The Masters in Management programme delivers a strong academic and practical grounding in core subjects. This includes strategy, marketing, finance and ethics, as well as offering students a wide choice of elective modules. Your studies will conclude with two capstone modules: an international study visit and an applied management project. These will allow you to start applying your learning in real-world situations and putting your skills and knowledge into practice.
On this postgraduate course, you'll join students from across the globe and prepare for an outstanding career in management and leadership.
Find out about how we'll be delivering our courses in 2020.
Who is this postgraduate programme for?
Students looking to develop more detailed knowledge and experience of management practice to accelerate their career. We expect students to be recent graduates, with no more than two years of direct professional experience.
What does a Masters in Management degree provide?
Employers around the world recognise the importance of a Masters in Management. We aim to ensure that graduates leave with the skills and mind-set to take on the challenges of international business. The content and quality of our teaching, careers provision, and alumni community we will equip you with the confidence for your career.
A message from the Programme Director, Professor Kleio Akrivou:
By the end of this Masters we aim for our students to have a mastery of contemporary management. Through the lenses of key disciplines and practice, and to develop themselves and acquire key skills facing their future career and their organisational roles with confidence. Students graduate with a strong qualification in contemporary, ethical and responsible management practice. This enables them to respond well to complex challenges in business, economy and society within the context of their responsibilities.Read Less