The MBA (online learning) provides access to our existing full-time MBA programme but with the flexibility of continuing with your existing employment and lifestyle.
There are no attendance requirements for the online MBA so you can choose to study from anywhere in the world continuing your professional and also your personal commitments without interruption.
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David has significant experience of supporting learners at a distance. As an online learner on the MBA you will benefit from a programme of study that is designed to be relevant to your current work. The programme will engage you regularly with other MBA students as well as your tutors. You will be learning with other people in different locations and in different business contexts, giving you an opportunity to experience a range of different perspectives.
The programme is delivered through our online Virtual Learning Environment where you will get access to all your key learning activities, resources and your learning group using the latest communications tools and social media applications. Our University support services are on hand to guide you through your studies.
The MBA programme consists of six, 20-credit taught modules followed by a dissertation in part two. Your dissertation supervisor will be available to help guide you through the independent research phase. Students who complete three or six 20-credit modules can graduate with an award of PG Certificate or PG Diploma respectively. -Marketing Management (20 credits) -Human Resource Management (20 credits) -Financial Management (20 credits) -Strategic Management (20 credits) -Entrepreneurship (20 credits -International Business (20 credits) -Dissertation (60 credits)
Please visit the website or contact the admissions tutor for more information on the optional modules available.
The programme is taught via online learning by dedicated staff, experienced in guiding UK and international students through the programme via distance learning. Distance learning students will have access to our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and have contact with tutors via phone, email and Skype.
Induction It takes time for learners to get familiar with learning online and to get to know each other enough to fully participate. Part of the tutor’s role is introducing the different learning technologies and online learning practices to learners. Tutors stage the use of the mediating technologies so that learners are not overwhelmed and gain confidence in their use.
Prior to the commencement of the programme, there will be a one week induction period. During this time students will: -Have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the VLE/Moodle environment -Be directed to key documents such as the handbooks, support areas and links to University documentation -Undertake activities to test out their access to learning materials, LRC and Athens;receive information and contact details regarding personal tutors and student services -Receive tutor contact details and have the opportunity to talk to their personal tutors via telephone or Skype -Meet with module tutors and with the other students through online discussion -Set up suitable web 2.0 accounts such as YouTube, Twitter etc. -Create online profiles and introduce themselves to their tutor group -Engage in collaborative activities and discussion to help build the online learning community e.g. the tutor may ask them to post something which represents their sense of place – a photograph or other image, poem, video clip etc. -Set up blogs which will be used for self and group reflection throughout the module.
Learner Support Students will receive contact details of module tutors. The usual contact mechanism for module tutors will be via the weekly discussion forum, but tutors will also be available for more detailed or individual queries via e-mail, telephone and/ or Skype. Tutors will also be personal tutors providing support and representation to wider University structures and functions. Tutors will work with students, in the first instance, to identify any additional learning needs and will subsequently refer students to Student Services. Students may also have access to a discussion group for peer support and to enable the student representation process when necessary. The Student support along with the library and technical support services will engage with learners on a one to one basis through email and/or telephone.
All applicants will be individually considered for admission using the following criteria: Normally, the possession of a minimum of a 2:2 honours degree, or an appropriate equivalent, i.e. a professional qualification, from a recognised British or overseas institution. Applicants must be employed in a suitable type and size of organisation so that they can draw on their professional business context for learning. See website for further details: View Website
Recipient: University of Wales, Trinity Saint David
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