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Course summary

The MBA programme is a transformational experience with a focus on practical application through integrated learning and live case studies. The first six months are designed to provide a solid foundation to build your understanding and knowledge of different business themes with integration weeks to put theory into practice. The latter part allows you to tailor your learning specifically to your needs with electives and transition careers with a major piece of self-managed consultancy. Alongside this, we place a strong emphasis on developing a range of soft skills preparing you for future challenges in a competitive global business environment.

Modules

Core General Management: Block 1: Strategy and Organisations; Block 2: The Financial Environment; Block 3: Creating Management Advantage; Block 4: Knowledge and Policy; and Strategy Project. Elective modules cover the following areas: Consulting and Strategy; Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Finance; General Management; and Marketing. There are also several international modules available, including a UAE International Study Tour, China International Study Tour and Strategic Marketing in Action: Exploring Location Brands.

Assessment method

The MBA programme allows you to tailor your skills and learning around a Core General Management Programme. This will develop your core knowledge and skills in business and management giving you the base skill set to succeed for the remainder of the course. It's your Full-time MBA programme and we give you every opportunity to tailor its content through a wide choice of electives, a personal and professional development programme and one-to-one career coaching so that your MBA course takes you where you want to go not just after your MBA, but over the lifetime of your career.


Entry requirements

A good university degree (upper second class honours degree (2:1) or above) or appropriate professional qualification, or at least six years' relevant business experience if you don't have a degree. A minimum of three years' full-time professional experience, gained after graduation. All applicants are required to take either GMAT or GRE. You should aim for a well-balanced minimum GMAT score of 600 (the average score is 640) and for a score at or above 75% for the quantitative and verbal section of the GRE. We consider all applications on an individual basis and a high GMAT or GRE score doesn't guarantee admission. You can apply before you take either test if you provide your confirmed test date on your application form - you must send us the test booking confirmation together with your application. Personal statement - please consider the following questions: - Why do you want to undertake an MBA and why do you feel Cass is the right school for you? *(400 word limit); and - Discuss the greatest opportunities and threats for the current area of business, or area you aspire in post MBA? *(400 word limit). Please give an example of when you have demonstrated leadership skills/and or a significant contribution to a team. Specifically highlight what your role was in the situation. *(400 word limit). If English is not your first language you will require a minimum, well- balanced IELTS score of 7.0. In some cases, this requirement can be waived - please contact our Admissions team for more information. Two supporting references from suitable sources. They can either be from your employer and university tutor or from your current and previous employer.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £48000 Whole course
International £48000 Whole course
England £48000 Whole course
Northern Ireland £48000 Whole course
Scotland £48000 Whole course
Wales £48000 Whole course

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.

Sponsorship information

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