Employment in management consultancy sector is buoyant at the moment so whether you are an engineer, a scientist, a law or business graduate, this programme will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to make a credible job application.
This one-year MSc programme at Aberdeen comprises an intensive series of stimulating lectures, energetic seminars, intensive small group work, and consultancy project work, which will include academics and consultants as well as managers from our contributing companies to develop your ability to think logically, laterally and independently about the implications of change and give you the confidence to plan and facilitate change programmes.
Management, consultancy and change
Consultancy and Innovation
Interpersonal Management, Negotiation and Persuasion
Accounting and Finance for Managers
Theory and Research on Organisational Change
Business Model Innovation
The Leadership Challenge
In the summer period there will be an opportunity to conduct a group or individual consultancy project in a chosen organization which will be presented to a panel of experts at the end of the course. The project will enable taught postgraduate (PGT) programmes build relationships with employers and organizations of all sizes and successfully to implement work-based consultancy projects.
Will be by examination and assignments with faculty and business assessment of the final project.
Employers and graduates frequently ask Universities to concentrate on the graduate attributes which make job applicants employable. This programme is designed to deliver that objective. Our links with local consultancies include PwC, KPMG and Accenture and we are working with companies in the finance and oil sectors in Aberdeen.
We aim to ensure that our students will have the opportunity to network within the consultancy sector and meet and discuss their careers with our staff and the managers in the businesses with whom we work
Charlene Feeney (Price Waterhouse Cooper)
Charlene Feeney-Seale graduated in 2012 and now works as a management consultant with PriceWaterhouseCooper.
“I thoroughly enjoyed the Organisational Change course in my third year, and it was this which really inspired me to become a management consultant. I have frequently used the material covered in the course in my working life, and would strongly recommend the MSc as an excellent foundation for a career in management consultancy”.
The Programme Leader is Dr Julian Randall and he can be contacted via email for any information concerning the content of the programme at: [email protected]
The minimum entry requirement is the equivalent to a British 2:1 (Hons) Degree. This is a conversion course. IELTS Academic (6.5), TOEFL iBT (90), PTE Academic Overall (62), Cambridge English Advanced & Proficiency (176)