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University of Nottingham, Full Time Masters Degrees in Business & Management

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An organisation is only as good as its people. And how good its people are depends on how well they are managed and led. This specific course focuses on the contribution of applied psychology to our understanding and practice of management within organisations. Read more

Overview

An organisation is only as good as its people. And how good its people are depends on how well they are managed and led. This specific course focuses on the contribution of applied psychology to our understanding and practice of management within organisations.

On the MSc in Management Psychology you will:

- learn how to design or improve they way an organisation selects, develops and manages people
- be taught by world-class academics in a world-leading institute
- develop leadership, consultancy and research skills
- make international contacts and networks
- design and conduct a research project in your own area of interest, anywhere in the world

The course has two intakes, one in late September and another in January.

Programme aims

This programme aims to provide students with:

- an understanding of how psychology as a science can be used to solve business problems and make organisations more effective
- an understanding of how core business concerns impact on the management of human resources in organisations
- a knowledge of how business priorities impact shape and challenge the use of psychology by organisations
- a broad knowledge of applied work psychology as a professional discipline alongside - and integrated with - knowledge of core topics from management science and practice
- the skills to evaluate and critically appraise theories and practice within applied work psychology and management science
- the skills to design and conduct independent research, and carry out practical work within organisational contexts

Who is the course for?

It is ideal for:

- experienced managers interested in the people side of business, looking to better managers, usually in a HR or organisational development role
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- graduates who, through their first degree, have developed an interest in psychology and are looking to join organisations as HR specialists

Underpinning the desire to undertake this course will be an interest in the human side of business, how people can best be managed and how fair systems can be developed within an organisation.

What makes this difference to a Masters in HR Management?

A general masters in HR Management will not equip you with the analytical tools that this course will. These skills can help you design systems and evaluate practices taking place within an organisation.

By the time you graduate from the course you will have:

- learnt how to run a company successfully through the management and development of staff
- built your own network of contacts including fellow experienced students, staff, guest speakers, and the organisation you base your final organisational case study on
- made friends with people from around the world who will be good contacts for business and travel

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Ranked among the top Masters in Management programmes by the Financial Times. This degree is designed for those candidates without a first degree or higher qualification in business or management and provides you with a solid foundation in international business theory and practice. Read more
Ranked among the top Masters in Management programmes by the Financial Times.

This degree is designed for those candidates without a first degree or higher qualification in business or management and provides you with a solid foundation in international business theory and practice.

Students are introduced to the key disciplines, providing core knowledge and skills applicable to international business. Semester two covers international management and the business systems of Europe and the Far East, preparing you for a career in the modern business world.

This course gives you the opportunity to study a semester abroad at our China or Malaysia campus to enhance your knowledge of British and Chinese or Malaysian business, culture and society, and associated academic material.

The course culminates with a 20,000 word dissertation on a topic directly related to international business.

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Organizations of all sizes and in all sectors are increasingly dependent on computer-based Information Systems to drive day-to-day operations. Read more
Organizations of all sizes and in all sectors are increasingly dependent on computer-based Information Systems to drive day-to-day operations. The intelligent and creative use of IT also enables innovation in both products and services, and can underpin the achievement of competitive advantage.

This course combines the study of Information Systems with Operations Management, emphasising the creative potential of information technology for innovation and change. It provides a thorough grounding in the principles and practice of information systems.

Students will also be educated in the key operations management challenges in contemporary organisations, including the challenges in supply chain management.

The course provides progressive learning towards the frontiers of knowledge in both Information Systems and Operations management. The structure of the programme allows students to focus on advanced developments in the areas that meet their specific interests and career aspirations. In addition to the taught modules, the course requires a major individual project, undertaken over the Summer term. The project integrates knowledge, methods and practical skills, and is often undertaken with an outside organization. It emphasizes leading edge thinking in theory and practice and develops skills in research, project management and report writing.

The course is suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in Information Systems and/or Operations Management, whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area. We welcome applications from graduates in business and management, engineering, computer science, and social science disciplines such as psychology.

