The MBA at Liverpool Business School provides experienced professionals with the space, and level of contemporary expertise needed to fortify a career on the frontline of executive competition, creativity and commercial acumen.
•Course can be completed over 24 months part-time or 12 months full-time
•September and January start dates available
•Post-experiential MBA designed for participants with at least two years’ work experience
•Delivered partly in blocks and in evenings for extra flexibility and to fit studies around existing commitments
•Teaching informed by proprietary business research and academics’ close links to business
•Customise your learning by choosing a range of option modules to complement and build-on the MBA’s core module set
•The programme is based in Liverpool Business School’s Redmonds Building with dedicated postgraduate study facilities
This MBA has been designed for ambitious graduates and experienced managers, new to Higher Education, with the level of insight required to not only transform their modes of operation, but also that of the business they are in. We welcome applications from those who possess an applied understanding of commercial acumen and the drive to competitively progress into high-salaried positions of senior responsibility.
The MBA commences by students looking at the external environment in order to understand business challenges and changes in a fast-moving geopolitical environment. Considerations will include, socioeconomic and technological developments, and how your business can adapt and remain competitive in a dynamic marketplace. We use action learning to encourage inquiry into key business issues and transform knowledge. From this we develop an ‘intrepreneurial’ approach to organisational understanding. This encourages you to be able to actively research your organisation from an internal perspective as well as developing yourself and your role within your organisation.
The next stage of the of the MBA is to help you progress and refine core analytical skills and knowledge about systems and processes within organisations. This is achieved through action learning techniques where your own organisational knowledge and experience enhances your understanding.
Finally, the last taught element of the MBA focus on implementing change identified and defined through your experiences on the course. This is where you will practically apply appropriate management tools, such as strategy and management, to improve business performance and set in place future plans for business success. This learning culminates in a final investigation into a topic of your choice, focusing on specialised areas you identify with your personal tutor.
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