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Part-time study – a Scottish networking experience

We recognise that the commitments of working managers mean they require a programme that fits around their careers. Strathclyde’s part-time MBA (evening study) offers course members the opportunity to gain a valued and well- established management qualification in a way best suited to their professional and personal circumstances.

Typically, part-timers complete their degree in around three years although some choose to accelerate the programme to complete in a little over two.

A major strength of the part-time route lies in the immediacy of the relationship between managerial practice and the course. Members of the part-time route bring to their classes and groups the issues they deal with on a day-to-day basis and in depth knowledge of current practice in their industry. Through the course materials and discussion with their peers they take back into their work situations insights that reflect the cross-disciplinary nature of the course and the contextual richness of those taking the MBA. This generative dynamic brings great value to course members and employers alike as new possibilities and ways of working are opened up at both an organisational and personal level.

Part-time MBA students can also take advantage of the flexible learning intensive seminars to catch up on any classes missed due to work commitments.

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Our position and strength as a business school brings a further benefit. As the vast majority of the course members on the part-time programme live and work in the central belt of Scotland, studying part-time at Strathclyde gives you the opportunity to get to know people from across the broad spectrum of Scottish industry. Currently the part-time route includes representatives from, amongst others, the financial services, oil, pharmaceutical, IT and retail sectors as well as public and not-for-profit organisations. This provides course students with the unique opportunity to establish a powerful network amongst Scotland’s up and coming managers.