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Nottingham University Business School is one of the UK's leading business schools at one of the UK’s most prestigious and popular universities. Read more
Nottingham University Business School is one of the UK's leading business schools at one of the UK’s most prestigious and popular universities. With campuses in Nottingham, Malaysia, and China, the School offers all its students a global experience and opportunities to establish valuable business relationships with global peers. NUBS is accredited by both AMBA and EQUIS and the MBA is ranked by The Economist in the global top 100 MBA and the Executive MBA, where it ranks first for salary increase after graduation.

The Business School is on the attractive, modern Jubilee Campus, close to Nottingham city centre. We offer among the best facilities in the UK and Nottingham is a thriving commercial and cultural centre with excellent transport links.

Our MBA offers both a general, full-time course and the opportunity to specialise in finance, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, or healthcare (Executive MBA). If you want to continue your career while studying at your own pace, we offer a very flexible, part-time Executive MBA for experienced professionals that you can spread over 24-48 months.

You can also choose to study on our Singapore MBA, run in association with the PSB Corporation; at the University’s Malaysia campus; or at a choice of leading overseas business schools. The full time MBA offers you a wide choice of electives, management projects, an interpersonal skills programme, and popular language courses in French, German, Spanish, and Japanese.

You’ll begin work immediately on a business problem with a strong emphasis on innovation and will return to this at regular intervals. This encouragement to deal with all dimensions of a business issue leads naturally into the final element of your MBA programme—the management project. We encourage you to spend three months working within an organisation on an actual business issue of their choosing. Our programme will help you plan practical projects in the UK or overseas with regional or international companies such as Rolls-Royce, Alliance Boots, Experian and Business in the Community, or with one of the many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) we work with. The emphasis is on your ability to bring all your knowledge and skills to bear, and to use your developing interpersonal skills in a real life situation.

All our programmes have common core subjects that develop your skills in essential areas of management through lectures, seminars, case studies, group work, and project work. Through your choice of elective subjects, you can tailor your studies to match your interests, which can then be developed in your management project.

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If you’re keen to develop your business and management skills to pursue a career in management but your first degree isn’t in a business subject, then this newly designed course is for you. Read more
If you’re keen to develop your business and management skills to pursue a career in management but your first degree isn’t in a business subject, then this newly designed course is for you.

This course will develop your skills in team working, communication, strategy, and creative problem solving. You will be challenged to think differently and entrepreneurially to put your newly acquired knowledge into practice.

During your time on this course you will benefit greatly from inspirational visiting speakers and staff who are leaders in their field.

Although this is a relatively new course, graduates in similar courses have entered careers such as accountancy, consultancy, business development, human resources, IT, logistics, marketing, investment banking, private banking,project management, research, sales & distribution and tax consultancy.

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Food manufacture is one of the world's largest industries. The MSc degree in Food Production Management is an exciting and challenging degree that equips science and engineering graduates for a career in production or technical management in this industry. Read more
Food manufacture is one of the world's largest industries. The MSc degree in Food Production Management is an exciting and challenging degree that equips science and engineering graduates for a career in production or technical management in this industry. This course, featuring a blend of front-line food sciences and management, is designed to educate the food industry managers of tomorrow.

The course will:
•Enable students to acquire a basic knowledge of the special factors associated with food processing and food quality assurance.
•Equip the student with management skills, which allow him/her to make a contribution to this industry in both the developed and developing worlds.

A feature of the course is the strong interaction with the food industry. There will be an opportunity to visit a number of food factories and speakers from industry will make a significant contribution to the course. Many of the research projects undertaken by students will involve links with industry.

The course is co-ordinated by the Division of Food Sciences, which contains the highest rated University Food Sciences Research Group in the UK, based at the Sutton Bonington Campus. Management aspects of the course are taught in the Division of Operations Management in the University's Business School, based at the Jubilee Campus.











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This specialist course develops the skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage people. This includes the role of leadership, change management, developing and retaining talent, and understanding the challenges of managing people in multicultural and global contexts. Read more
This specialist course develops the skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage people. This includes the role of leadership, change management, developing and retaining talent, and understanding the challenges of managing people in multicultural and global contexts.

This course is fully accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), which gives students exemption from their level 7 Advanced Diploma in HRM.

