This route explores the strategies behind the publishing industry and its marketing. You will analyse stakeholder and public interests, evaluate mergers and acquisitions and consider the influential role of technology.
You will gain a practical introduction to digital publishing, developing your understanding of its capabilities and what makes a successful digital publishing proposal. Finally, you will learn about the global publishing market, examining international publishing laws, copyright, moral right, authorship and ownership.
Why study this course?
The course will equip you with broad knowledge across a wide range of management subject areas and enable you to develop more specialist knowledge as it progresses.
You can add a year's work placement, making your master's a two-year course.
You will complete a hands-on project, giving you a fantastic opportunity to use the theories and knowledge you have gained to produce a meaningful piece of work. Projects include the Consultancy Experience Project, Internship, Business Research Project and Global Experience Project.
The framework for all of our full-time MSc in Management courses enables us to keep up to date with a range of dynamic modules relevant to the aspirations and needs of a new generation of global leaders.
Our partnership with the CMI means that on successful completion of this course you will receive the MSc Management and International Publishing and the CMI Level 7 Diploma in Management and Leadership.
The curriculum is reviewed and developed through consultation with our students, employers and alumni.
Central to the course's design is engagement with external businesses and organisations. Typically, these routes attract students from over 25 different countries, which means you will have a truly international learning experience.
You will complete a comprehensive development programme, which includes a short residential team-building course usually held in the Peak District.
You can learn from the best by attending guest lectures from leading organisations. Previous speakers have included representatives from companies such as E.ON, Lego, Experian, Santander, and IBM.
You can also build your skills and knowledge further with extracurricular activities such as joining a society, volunteering, becoming a Student Ambassador.
Scholarships and funding Students on this course are also eligible to apply for a scholarship from Nottingham Business School. For full details on eligibility and how much is available visit the postgraduate fees and funding section of our website.
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Last updated November 16, 2015