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Student Support

Studying part-time can be challenging. In recognition of this a Learning Support Officer (LSO) will be available to provide you with support and advice on all course matters through our telephone, email and drop-in support service. Your Learning Support Officer is available each week day to provide you with individual advice throughout your time on the diploma and degree. They are qualified to advise you on all academic and administrative matters throughout your programme of study. The types of questions our LSO Team receive include essay planning, assignment feedback and time management. 

What will I learn?

The key takeaways from the course comprise a theoretical grounding in business models and the analytical capacity to review and solve actual problems, underpinned by essential personal and professional skills.

A combined understanding of practical tools and techniques and conceptual models in order to resolve real-life business challenges.

The acquisition of essential interpersonal, communication and leadership skills via group and case study-based learning, presentations and simulation exercises.

The ability to conduct and deliver in-depth research and large-scale projects in a truly autonomous fashion.

How will I benefit?

A broad subject range and diverse body of students contribute to an especially rich learning experience that offers a host of employment possibilities in highly-reputed international companies.

The diverse cohort are encouraged as much as possible to learn from one another’s differing academic backgrounds and develop crucial interpersonal and communications skills in the process.

Curriculum

A broad subject range and diverse body of students contribute to an especially rich learning experience that offers a host of employment possibilities in highly-reputed international companies.

The diverse cohort are encouraged as much as possible to learn from one another’s differing academic backgrounds and develop crucial interpersonal and communications skills in the process.

Year 1

Semester 1Semester 2 

 

Year 2

Semester 1Semester 2

Note: option modules listed are indicative of what has been delivered in previous years. What is offered each academic year is subject to change. 

Key Provisional Dates for Academic Year 2018/19

Semester 1

August 2018

Friday 31st  

 Year 1, Year 2

September 2018

Saturday 1st 

 Year 1 Year 2

September 2018

Friday 14th  

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 15th 

 Year 1 Year 2

October 2018

Friday 12th 

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 13th 

 Year 1 Year 2

November 2018

Friday 16th 

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 17th 

 Year 1 Year 2

Semester 2

January 2019

Friday 11th 

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 12th 

 Year 1 Year 2

February 2019

Friday 1st   

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 2nd  

 Year 1 Year 2

March 2019

Friday 1st   

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 2nd  

 Year 1 Year 2

April 2019

Friday 5th  

 Year 1, Year 2

 

Saturday 6th 

 Year 1 Year 2

Semester 3

May 

Thursday 23th 

 Year 2

 

Friday 24th 

  Year 2

 

Saturday 25th

  Year 2

The MSc Management programme is aimed at students who are looking to enhance their prior qualifications with a business/management specialisation (Purpose).

We encourage students to be active, courageous and autonomous learners, whose objective is to both understand and challenge current approaches to management and to make strides in reimagining a future practice of management (Education and subject/discipline/professional values).

We value research-led learning and thus aim to provide a learning environment that will nurture informed and critical approaches to the study of management (the nature of the learning environment for students).

This programme focuses on approaches such as case study analysis, group project work and business skills development. By participating in a strategy simulation exercise, students have an opportunity to experience the difficulties associated with management in a dynamic competitive market (key approaches to teaching, learning and assessment).

On successful completion of the programme students should be able to:

Programme Goal 1: To develop management knowledge - On graduating this programme, students will be current in management theory and practice.

Programme Goal 2: To expand communication capacity - Graduates will have experience working in terms and be competent in preparing and delivering oral/written presentations using appropriate media.

Programme Goal 3: To nurture strategic thinking - Our graduates will be attentive to the importance of synthesis.

Programme Goal 4: To promote ethical and socially responsive behaviour - Students will be exposed to ethical and social dilemmas and will explore the implications for managerial action.

Articulate and explain current theory and practice underpinning management (PG1).  

Analyse different business/organisational contexts by drawing on a variety of frameworks, concepts and tools. Make recommendations on potential courses of action (PG1).

Prepare and communicate oral/written presentations on a variety of management/business topics (PG2).  

Effectively engage and contribute in multi-cultural teams (PG2). 

Appreciate and be able to synthesise the multiple perspectives that exist in organisations and appreciate how decisions and actions in one function can impact outcomes in others (PG3).

Understand ethical codes of conduct and standards in private/non-private organizational contexts and be able to demonstrate an ability to apply appropriate ethical codes of conduct (PG4).

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