School - Salford Business School
Subject area - Business and Management
Start Date(s): September; January; June
2019-20 fees will be displayed shortly.
Full-time - £4,625
International - £6,660
- Achieve an excellent qualification that prepares you for progression on to a Masters degree
- Strengthen your learning, business and management skills
- Enhance your employability prospects with practical learning in IT, teamwork and problem-solving
- International students can apply
This Graduate Certificate is a pre-masters Level 6 programme specifically designed to bridge the gap in skills and knowledge found between your current qualifications and those expected of students entering Level 7 study in Salford Business School. By studying on this programme, you will be better equipped for level 7 study.
You will likely hold a pass, ordinary or third class degree. You may be an overseas student, wanting to gain experience in the methods of assessment and teaching used in the UK. You should also be keen to continue onto a Masters degree at Salford Business School. It is ideal if you have not previously studied business as you will learn about different areas of business and so make a better choice for your postgraduate study.
You will develop your business skills and effectiveness over a single, 12-week semester, studying two full days per week. There are three entry points during the year:
- September (to join MSc courses beginning in January)
- January (to join MSc courses beginning in June)
- June (to join MSc courses beginning in September)
Successful students will be allowed to progress to Level 7 study in Salford Business School; this excludes The Salford MBA.SUITABLE FOR
This programme is designed to appeal to a broad range of UK, EU and international students whose academic qualifications are not suitable for direct entry to a taught Master's programme. You will have an undergraduate degree but it may not be in a business subject.
If you would like to discuss this programme further, please contact the Programme Leader, Dr Amjad Muhammad M.Amjad@salford.ac.uk