Masters in Management
This Masters programme in accounting will equip you to understand how and why companies report on their financial performance and position in the way they do and places an important emphasis on analysing real-world financial situations faced by business organisations.
This Masters programme in international business addresses key issues such as how multinational firms decide where and when to invest internationally and how to evaluate the opportunities and challenges that face them in different countries.
This multidisciplinary Masters programme, offered jointly with Henley Business School's ICMA Centre, will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the interrelationships between areas of finance and the global economy.
Grounded in current management science, this Masters programme provides a critical and ambitious specialisation in the field of international management. You will develop cognitive and ethical reasoning skills through a dynamic learning environment that involves debates, class conversations and strong individual and interpersonal interaction.
This Masters programme is unique in its combination of theory and practice in the study of human resource management (HRM) within a global environment and builds on Henley Business School's reputation in the field of international business.
This highly popular Masters programme will provide you with an understanding of the latest principles and practices in marketing and examine how marketing strategy is critical in generating competitive advantage for most organisations, regardless of their size or the sector in which they operate.
The Masters programme is designed to provide you with an integrated and critically aware understanding of entrepreneurship and management, and prepare you to take effective decisions as a future entrepreneur or manager within entrepreneurial firms.
To be successful today, entrepreneurs have to know how to use an entire range of non-traditional forms of finance. In ever more competitive global markets, those firms that depend only on ploughing back profits into the business with the odd bank loan will be condemned to slow growth. On this programme you will build an in-depth knowledge of entrepreneurial organisations (public, private and not-for-profit), their leadership and management and the changing external and international context in which they operate. You will also learn to understand, respond to and initiate change, and be able to demonstrate intellectual breadth by making integrative links across the various areas of entrepreneurship and management in entrepreneurial firms. You will learn about the essential tools for financing an entrepreneurial firm, and the range of sources of finance for growth..
This Masters programme will provide the opportunity to combine advanced studies in management with financial reporting and focuses on effectively managing the strategic objectives of multinational organisations in the 21st century
A part-time, broadly based management programme relevant to professionals within the public, private and third sectors.
Ideally suited for the development of management skills to enhance organisational effectiveness.
Aimed at people working in all sectors of UK health and social care irrespective of professional or functional background. This includes those who are moving from a purely professional or clinical role to one with a more managerial focus
Designed for health and social care professionals with significant management responsibilities. It is suitable for those new to the role as well as those with significant experience.
A final year culminating in the award of a full a full MA in Health and Social Care Management is delivered over one academic year starting in October, and unlike the Certificate and Diploma modules, which are delivered solely by distance learning, the final year will be by 'blended learning', requiring attendance at 6 day workshops during the Autumn and Spring terms at the University, in addition to undertaking distance learning.