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Course summary

Study one programme, gain two degrees. Richmond uniquely awards a UK and US qualification for all graduates, including MBA students. All of our MBA students follow the same programme initially, which begins in the first semester with a thorough study of financial management, business economics and explores how to manage both organisations and people. In the second semester you’ll move on to examine the principles of strategic management, how to implement global marketing strategies and conduct business research. Also, you will have the opportunity to specialise in a human resource topic of your choice. It could be Leading, Mentoring and Coaching or Human Resource Management. Either way, your people management skills will be enhanced considerably, opening up career opportunities. You’ll then be able to choose a human resource topic for your professional project, with or without an internship. The MBA faculty team at Richmond, which includes both academics and experienced industry professionals, is collaborative and supportive. They practice the latest teaching methods which stimulate critical thinking and creativity and encourage you to explore boundaries in your thinking and actions. Learning alongside an international cohort of students will also enable you to share fresh perspectives on similar problems and build lasting business networks.


Entry requirements

At Richmond our postgraduate degree programmes, which are based on the US educational approach, are available as 1 year (full-time) or two year (part-time) options with some programmes offering even more flexibility. The entry requirements for all postgraduate programmes at Richmond are the same, regardless of your chosen study option, excluding our International Business (MSc) programme Academic Entry Requirements UK first Degree minimum second class honours (2.2) US Degree with a minimum CGPA of between 2.5 and 3.0 or international equivalent Academic Interview *All other equivalent eligible transfer credits will be determined by Admissions.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £13500 Whole course
Northern Ireland £13500 Whole course
Scotland £13500 Whole course
Wales £13500 Whole course
EU £16500 Whole course
International £16500 Whole course

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Human Resource Management at Richmond, The American International University in London - UCAS