- Semester 1 You’ll begin with an introduction to the Professional Management Practice programme. Running throughout the first two semesters, this class offers a combination of workshops and learning exercises. You’ll have the opportunity to identify and develop the soft skills needed as a future international manager or leader.
You’ll also attend an Integrated Skills Workshop which focuses on your personal approach to learning and managing yourself.
Core classes: - Managing Across Cultures - Managing People in Organisations
-Semester 2 Core classes: - Marketing Management - Global Business Environment - Finance and Financial Management
You’ll also take part in group exercises (eg arranging a professional, cultural or careers-focused event) to address a managerial or leadership development need identified during the outward bound activity.
- Elective classes You’ll choose two elective classes from a shared pool of international and general management topics available on programmes offered by Strathclyde Business School. Elective modules vary from year to year, but may include: - Brand Management and Strategy - Foundations of Risk - New Venture Creation - Programme & Project Management - Games of Strategy - Leadership - Strategic Financial Management - Management of International Relationships - Change Agency - Developing Skills for Effective Management Consulting - Improving Management Decision Making - Exploring Resourceful Strategy Practice - Social Media: Strategy & Management - Managing in Europe (taught at Toulouse Business School, France)
- Semester 3 Core classes: - Business Strategy - International Entrepreneurship - Consultancy in Practice
You’re required to complete a practically-oriented project. This gives you an opportunity to explore, at length, some aspects of theory or methods, or knowledge or skills introduced on the taught element of the programme. The project is supported by a class in project methodology.
This course includes a number of elective classes for you to choose from. If you're interested in studying abroad, the Managing in Europe elective class provides the opportunity to do this with classes taught at Toulouse Business School, France.
You're required to complete a project in the final semester of the course. You can arrange to do this in conjunction with an organisation.
Strathclyde Business School is one of the largest institutions of its kind in Europe. It has around 200 academic staff and more than 3,000 full-time students.
The departments and specialist units work together to provide a dynamic, fully-rounded and varied programme of specialist and cross-disciplinary postgraduate courses.
Pre-Masters Preparation Course
The Pre-Masters Programme is a preparation course for international students (non EU/UK) who do not meet the entry requirements for a Masters degree at the University of Strathclyde. The Pre-Masters programme provides progression to a number of degree options.
To find out more about the courses and opportunities on offer visit isc.strath.ac.uk or call today on +44 (0) 1273 339333 and discuss your education future. You can also complete the online application form, or to ask a question please fill in the enquiry form and talk to one of our multi-lingual Student Enrolment Advisers today.
Learning & teaching
The course is taught through a combination of: - lectures - workshops - group learning exercises
You’ll have the opportunity to identify and develop the 'soft skills' needed as a future international manager or leader.
The course provides: - lifelong learning skills: to recognise developmental needs as international managers and leaders, and identifying opportunities to tackle these
- research, analysis and problem-solving skills: to develop skills in the use of library and internet-based resources; to identify, analyse and critically evaluate the strategic choices and options facing international managers
- application skills: to apply models, tools and techniques of international management to different company, country and sectoral contexts; to integrate the knowledge from a range of international management subjects
- communication skills: to develop report writing skills; to structure and present complex data and ideas; to make effective presentations and to acquire skills in argument and debate
- team-working skills: to appreciate the benefits and challenges of working within teams; to apply theory to practice in operating within multicultural teams; to experience problem-solving within multicultural teams; to improve time management and workload planning capacities
- Collaborative learning The course is designed to be a collaborative learning experience, a partnership between academic staff and students. It enables you to build upon your collective understanding in interrogating the global issues impacting organisations.
- Guest lectures This course has a wide and varied range of industry speakers on an ad-hoc basis.
The course is assessed through written assignments, group and individual projects, exams and presentations.