The Chester MBA is flexible in length, with a wide range of electives intended to match your career goals. Our MBA gives graduates the chance to change not only their career prospects, but their outlook of business.
Why Study MBA Full-Time with us?
The Chester MBA promotes a values-based course. We have global businesses on our doorstep and a multitude of nationalities on our course, creating an exciting and diverse community.
The teaching staff include a combination of academics and senior management.
This mix, combined with our links to the business community, will help you discover your potential to flourish in today’s international corporate environment.
What will I learn?
Leadership in Action will embed the values of reflective action learning and cultivating a camaraderie culture distinctive to Chester. This is reinforced with subjects such as Leading and Managing Ethically, challenging you to think and act in management situations. The course ends with Preparing for Research Consultancy and Management Research in Action. These modules focus on making some form of impact through scenario/live projects, to deliver research projects for business-driven problems.
How will I be taught?
The MBA is provided at the University of Chester’s Business School, Queen’s Park Campus. The teaching is delivered in Churchill House, a historic building dating back to 1937.
All of the students on the MBA course have different objectives, focuses and learning styles. We offer you a range of subject options so you can adapt your MBA to meet your career goals. Most modules include 30 hours’ classroom-based teaching and 170 hours’ independent study.
How will I be assessed?
Assessments can be presentations or written assignments – sometimes both – and a management project (dissertation).
Applicants will normally be expected to hold a first degree with a minimum of 2:2 honours or equivalent. They should have a minimum of two years’ work experience in a business-related position, normally at supervisory level. Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency qualification.
24 April 2017
Recipient: University of Chester
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