On the programme you will:
•Develop knowledge and understanding of organisations, their management and the changing internal and external contexts in which they operate.
•Build knowledge and understanding of the complexity of business and management in order to improve the effectiveness of decision-making in organisations.
•Develop as managers who can contribute a balanced outlook which incorporates an understanding of the economic, environmental, social and ethical concerns in the context of managing organisations.
•Develop enduring skills and an appreciation that these skills can be enhanced and developed through life-long learning.
•Develop the necessary knowledge and skills to improve your employability in an increasingly competitive environment.
Modules are designed to enhance your employability by developing your capacity to make high-quality decisions, undertake organisation analysis, lead others and communicate effectively. In particular, the MBA project provides you with the opportunity to develop, but also demonstrate your business acumen through a significant piece of original organisational research or consultancy-style project work.
27 September 2018
Corporate Strategy, Financial Information for Business, Managing People Across Cultures, Marketing, Operations & Information Systems Management, Practical Research Methods, Professional Effectiveness, Project Management, Project.
Teaching across our postgraduate programmes is through a combination of formal lectures, tutorials and seminars. Our lectures aim to encourage healthy dialogue between faculty and students, and between students themselves, while our small tutorial groups ensure that students can engage even more closely with their teachers. Members of the Business School faculty also make a point of being available to students outside the scheduled teaching sessions – something which our postgraduate students find particularly valuable. We frequently use case studies to examine business decisions taken in real situations, and business simulations and games give you first-hand experience of decision making in the world of work. Role-play and group problem-solving exercises help you to apply some of the theoretical concepts delivered in lectures and you will have the opportunity to undertake individual or group projects with local companies on topical business issues. The assessment of individual modules within each course varies according to the subject. Assessment is usually by examination, assessed coursework, or a combination of the two.
To join the MBA you need to have attained either a 1st or a 2.1 in any degree subject. In certain circumstances, these entry requirements can be relaxed if you have substantial relevant work experience.
|Channel Islands||£10,350||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£10,350||Year 1|
The University would like to encourage students – both undergraduates and postgraduates – to come to Buckingham regardless of their financial circumstances. The bursaries and scholarships we offer are awarded on merit and/or on financial need. You may only accept one University award. All awards are subject to your meeting the University’s academic entry requirements and abiding by the University’s rules and regulations. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship you will need to have been offered a place to study at Buckingham. For details of our current range of scholarships and bursaries please see our website: https://www.buckingham.ac.uk/admissions/scholarships