Our full-time MBA programme is focused on strategic and international business. As such there are four distinctive and challenging enterprise projects working closely with businesses in the UK and worldwide. This includes our International Business Experience module and the International Management Challenge. Our approach on the programme is to constantly apply theory to practice in order to develop your career in international business leadership. Twelve modules are taken and a dissertation is submitted to complete the requirements for the award of the MBA degree. There are compulsory core modules and an extensive range of elective options.
Depending on the options taken, you can focus on a special field in one of the following areas: Marketing; Finance; International Trade and Finance; Human Resource Management, and Organisational Behaviour.
A range of teaching and learning methods are used to relate theory to practical situations. Important business skills such as analysis, argument and synthesis are developed. Personal leadership skills are enhanced through a series of modules in areas such as leadership, team dynamics and cross-cultural understanding. These take place at the University and residential off-campus locations.
Simon Evans, an alumnus of Birmingham Business School, has very kindly made funds available for exceptional students to gain access onto marketing courses for 2011 entry. 10 scholarships of £5000 towards your tuition fees are available. A Scholarship Panel will meet periodically over the Summer to review applications, and interview applicants if considered necessary, and will notify applicants of the outcome as soon as possible. The deadline for all applications is 1 August. The Scholarship Panel will meet soon after to review applications and interview applicants if considered necessary and will notify applicants of the outcome by mid-August. Applications and enquiries should be sent to: Dr Sheena Leek [email protected]
Value of Scholarship(s)
£5000 towards your tuition fees
To be eligible for these awards: - You need to be a UK / EU national. - You need to first apply for and be offered a place on a marketing masters programme. - MSc Marketing - MSc International Marketing - MSc Strategic Marketing and Consulting - MSc Marketing Communications
Having received an offer you will need to submit a 500-word Personal Statement addressing the issues noted below. Awards will be made mainly on academic merit and the quality of the Personal Statement, but the Scholarship Panel may also invite applicants for interview. Your Personal Statement should cover: (1) A review of your background (qualifications, training, relevant experience - even if only part-time) and how this links to your decision to study marketing (2) A review of the reasons you were attracted to the particular programme you have chosen (3) A review of your career aspirations (where you see yourself heading and why)
ESRC scholarships for PG Study and Doctoral Research
The University of Birmingham ESRC Doctoral Training Centre is one of 21 across the UK that has been accredited by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). It has been awarded 14 ESRC scholarships to fund postgraduate training and doctoral research starting in October 2012.Outstanding applicants will be considered for ESRC scholarships in the following pathways:Applied Linguistics Russian and East European Studies International Development (IDD) West African Studies German Studies Business and Management Finance Economic and Social History Economics and Econometrics Education Urban and Regional Studies Human Geography Political Science and International Studies European Studies Local Government Studies and Public Policy Psychology Sport and Exercise Science (Psy) Social Policy Social Work Socio-Legal Studies
Value of Scholarship(s)
Please note that to be eligible for an ESRC award at the University of Birmingham you must have also submitted an application to study at the University.
A good Honours degree plus five years post-graduation work experience with evidence of management. We will also consider applicants with a good Honours degree plus three years exceptional work experience with evidence of management. Equivalent professional qualifications will also be considered.The work experience requirement for the 21- and 24-month route is three years.
Recipient: University of Birmingham
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