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MA Business and Management


Bath Spa University Bath Business School

Full time & Part time September MA, PgDip, PgCert Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years

About the course

Develop your career as a socially and ethically engaged, globally connected professional who is creative, enterprising, resilient and innovative.

  • Gain a thorough grounding in current best practice and theory, enriched by real-world problem-solving.
  • Benefit from access to a valuable network of industry links and opportunities for further accreditation.
  • Choose a broad programme of study, or specialise in accounting, entrepreneurship, international business or marketing.

This programme provides you with a broad introduction to the fundamental principles of business and management in a rapidly changing, increasingly globalised world.

Supported by practice-based interdisciplinary teaching and research, you’ll develop your business expertise alongside the practical and professional skills

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Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for our postgraduate courses vary. We are generally looking for a good honours degree or equivalent.

Some courses also require an interview or the submission of a portfolio of work.


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Lucrezia Martinolo

I opted to study in the UK as the educational system in Italy is very different to the one here. Studying abroad is crucial for your CV and your personal growth. Bath has a lot of international students - if you feel shy, you'll always find someone from the same nationality. The best thing about an MA in Business Management is the course varies, it’s split into different themes and fields of business. It's not too crowded, so it's very easy to follow the lessons. The teachers are very friendly and happy to help whenever you need it.

At the beginning, studying in English was quite challenging for me. Sometimes I felt left out with my course mates as I kept losing track of the conversation. And I wasn't used to writing essays and reports in English. But the lecturers talk in a clear way that makes it easy to understand them. They want you to read from academic journals, follow the news, and make a lot of personal research. Basically being informed on what happens in the world, not only topics that are related to business.


During the week I'm always at the University between lessons. I do my research there, since there's less distractions and it's a very nice environment to study. Newton Park is well organised, the library is open 24/7 and the Students' Union organises a lot of events and activities. It is a unique place; not many campuses that I know have a view of the Prince of Wales's fields with sheep and cows! I love it.


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