This programme is geared towards the realities of working as a modern manager and our face-to-face delivery consists of a highly effective combination of lectures, small group sessions and blended learning opportunities. The small group sessions, in particular, have a strong emphasis on contextual student learning, involving practical skills sessions to prepare you for what it's really like to work in management settings whilst facing managerial challenges.
BPP London City
Modules include: Accounting and decision making; knowledge management and information systems strategy; markets and marketing; leadership and change management; competitive intelligence; operations management and service excellence; enterprise risk management; strategy; marketing management; innovation management; consultancy project or academic and career skills project.
Assessment is module-by-module using a combination of coursework, closed-book exams and supervised projects.
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
A 2.2 Honours degree from a recognised university or the equivalent international qualification; or an acceptable professional qualification equivalent; or a pass in the Graduate Entry Examination; an acceptable professional qualification equivalent such as the CMI, ILM at level 6 or above. Following the review of applications, you may be required to: Attend a face-to-face interview; take part in a telephone interview; submit a Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) score of 550 or above; submit a Graduate Records Examination (GRE) of 500 for Verbal and 500 for Quantitative. The median GRE score for each section ranges from 550-625 per section, with the median total around 1200. Evidence that you have been instructed and assessed predominantly in English for a significant part of your educational career; or IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no less than 6.5 in any sub-component. If you obtain a score of 6.5 overall with 6.0 in any of the sub-components you will have to attend in-sessional Study Skills Support classes alongside the programme during the first term of studies at no additional cost.
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