University of Buckingham Mba

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University of Buckingham Mba

University of Buckingham Mba

Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

Entry requirements: First or Second Class honours business degree (or equivalent)
Full or Part-time: Full-time

School: Business School Back to course finder

Course outline

Our new flagship MBA programme takes advantage of Buckingham’s unique student-centred pedagogical approach, to give you an unparalleled opportunity to work closely with expert-faculty to develop considerable specialised and general business knowledge. It will help you achieve a more rewarding career and lucrative lifestyle.

On the programme you will:

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of organisations, their management and the changing internal and external contexts in which they operate.
  • Build knowledge and understanding of the complexity of business and management in order to improve the effectiveness of decision-making in organisations.
  • Develop as managers who can contribute a balanced outlook which incorporates an understanding of the economic, environmental, social and ethical concerns in the context of managing organisations.
  • Develop enduring skills and an appreciation that these skills can be enhanced and developed through life-long learning.
  • Develop the necessary knowledge and skills to improve your employability in an increasingly competitive environment.

Modules are designed to enhance your employability by developing your capacity to make high-quality decisions, undertake organizational analysis, lead others and communicate effectively. In particular, the MBA project provides you with the opportunity to develop, but also demonstrate your business acumen through a significant piece of original organizational research or consultancy-style project work.

Modules available on this course

  • Corporate Strategy
  • Financial Information for Business
  • Managing People Across Cultures
  • Marketing
  • Operations & Information Systems Management
  • Practical Research Methods
  • Professional Effectiveness
  • Project Management
  • Project

Full course information in the University Handbook


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