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Management (MSc)

Master of Science
Course Type
Academic year
2025 / 2026 Course subject to approval

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Our MSc Management course gives you knowledge and skills covering key aspects of general management. The course runs for one year, and is designed for people who don't have a background in management.

Taught by management and business experts, you'll learn how to holistically address problems, while also having deep knowledge of specialist areas.

You'll start your master's with a grounding in people management, accounting, strategy, and marketing. In your second semester, you'll take this further with operations management and research methods. 

You'll also be able to choose modules that suit your interests. This includes topics such as:

  • consultancy
  • entrepreneurship
  • corporate finance
  • project management
  • corporate social responsibility
  • strategic human resource management

You'll then complete an independent research project on a topic of your choice.

During this master's in management, you'll learn how to:

  • apply academic theory to real-world problems and cases
  • solve complex problems independently and as part of a team
  • compare, contrast, and critique ideas and concepts
  • make decisions based on analytics and evidence
  • present your ideas in the most appropriate and effective way
  • create value within a business while being aware of stakeholders' needs

MSc Management graduates can progress into roles across a wide range of sectors, such as:

  • human resource and industrial relations officer
  • business and financial project management professional
  • management consultant
  • business analyst
  • business sales executive

Wherever you want to go, we'll give you the tools and knowledge to succeed in a fast-paced and evolving business world.