The course is for students who wish to study a broad range of management topics rather than a particular specialisation. The course includes the latest thinking and research in all the key business disciplines from finance, accounting and economics, to marketing, operations and human resources. Initially, students take a number of compulsory modules to provide the foundations for an understanding of management. There is then the opportunity to tailor the course to suit personal and particular business interests with 5 elective subject options to choose from an extensive range. The final part of the programme is the dissertation to investigate a specific management-related topic.
Faculty of Management and Law
Compulsory modules: business economics; accounting and finance; human resource management; international business environment; marketing; strategic marketing; operations management. Elective modules: applied intellectual property and environmental law; business ethics; consumer behaviour; contemporary issues in accounting and finance; corporate social responsibility; cross-cultural management; decision support for sustainability; diversity in work and organisations; entrepreneurship and innovation; environmental management and quality systems; European business management; financial statement analysis and valuation; information systems planning for sustainability; international business in emerging economies; international business strategy; international finance; international school; management of change; marketing communications; services marketing; strategic accounting; strategic financial management; strategic marketing; strategic marketing simulation; sustainable operations and management; technology and innovation management.
Assessment is by a combination of written examinations, assignments, group projects and presentations.
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
A degree, not necessarily in business and management, from an approved university. Exceptional candidates without the usual academic qualifications but with appropriate professional qualifications may be admitted on their merit. There is no requirement for previous work experience. Minimum IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
|International||£14,950 *||Year 1|
|England||£10,000 *||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£10,000 *||Year 1|
|Scotland||£10,000 *||Year 1|
|Wales||£10,000 *||Year 1|
*This is a provisional fee and subject to change.
World Bank low-income or low to middle income economy countries: £2,000 scholarship Academic Excellence scholarships: 15 scholarships of £1,000 available as a fee reduction to the highest achieving students with at least a first-class Honours in their undergraduate studies, or the European equivalent. Ma Kam Ming Scholarship Fund: The Ma Kam Ming Scholarship Fund supports up to 4 scholarships for full-time postgraduate study leading to the degree of MSc, at the School of Management, from permanent residents of Hong Kong or citizens of China in 2014/15. Postgraduate Bursary: UK or EU students applying to study a full-time Masters or research postgraduate programme, who have recently graduated from an undergraduate programme in England, and have received support towards their fees from the Local Authority or the Student Loans Company in their final year of undergraduate study at their previous university may be eligible for a Postgraduate Bursary of £500. Please visit the university website for full details. Alumni discount: self funded or part-self funded Bradford alumni applying to study a full-time or part-time Master's programme, whether studied in Bradford or at one of our partner institutions, will qualify for a discount on the self-funded element of their fees. Awards for company-sponsored study: a business relationship bursary of up to 35% on any company-sponsored or part-sponsored Master’s course is available for companies with whom the School has a relationship or demonstrated business engagement. The amount would depend on the strength of the relationship, which might include companies who have previously funded a student on a Bradford programme, employed an undergraduate placement, MSc or MBA student to undertake a project, employed a member of faculty to produce a KTP or research project, commissioned a customised Executive Education programme, or supported the School in other ways, but this list is not exhaustive and other business engagement activities could be considered eligible.