Student Recruitment Officer, Department of Academic Affairs
Both the MA Management and the MA International Business seek to develop well-rounded, thoughtful, active, reflective, and practical professionals with excellent skills that will enhance career prospects. In order to achieve this goal, our teaching and learning strategy is wide-ranging and innovative, seeking to give you a rich learning environment that draws actively upon both academic research and business practice. In the first semester, students on both MA programmes follow a common set of modules introducing them to a consolidated perspective on management and international business at Masters Level. In the second semester, students select one of two pathways and specialise in either Management or International Business. Here students will be able to move to a deeper knowledge and understanding of business and management, either concentrating on the strategic and operational aspects of business management or specialising in the study of business behaviour in the global economy. Each pathway has its core offering but subject to capacity, students may choose most options from either subject area, allowing them to focus on particular areas of interest. Students will also start preparatory work towards their dissertation or internship.