School - Salford Business School
Subject area - Business and Management
MSc (one year full-time or two years part-time)
PgDip (eight months full-time or two years part-time)
PgCert (four months full-time or one year part-time)
International - 10,000 Swiss Francs, approximately
- Enhance your career prospects with an excellent online masters qualification specialising in global business and management
- Build on existing management skills to strengthen your personal performance and benefit your organisation
- Put global management theory into real practice with an exciting Business Innovation Project
- Work/industrial placement opportunity
- International students can apply
This online programme is designed by Salford Business School academics and delivered via our partner Robert Kennedy College; for details, visit salford.rkc.edu
The Global Management Masters course is designed for graduates from a non-business discipline wanting to develop their skills and knowledge in order to become a successful manager in a global business organisation. Developed by University of Salford academics and delivered online in partnership with Robert Kennedy College, the programme will help to make you a more successful and efficient manager
There are no old-fashioned exams. Instead you are given real-life case studies and essays, which allow you to think critically about your company and your own career. You will learn about and evaluate evidence-based best practice to inform and improve your own skills.
If you are already working as a manager, you will seriously enhance your capabilities, improve your career prospects, and achieve a highly-regarded management qualification.
Places are strictly limited to 90 per term.
To apply, visit www.salford.rkc.edu
This course is delivered via blended learning mostly online via OnlineCampus (an interactive online learning environment) with intensive class discussion and collaboration, plus a one-week compulsory residency. The residency is held in Salford, UK or Zürich, Switzerland and prepares you for the final Business Innovation Project.
A not-for-credit induction module will be the starting point of the programme. The induction process is designed to familiarise you with the programme design, requirements and resources, as well as with the way online interaction, learning and grading will take place. After the induction you should be familiar with academic life, including academic writing, library services and library access, OnlineCampus access, and academic support services.
Business Innovation Project (BIP)
You will write a dissertation of 12,000 to 15,000 words, consisting of research question, aims and objectives, rationale for undertaking the study, literature review, research methodology, analysis of findings, conclusions and recommendations. During your residency (held in either Salford, UK or Zurich, Switzerland), you will get guidance about how to complete the project.