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Business and Management (M.Sc.)

Course Description

The MSc in Business and Management has been designed specifically for graduates who have a primary undergraduate degree in a subject that is not related to business. Our programme is designed to complement your foundation degree and to bring added value to your knowledge, giving you the skills required for leading and managing in today's complex business environment.

Through our comprehensive syllabi of modules covering multiple dimensions of business and management, you will obtain a sound understanding of business, management and organizational principles, as well as honing your analytic and problem solving skills, relevant to your interests. Building on your diverse academic background, this grounding in solid business and management principles and practices will give you a competitive edge in the market, and allow you to take charge of your career direction.

The course comprises 9 core taught modules, 3 elective taught modules, and a dissertation module. An indicative list of modules can be obtained from the course website. The course is assessed based on a combination of assigned coursework, written examination, and a dissertation.

Entry Requirements

Admission is competitive, and is normally restricted to graduates who have achieved an upper second class honours degree or better. If you have graduated outside the EU, you will need to submit a GMAT score before we can consider your application. EU graduates do not need to submit a GMAT score, however depending on your background you may still be asked to submit one. In all cases a GMAT score will greatly assist us to speed up the processing of your application. You should have a GMAT score of 500 to be considered for entry into the programme.

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