for further research in this rapidly developing field.

This pathway is taught in an international centre of excellence in teaching, research and educational technology. The tutors on the course are world-class academics with excellent research records in the field of education, technology and society.

Programme structure

Core units
-Introduction to Educational Inquiry
-Designing Technologies for Learning
-Learning, Technology and Society
-Teaching and Learning with Technology

Optional units
-Students studying this programme will be able to take optional units from across the school.

Dissertation
-You will also complete a 15,000-word dissertation.

Careers

We offer the academic and personal development opportunities to equip you for the intellectual, social and personal challenges that you will encounter during your career. Our overarching goal is to enable our graduates to display the following characteristics:
-Equipped to demonstrate impact, excellence and distinctiveness in their chosen field.
-Visionary, imaginative, innovative, reflective and creative.
-High ideals and values, including a strong sense of social justice.
-Highly employable throughout the world.
-Adaptable, with the potential to be a leader in work and in the community.

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This programme aims to develop your interest in and understanding of the economic, cultural and social transformations of the East Asian region. Read more
This programme aims to develop your interest in and understanding of the economic, cultural and social transformations of the East Asian region. In particular it explores East Asian development within the global economy, the contrasting fortunes of the region's key economies, the specific features of the business and commercial sectors in the region and the developing patterns of trade within East Asia and between East Asian nations and other regions of the world. Optional units offer more detailed examination of developments in the Chinese economy and the political and economic relations between Europe and East Asia.

Programme structure

The MSc programme comprises six taught units, normally taught over 12 weeks, and six assessed essays, followed by a dissertation.

Core units
You must complete the following three units:
-East Asia and Global Development
-International Political Economy
-Theories of Development

Optional units
You can choose three optional units from those offered by the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies. Options vary each year but may include:
-Conflict, Security and Development
-Small Business Development
-Gender and Development
-Managing and Evaluating Development
-Development Skills in Practice
-Environmental Politics
-Faith and Development
-International Development Organisations
-Foreign Policy Analysis
-US Security Policy
-International Human Rights
-Sino-US relations in global politics
-Japan and East Asia
-East Asia, Europe and Global Integration
-Care, Labour and Gender
-China's International Relations
-European Security
-Religion and Politics in the West
-Understanding Risk
-The Politics of Insecurity

A full list of possible units is available on the SPAIS website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/spais/prospective/prospectivepgt/msc-unit-guides/

Third term
Independent study for dissertation

Careers

Bristol graduates are in high demand and have an excellent record of employment following graduation. Students of our MSc programmes go on to pursue varied and interesting careers.

Many sectors - such as the civil service, NGOs and charity work - require an MSc and some volunteer/internship experience. Graduates from our programmes have gone on to work for Refugee UK, Shelter, Barnardos, Oxfam, Amnesty International, government departments and the European Parliament, among others.

Further details can be found on our careers and alumni website: http://www.bris.ac.uk/spais/prospective/prospectivepgt/ppgtcareersandalumni/

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This programme is one of five interdisciplinary pathways that are delivered as part of the South West Doctoral Training Partnership (SWDTP). Read more
This programme is one of five interdisciplinary pathways that are delivered as part of the South West Doctoral Training Partnership (SWDTP).

This pathway explores the dynamics of global transformation and policy implications, as well as their interrelations with national and regional institutional and social responses to the changing global political and economic order.

The pathway encourages you to analyse the diverse experiences and impact of economic globalisation and examine relationships between global governance and inequality. It will also help you understand that analysis and resolution of many of the key problems confronting humanity in the 21st century require new and interdisciplinary academic approaches, innovative methods and policy agendas, creative thinking and transnationally comparative datasets.

