This course equips students with both theoretical and practical knowledge as well as the professional and personal skills to manage strategically and successfully in a constantly changing environment. Both the full-and part-time course have the same content. The full-time programme is delivered over an intensive 1 year of study; while the part-time programme is taught via mostly 5-day modules (Monday to Friday) on campus at Bath compressed into 2 years with the flexibility to extend and complete in up to a maximum of 5 years.
University of Bath
Modules include: Business and the global context; analysis for decision making; strategic marketing; managing your people; strategy; applied microeconomics; final project/dissertation; personal leadership and careers; understanding financial principals; managing optional processes; entrepreneurship in action; leading and managing change; sample options.
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A degree at 1st or 2nd Class Honours level, or equivalent classification/GPA, awarded by an approved institution or a final qualification of a professional body accepted to the university. For individuals whose academic background does not meet the minimum criteria or who are at the margins of 3 years' relevant, postgraduate, management experience, A GMAT score in excess of 600 is required. Candidates whose 1st language is not English will normally require an IELTS score of 7.0 with no less than 7.0 in each of the components.
‘Pay as you go’ scheme: this scheme is structured around payment of the initial reservation fee, followed by invoices per module and an invoice for the final project; payment of full-fees in advance: this option attracts a 10% discount (to be requested when making an application, confirmation to follow the acceptance of offer made); company discounts: where more than 1 individual per year applies to study for this course and they are both sponsored by their employing organisation a 10% discount is offered (to be requested when making an application and confirmed at the time of accepting any offer made); bursaries: The School of Management Scholarship Fund is available to assist self-funding students with their tuition fees; max value £1,500; process: evaluation of career history, academic ability and merit; individuals are required to submit a 1 page business case touching upon their career achievements, academic record and outlining any mutual benefits such an award would bring; the award is normally offset against the invoice for the final project (£4600).