MSc in Management
Content and structure
24 September 2018 - 30 September 2018
1 October 2018 - 25 January 2019
4 February 2019 - 31 May 2019
June 2019 - September 2019
Dissertation / Practice Track
Please note that units and course information below refers to the 2017/18 academic year. 2018/19 content is likely to be similar but is subject to change.
Semester One: taught units
You will take these units
Semester two: taught units
You will take this unit
You will select four of these units
- Virtual organising: understanding group behaviour online
- Understanding employment law
- Strategic management
- Fundamentals of corporate finance
- Financial management for international business
- Management consulting: data driven approaches
- Project management
- Strategy and human resource management
- Strategic brand management
- Investment banking
- Leading and managing change
- Entrepreneurship and innovation
- Global governance and accountability
- Principles of corporate social responsibility
- Supply management
- Business analytics
- Consumer behaviour
- Strategies for sustainability
- Contemporary and emerging issues for organisations
- New product development
- Risk and risk management
- Global residency
- Economic governance and industrial policy
You will finish the course by choosing one of these two options:
The Practice Track
The student view
Detailed course information
Teaching and learning
You’ll learn from academics who are experts in the field of management. Your learning experience will be enriched by the research activities and collaborations of academic staff.
We will also offer a wide range of opportunities for personal development. These will be delivered by specialists in our Careers Service, Academic Skills Centre and Library, or in partnership with the Students’ Union.
All units are taught on campus, except for the optional unit ‘Global Residency’.
You will experience a variety of teaching methods including:
- project work
Methods of assessment
Units are assessed by a combination of formal examinations and coursework.
As well as the cost of books, you will also need to cover the cost of photocopying, printing and binding. You should budget at least £100 for this.
Some courses involve visits away from the University campus, and you may be required to pay some or all of the costs of travel, accommodation and subsistence for such trips.
This course is regulated by the Office for Students.