Programme structure

Core units
-Advanced Interdisciplinary Research Design
-Global Transformations - Issues and Trajectories
-Introduction to Qualitative Research
-Introduction to Quantitative Research

Optional units
These can be taken at the University of Bristol, Bath or Exeter. Units can change from year to year but may include the following:

At Bristol:
-International Political Economy
-East Asia and Global Development
-East Asia, Europe and Global Integration
-Sino-US Relations in Global Politics
-Power, Hegemony and the Ordering of the Global Political Economy
-Theories of Development
-Environmental Politics
-International Law VI: International Law and Human Rights
-International Law of Trade and Aid

At Bath:
-The Politics of Policy: Actors, Arenas and Conflict in International Perspective
-International Development and Poverty
-Wellbeing and Human Development: Concepts, Measurements and Policy
-Welfare Economics and Distributive Justice

At Exeter:
-The Politics of Global Capitalism
-Managing in a multinational context
-Sustainable Enterprise Economy

Dissertation
Over the summer you will complete a research-based dissertation of up to 15,000 words, individually supervised by a member of staff from the school.

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The University of Bristol LLM offers a variety of possibilities to study law at an advanced level and the opportunity to specialise in particular areas. Read more
The University of Bristol LLM offers a variety of possibilities to study law at an advanced level and the opportunity to specialise in particular areas. There are a number of specialist programmes enabling you to study a set of related units that, together, provide a more in-depth knowledge and understanding of those themes. Alternatively, you can opt for a broader and more general set of unit choices. In all cases, you are encouraged to explore at a deeper level your chosen areas of law and to see how those legal fields operate in different contexts, considering the relevant issues theoretically and practically and from a range of perspectives.

We offer an exciting and stimulating set of degree programmes, each of which prepares you for many different possible careers. If you have an interest in studying law at a level beyond your undergraduate degree and are seeking to enhance your analytical, research and legal writing skills, you will find Bristol’s LLM to be a challenging and rewarding experience.

We have a large and vibrant international community and University of Bristol LLM students benefit from small class sizes taught by world-leading experts.

The Labour Law and Corporate Governance LLM offers a range of units for those wishing to specialise in employment and company law matters. It provides an opportunity to study both employment and company law aspects of modern business comprehensively.

Programme structure

Part one - You may study four units from the following list, or three units from the following list with a further unit chosen from any of the other LLM programmes:
-Company Law
-Corporate Governance in the UK and US
-Global Perspectives on Corporate Governance
-Individual Employment Rights
-International Corporate Finance
-International Law of Labour and Welfare Rights
-Legal Perspectives on Sustainability
-Migration and Work
-The Law and Policy of Mergers and Acquisitions

Assessment is by examination and/or essay. Please view our programme catalogue for further information on the course structure and units available. Please note that unit choices are subject to change depending on staff availability.

Part two - In the spring term, you will choose a dissertation topic within the field of labour law for approval by the Law School. After passing part one, you start work on your dissertation for submission by September. You must pass both parts to obtain an LLM and may not proceed to part two until you have passed part one.

Careers

The LLM programme provides a solid foundation for a wide variety of legal careers. Graduates from this programme may go on to careers ranging from commercial lawyers to human resources specialists.

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The MRes in Economics is an intensive one-year taught programme that provides advanced training in economics and econometrics. It is designed for students who are interested in going on to further study at PhD level, and emphasises the knowledge and skills needed for PhD research. Read more
The MRes in Economics is an intensive one-year taught programme that provides advanced training in economics and econometrics. It is designed for students who are interested in going on to further study at PhD level, and emphasises the knowledge and skills needed for PhD research.

The School of Economics, Finance and Management has an international reputation for research excellence. Faculty members in the school regularly publish in top international journals and the school is expanding following substantial recent success in research funding applications.

Programme structure

Teaching Block 1
-MRes Mathematics for Economics
-MRes Microeconomics I
-MRes Macroeconomics I
-MRes Econometrics I

Teaching Block 2
-MRes Research Methods in Economics
-MRes Microeconomics II
-MRes Macroeconomics II
-MRes Econometrics II

Dissertation
The final part of the MRes is a dissertation of up to 15,000 words, individually supervised by a member of staff from the economics department.

Careers

The programme is designed for students who are interested in potentially going on to further study at PhD level, and emphasises the knowledge and skills needed for PhD research. The programme may also be suitable for anyone planning to work as an economist outside academia, but seeking a good technical training as a foundation for their later career.

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