Choose this MBA and you’ll develop into fully rounded business leader with transferrable skills which will enable you to succeed in a wide variety of disciplines, industries and locations. Top performers can apply for our ‘High Flyers’ scheme for particularly talented postgraduate students.
Where better to study for an MBA in Global Business than in the heart of the Square Mile, London’s financial district? Some of the world’s most long-established, well-respected financial and business institutions will be right on your doorstep, offering opportunities for tours, visits and work experience.
This is a comprehensive, career-building course which has been developed in consultation with industry, so the curriculum teaches what employers are looking for in graduates. Learning is applied, and will include work-based activities and assessments, live projects for clients, company visits, leadership lectures, and training in career planning and guidance with career paths. You will graduate with excellent prospects for career progression.
Every aspect of the course engages with the latest business and best practice. In particular, there is constant reference to the changing nature of the business landscape, including the way it is impacted by social, environmental, economic and regulatory factors. There is a strong focus on equipping you to respond effectively to, and to manage, change.
Students who pass 2 specific modules can be awarded the CMI Level 7 Certificate in Strategic Management and Leadership, providing they register as a CMI member and pay the membership fees. With over 100,000 members, the CMI is internationally recognised as the professional body which sets the standards in management.
This MBA course has been carefully designed to reflect business systems, standards and practices around the world. It draws upon international case studies and promotes cross-cultural fluency among students. You will develop confidence dealing with people and organisations around the world, and you will understand how to respond to issues faced by companies based in other countries; multi-national organisations; and businesses which trade internationally.