Master of Business Administration (Innovation and Entreprenuership)
|From||To||UK Fee *||International Fee|
|13 Feb 2013||31 Aug 2014||£9400||£11150|
* Exceptions may apply. Please see Fees and Finance for further information.
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The MBA degree is one of the most prestigious and sought after postgraduate degrees in the in the field of leadership and management. Earning an MBA can lead to;
- A higher salary
- Promotion to positions of leadership
- Employability/marketability in an
ever-evolving job market.
The MBA is designed to draw upon the experience of the candidate and in recognition of the applied nature of the award the programme will emphasise an integrated and practical (professional) orientation.
In class 3 hours per week per subject x 4 subjects per term so 12 hours a week contact in term 1 and 2.
In term 2 additional research methods for dissertation 2 hours per week for 5 weeks and over term 2 and 3 the dissertation has 6 sessions with the allocated supervisor.
Postgraduate Certificate (PgC)
- Financial Management and Control PGBM01 (15 Credits)
- Managing and Leading People PGBM02 (15 Credits)
- Operations Management PGBM03 (15 Credits)
- Marketing Management PGBM15 (15 Credits)
Postgraduate Diploma (PgD)
- International Business Environment PGBM04 (15 Credits)
- Global Corporate Strategy PGBM16 (15 Credits)
- Enterprise and Entrepreneurship PGBM41 (15 Credits)
- Innovation Management PGBM15 (15 Credits)
- MBA Dissertation (PGBM70) (60 Credits) OR
- Masters European Project Semester (60 Credits)
Students will normally have obtained an undergraduate degree and should be able to demonstrate in their application their ability to operate in a managerial role.
Students can demonstrate how they have obtained relevant organisational experience in a range of ways: internship, work placement, graduate project, voluntary work, work in family business or similar. This might be demonstrated across a range of short assignments and tasks cumulatively up to approximately three months. Details should be clearly provided and documented wherever possible by the students in the application statement.
Where students have not completed a first degree students will be considered if they can demonstrate an academic achievement up to an advanced level diploma in any subject area or equivalent and have five years verifiable and relevant work experience at a managerial or professional level.
Other non-standard applicants will be judged on the basis of their suitability and ability to study based on prior qualifications and depth and breadth of managerial experience.
Students will be required to demonstrate a relevant standard of English (IELTS 6.0) where their first language is not English.
Fees and Finance
The fees for this course are as specified in the table at the top of the page.
Please note that different fees apply to students studying for "Equivalent or Lower Qualifications" (ELQs). For more information about ELQs, please see the page Information for applicants who already have an HE Qualification.
For information about University scholarships and bursaries please see the page Fees and Finance.
Teaching and Assessment
The programme is concerned with the development of applicants as managers, and you will frequently participate in applied problem-solving, role-playing, and experiential learning. Other teaching methods include lectures, seminars, case studies, simulations, presentations and applied projects.
Students are formed at an early stage into Peer Action Learning Sets. The cross-cultural groups will have tasks to perform as well as encouraging the development of additional study support and a further tier of independent working.
Assessment methods will include individual written assignments; group written assignments, presentations and time constrained assignments.
This internationally recognised programme will accelerate your career development into highly paid management positions.
Various positions in which our past graduates have been involved include:
Financial controller Gulf countries
Financial Analysis and research Manager
United Arab investors
Head of Administration
Stoilydro Nigeria Ltd
Vice president Finance and support service
Taiga Forest Products Ltd
Tabson gases and welding products
Escourt Computer Romania SLR
Guangxi Tourism Administration
Embassy of Thailand
The Programme leader advises upon academic and programme issues. Lectures and seminars are 3 hours per week per subject
At the Dissertation stage there is the allocation of a personal supervisor in the specialist subject of the research.
Postgraduate students also have access to all the Student Academic Advice, one hour study skill workshops, the range of online tutorial and support material, as well as individual support sessions.
Faculty Contact Details:
Faculty of Business and Law
Reg Vardy Centre
Sir Tom Cowie Campus at St Peter's
St Peter's Way
Tel: +44 (0) 191 515 2311
Course Contact Details
Enterprise, Marketing & Recruitment Officer
Tel: 0191 515 3341