Masters degrees in Business equip postgraduates with a working knowledge of different organisations and the environments they operate in. This includes for-profit and non-profit organisations in the public and private sectors.
Courses range from taught MA and MSc programmes, to intensive MBA degrees aimed at professional candidates. Entry requirements include an undergraduate degree, and relevant work experience in some cases.
Why study a Masters in Business?
Across different specialisations, you will learn about the components which form a successful business. From commercialisation, trade and marketing, through to sustainability, ethics and law, you’ll gain expertise within diverse industries.
You will develop interpersonal skills through a variety of tasks which will enhance your work in professional contexts. This will include progressing your leadership and project management skills, communication and organisation, often through placements and team projects.
Postgraduate management qualifications equip candidates for senior roles in various commercial organisations. There is also scope to work within government departments and associated agencies, consulting on areas such as organisational strategy for public sector companies. Many Business Masters are professionally accredited, meaning your degree will provide you with professional recognition in your chosen field.