MSc Business Management
This MSc allows you to focus solely on general business or to select modules enabling a focus on wine, food, equine, agriculture, sustainability or international business to contextualise your studies in a sector of your choice. It offers an opportunity for those who would like to work in this area to study the marketing, finance, economics, people management and strategic issues faced by businesses both in the UK and internationally.
Who is the course for?
Applications are invited from those with an undergraduate degree who want to acquire a Masters degree in business management. The course is designed to accommodate graduates from a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines, and is well-suited to international as well as UK students. At the end of the MSc, you will be able to take a management role within a rural business or, alternatively, develop a career in general business management.
The MSc can be studied part-time over two, three or four years. You are able to choose the pattern, in consultation with the Programme Manager, which best suits you.
About the Course
The eight taught modules run over two terms from October to May. A dissertation is then undertaken, which is normally submitted before 1st April the following year.
Please note, all of our degree courses begin at the end of September each year.
- The normal minimum entry requirement will be an Honours degree at upper second level or an equivalent academic qualification from a comparable international institution.
- Mature candidates with significant relevant work experience and lower academic qualifications may also be considered for entry, following personal interview with the Course Manager.
- If your first language is not English, we will accept the International English Language Test (IELTS) with a minimum score of 6.5 average with no element below 5.5.
- If you have other qualifications, including overseas awards and alternative English language qualifications, you are advised to contact Admissions to discuss the suitability of your award for entry onto the course.
Last updated May 27, 2016