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OverviewThe MBA has been designed to support your career progression, preparing you to carry out managerial roles successfully or to build your own business. You will study with a cohort of experienced professionals drawn from a range of industries, building your network and giving you insights into best practice.You will explore issues that have significant impact within organisations by working with others and building on both personal individual experiences and comparing and contrasting with
The MBA has been designed to support your career progression, preparing you to carry out managerial roles successfully or to build your own business. You will study with a cohort of experienced professionals drawn from a range of industries, building your network and giving you insights into best practice.
You will explore issues that have significant impact within organisations by working with others and building on both personal individual experiences and comparing and contrasting with those of cohort members. You will carry out projects and assignments designed to help you critique and apply the theories, tools and techniques you learn.
Much of the learning is developed through the establishment of collaborative learning communities of programme participants and tutors and you will become part of that community of learning. Your understanding is developed around the key skills, processes and practices of business, leadership and management.
You can choose to study this course on a day-release basis to help you balance your studies with other commitments.
Our MBA is designed for graduates and business professionals. The course has been carefully mapped to ensure that you build business acumen and critical thinking to gain a competitive edge.
In a vibrant and supportive environment, you will develop professionally by combining your intellectual, analytical, strategic and critical thinking skills with your drive and ambition. This will help you to begin or progress in your chosen business career, or to change career direction.
You will improve your effectiveness as a manager and leader, transforming your prospects for managerial careers as well as developing your entrepreneurial skill.
This industry-focused course has been designed with direct input from employers, large and small, from both public and private sectors. You will gain a broad overview of international management and business issues, with the choice of optional modules and a personal dissertation to suit your career aims.
Study & career progression
Once you graduate, you could decide to set up your own business, progress to senior management, or start over in a fresh sector that interests you.
Many of our postgraduates now successfully run their own business. Others have moved on to work with companies such as:
The Times India
Your MBA also qualifies you for doctorate study, where you can specialise in a business area that interests you or explore something new.
You should have an honours degree (2:2 or above) from a UK university or equivalent. You should also have a minimum of two years relevant postgraduate work experience. All applications are considered individually.
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The University of West London (UWL) is based in the heart of one of the UK’s most successful business regions, with a number of global organisations such a GlaxoSmithKline and Sky based locally.
The University offers postgraduate courses in subjects ranging from nursing to music. Known as the ‘career university’, there is an impressive graduate employment rate, with courses specifically designed to enable students to secure work after leaving.