The course is designed for graduates from a wide variety of disciplines, and will suit you if you want to get the best out of people you employ in your own business or if you want to acquire the skills for a professional management career in a range of industries and sectors.

The latest research and challenges that people and organisations face today are explored in this course. Our teaching draws on multidisciplinary theory and ideas to explore how both business goals and individual career objectives can be reconciled.

This course will sharpen your understanding of the importance of having the right mix of people with the appropriate set of skills and competencies.

You will learn from a rich mix of highly interactive lectures, workshops and real life case studies and benefit from specialist expertise across the School and from the practical experience of the wider business community.

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The course focuses on the management of operations in business, industry and the public sector. It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence. Read more
The course focuses on the management of operations in business, industry and the public sector.

It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence. The courses aim for a high level of integration between management techniques and the technologies that they control.

Applications are welcome from graduates in engineering, management, and related disciplines. The courses are suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in operations management whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area.

The course requires a major individual dissertation project that is undertaken in the summer. This is intended to integrate knowledge, methodology and practical skills. When these projects are successful in advancing knowledge, we encourage our students to present their findings as conference papers or journal articles.

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This course focuses on the management of operations in business, industry and the public sector. It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence. Read more
This course focuses on the management of operations in business, industry and the public sector. It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence.

The course aims for a high level of integration between management techniques and the technologies that they control, with emphasis on the strategic relevance of situations along with the ability to analyse problems in a structured way.

Applications are welcome from graduates in engineering, management, and related disciplines. The courses are suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in operations management whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area.

The course requires a major individual dissertation project that is undertaken in the summer. This is intended to integrate knowledge, methodology and practical skills. When these projects are successful in advancing knowledge, we encourage our students to present their findings as conference papers or journal articles.

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This degree builds on the School's long-standing reputation as the leading centre for the study of insurance in the UK. The MSc in Risk Managment focuses on the problems that risk poses for corporations. Read more
This degree builds on the School's long-standing reputation as the leading centre for the study of insurance in the UK.

The MSc in Risk Managment focuses on the problems that risk poses for corporations. It is particuarly appropriate for anyone interested in a career in risk, insurance, or general management.

After completing her undergraduate studies, Natalie Meech decided that she would like to specialise in risk management.

"Having completed some risk modules in my Industrial Economics degree, I decided that I wanted to specialise in risk management. Through the Masters I was exposed to real-world case studies that provided a good grounding for dealing with clients in my current job as a Corporate Tax Associate with Deloitte & Touche in Nottingham.

The Dissertation gave me the experience in managing a big project, and the structure of the masters means that you have to be very disciplined in managing a variety of tasks. These are useful skills in the workplace. I enjoyed my time at Nottingham and the MSc Risk Management has been of benefit to my role with Deloitte.

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The course focuses on the management of operations in manufacturing, service and distribution enterprises. It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence. Read more
The course focuses on the management of operations in manufacturing, service and distribution enterprises. It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence. The courses aim for a high level of integration between management techniques and the technologies that they control, with emphasis on the strategic relevance of situations.

Applications are welcome from graduates in engineering, management, and related disciplines. The courses are suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in operations management whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area.

The course requires a major individual dissertation project that is undertaken in the summer. This is intended to integrate knowledge, methodology and practical skills. When these projects are successful in advancing knowledge, we encourage our students to present their findings as conference papers or journal articles.

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This is the flagship programme of the Business School's Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (HGI). The University of Nottingham is among Europe's leading centres for entrepreneurship education. Read more
This is the flagship programme of the Business School's Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (HGI). The University of Nottingham is among Europe's leading centres for entrepreneurship education.

This course is designed for UK and international students with a degree in any academic discipline.

It will help you develop your entrepreneurial skills to meet the needs of dynamic employers or the approach to setting up a new venture. these skills with the opportunity to specialise in areas such as sustainability and international business.

This course is designed to support you either to develop your own venture, or to develop the skills to be entrepreneurial, innovative and creative within an existing business. Entrepreneurial qualities have never been more important or more in demand from companies employing graduates, and by those wanting to start a new business.

