MBA

Swansea Business School – University of Wales Trinity Saint David

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Swansea Business School (SBS) has delivered its MBA programme to students from around the world for over twenty years.

The MBA is an internationally respected general management qualification, which enhances the skills and competences of experienced managers, but also provides a launch into a management career for more recent graduates.

 Course Overview

The programme covers the general business/management curriculum, with an opportunity to specialise. All students are encouraged to apply concepts learned as well as become familiar with theoretical paradigms.

The content will improve students’ potential to manage and lead organisations effectively through development of abilities, extension of knowledge and understanding of a wide range of management skills, ideas and theories.

This programme is designed for students from a wide variety of backgrounds who are seeking international career opportunities through the development of their managerial abilities.

The programme covers the general business/management curriculum, with an opportunity to specialise. All students are encouraged to apply concepts learned as well as become familiar with theoretical paradigms.

The content will improve students’ potential to manage and lead organisations effectively through development of abilities, extension of knowledge and understanding of a wide range of management skills, ideas and theories.

This programme is designed for students from a wide variety of backgrounds who are seeking international career opportunities through the development of their managerial abilities.


There remains an opportunity for the programme to be awarded by the University of Wales.

 Modules

Part 1

  • Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Management

In addition to the compulsory modules above, students will typically choose 2 modules from the following options:

  • Change Management
  • Consultancy Management
  • Critical Leadership Studies
  • E-Business Strategy
  • Management Ethics
  • Managerial Economics

Subject to viability, Contemporary Logistics Management could also be an optional module.


Part 2

Students are required to undertake an in-depth business research exercise. It is a vehicle for the integration of skills and knowledge learned during Part 1. It is a substantial piece of work carried out over a period of time, and students can follow their personal preference of subject specialisation.

All students attend a research methods workshop. Following the submission of a research proposal, they are allocated a supervising tutor with whom they will communicate regularly and who will support them throughout the process.

 Entry Criteria

Applicants must possess one or more of the following:

1. A recognised Honours degree (minimum 2:2) or equivalent.

2. A professional qualification.

3.Applicants who do not meet the above

criteria may be admitted to the course provided their professional or managerial experience is deemed to be appropriate.

Applicants who have been awarded a Diploma in Business Administration at Distinction level, or an equivalent postgraduate, post experience Management Diploma at credit level 7 may be admitted with exemption from modules in Part 1

International students for whom English is not a first language will be requested to provide evidence of sufficient command of spoken and written English to meet the demands of the programme in accordance with University requirements, normally at least IELTS at 6.0.

 

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