What Next?

Have you considered a Postgraduate Management qualification?

MSc Management

The following is an extract from Prospects.ac.uk:

It could be argued that, as a Masters graduate you possess many of the skills gained from a degree but to greater extent. Studying for a first degree requires a certain level of intellectual ability and motivation but completion of a Masters requires more commitment and capability. Employers value the more technical/vocational skills gained from specific Masters study.

Benefits of the Worcester Business School Postgraduate Management courses

  • The MSc courses offered by Worcester Business School are a flexible and dynamic group of courses that provide a sound understanding of managerial theory and practice
  • Option to switch pathway after the first semester
  • International context built into the course which will help improve your global awareness
  • 10% reduction in fees for continuing University of Worcester students
  • Opportunity to mix with International students helping to increase your cultural awareness

The Course

The six Masters awards in Management offered by Worcester Business School prepare you for a career in business and management. They offer real flexibility, and potential to specialise in your chosen areas of interest.

The six courses are:

  • Management MSc
  • International Management MSc
  • Management & Marketing MSc
  • Management & Finance MSc
  • Management & Human Resources MSc
  • International Marketing Management MSc

The MSc courses are primarily designed to meet the needs of graduates who have not previously specialized in management and business at degree level however it also offers business graduates the opportunity to enhance their vocational skills.

How to Apply

Please apply directly to Registry Services

For further information about the course please contact

John Gardener (Admissions Tutor)

Bredon 210


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