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The course provides students with the scientific research skills and the basic business knowledge needed to convert scientific discoveries into inventions and commercial products. Read more
The course provides students with the scientific research skills and the basic business knowledge needed to convert scientific discoveries into inventions and commercial products. You will learn how to translate these into a business plan for start-up technologies or innovative processes within biotechnology industries.

You should acquire a combination of essential research and business practical skills in finance, marketing and management which will equip you for career opportunities in the global biotechnology market.

The course is run by the School of Biosciences, in conjunction with the University’s School of Biomedical Sciences and the Business School. The Business School is one of the UK’s leading centres for management education and is globally ranked among the world’s top business schools for the quality of its teaching and research on sustainability and social responsibility.

A series of off-site visits to Institutes and biotechnology companies will provide you with information on the latest technologies and research. You will undertake a Research Project or Management Project in conjunction with a biopharmaceutical or biotechnological company in line with your individual career aspirations.

The 12 months’ course consists of two semesters of taught modules followed by your Research Project. Details of individual modules can be viewed on our web pages. Taught modules include (subject to change):

•Industrial and Biomedical Macromolecules
•Physical Chemistry of Molecules
•Antibody Biotechnology
•Polysaccharide and Drug Delivery Biotechnology
•Project Management
•Finance and Accounting
•Marketing for Entrepreneurs


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The School of English and the Nottingham University Business School have long been at the forefront of research and teaching in the area of communication and entrepreneurship. Read more
The School of English and the Nottingham University Business School have long been at the forefront of research and teaching in the area of communication and entrepreneurship.

This masters course provides an exciting opportunity to investigate communication in the context of entrepreneurship and business. The programme will introduce you to the multidisciplinary dimensions of professional communication, exploring in detail how linguistic analysis can illuminate and enhance communication in businesses and a range of other workplaces.

The course explores the role of communication in business-related human affairs using a variety of approaches, ranging from discourse analysis and interactional sociolinguistics to corpus linguistics. The key areas of marketing, project management, innovation management and entrepreneurship will be explored in modules offered by the Business School.

The course concludes with a research dissertation/project, jointly supervised by the School of English and University of Nottingham Business School, undertaken during the summer period.

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The MSc in Cultural Studies and Entrepreneurship is a collaboration between the Department of Cultural Studies and the Nottingham University Business School. Read more
The MSc in Cultural Studies and Entrepreneurship is a collaboration between the Department of Cultural Studies and the Nottingham University Business School. Its aims are to provide students with a critical understanding of cultural studies, its principles and practices, and with the skills to explore various models for the development of creative enterprises. Students aquire an understanding of the importance of the culture industry and market analysis while developing an ability to carry out financial analysis of a cultural enterprise. They become fluent in the financial, marketing and managerial aspects of the culture industry and gain knowledge of leading edge culture industry fields. They come to appreciate the interrelationships that exist between fundamental research and its practical application, and acquire the critical, analytical, technological and business background to enable them to make a significant contribution to today's cultural and creative sector of the economy.

Course structure

The full-time MSc in Cultural Studies and Entrepreneurship lasts 12 months and is divided into two semesters, and a summer period, with students taking two modules per semester. A research project is then completed over the summer and submitted in September. Part-time students complete the programme within 24–36 months. The 120 credits of taught modules include the following:

Modules may include:
• Creative Problem Solving
• Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice
• Finance and Accounting
• Innovation Management
• Marketing for Entrepreneurs
• Project Management
• Research Methods
• Science, Technology, Arts and Business
• Working in the Culture Industry

All students are assigned personal tutors as well as dissertation tutors to guide them through their coursework. Information about staff research interests and publications can be found at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/clas/Research/index.aspx

Teaching and assessment

Teaching for the MA programme takes place during the day but we do our best to accommodate the needs of part-time students. Taught modules are assessed by a 5,000-word assignment and students also submit a 20,000-word dissertation. There are no examinations.

Careers

Written coursework encourages the development of a wide range of analytical tools and transferable skills. The course also provides students with a high degree of awareness of the financial, marketing and managerial aspects of the culture industry, ¨preparing them for careers in the cultural and creative sectors of the economy.

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