The Executive MBA is designed to develop your knowledge, skills and capability, while at the same time allowing you to improve your organisation. The programme is taught conveniently in blocked modules, approximately one every six to eight weeks, which allow you to focus in depth on each subject area. In between each module you are supported by tutors to apply your new knowledge and skills directly into your organisation to produce work-based assignments that will improve your understanding, and make a real difference to your company.
Alongside the modules runs a personal development stream, allowing you to grow your ability to lead and manage. You will build on your strengths, broaden your self-awareness and improve your decision making capability. New knowledge, new skills, plus new ways of thinking and acting will all contribute to advancing your career.
Key features - A convenient design, so you can balance your personal and professional needs with your study - Personal development, including Lancaster’s unique Mindful Manager approach - Learning Through Action design, which allows you to instantly apply your new knowledge - Develops you and your organisation at the same time - Taught by internationally respected tutors and practitioners - Opportunities for international study and experience
Subject areas - Business Economics - Consultancy Challenge - Corporate Finance - Dissertation Challenge - Financial and Management Accounting - Induction - Integrative Exams - Leadership Practice and Responsibility - Managing Operations - Managing Strategic Change - Marketing Management - Research Methods for Managers - Strategic HRM and Organisational Behaviour - Strategic Management
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An upper second class honours degree, or an equivalent professional qualification. At least five years full-time professional/managerial work experience.IELTS: 7.0 or equivalent (minimum element scores apply).
Recipient: Lancaster University
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