The MSc in Applied Management and Sustainability is designed for students who wish to develop management skills with a clear emphasis on sustainable business models, entrepreneurship and innovation. The course provides the skills required to start new businesses or manage innovation in existing businesses to work towards a sustainable future.
Initially, MSc students take a number of management topics that will provide the understanding, knowledge and skills necessary to undertake a project with an applied sustainability/innovation focus. In the second stage of the programme, students start a project to develop a business case from concept to full board proposal and will provide students with the opportunity to develop the business acumen, skills and confidence to contribute to business at all levels. In the third and final stage students have the opportunity to study the principles of business from their own perspective and then finalise their business proposal project.
On completion, students will have gained a detailed understanding of the context in which future businesses must operate.
You must have a degree (not necessarily in business and management) from an approved university; alternatively, an appropriate professional qualification may be acceptable (subject to University approval).If we need evidence of your proficiency in English, you will be required to achieve a minimum score of 6.5 on the IELTS test (with no sub-text less than 5.5), or a score of 94 in the internet-based TOEFL (with minimum scores of Reading 18, Listening 17, Speaking 20, Writing 17), or 60 in the PTE-A (Pearson Test of English-Academic).
£9,000 for home/EU students and £13,500 for international students in 2013/14
Recipient: University of Bradford
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