Management with Enterprise & Business GrowthUniversidad de Glasgow
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- Glasgow (Escocia)
A good Honours degree or equivalent in any subject. Prior work experience is encouraged but not required. English language If your first language is not English, the University sets a minimum English Language proficiency level.
- There is focus on personal and career development. You will attend sessions dedicated to enhancing your CV and your interview technique, as well as careers advice shops and job market analysis meetings. You will have contact with graduate employers through a programme of guest speakers, practitioner-led workshops and career events.
- You will also participate in a series of reflective learning exercises. These include induction events (involving outdoor challenges and cross-cultural team building), strategic case analyses and debates on topics like business ethics.
- The University of Glasgow Business School is an accredited member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
- MSc: 12 months full-time
The first part of the programme focuses on the building blocks of management, such as strategic management and marketing, while the second half of the programme gives you the opportunity to develop specialist knowledge and skills in business growth, innovation and enterprise.
You will work with a peer group of like-minded students at a similar stage in their management development, and with complementary interests and ambitions. It is an engaging and stimulating learning experience, with staff and students coming together in a vibrant postgraduate community. The taught courses comprise a combination of lectures, seminars, tutorials, fieldwork and project work, both in groups and individually. You will also have opportunities for study trips in the UK and abroad.
- People in organisations
- Operations management
- Financial information management
- Marketing management
- Research methods
- Strategy and the competitive environment
- Business planning.
- Business growth
- Entrepreneurial finance
- Internationalisation of small and medium enterprises
- Processes of entrepreneurship and innovation
- The knowledge economy.
Career prospectsThere is a high demand for managers who can act on their own initiative, take personal responsibility, show leadership potential, and adapt to changing circumstances. As a graduate of this programme, these are the kind of attributes we would expect you to possess. You will also have a specialisation that will give you an advantage in a business development career or when setting up your own business.
Recent graduates have gained senior positions as financial analysts, development executives, client services managers, contract managers, human resource managers, property consultants, sales and marketing managers.