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Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise
Master of Business Administration, MBA
The MBA is for those aiming to establish or sustain a successful managerial or professional career in business. It offers rigorous and challenging personal and managerial development, with teaching delivered by experienced professionals with real business insight.
By studying for the MBA, students will:
- Gain a thorough understanding of the main business functions of marketing, accounting and finance, and operations management, as well as developing entrepreneurial flair.
- Develop an international perspective on both operational and strategic management, and using the latest thinking on business management, analyse key problems faced by the world's major businesses.
- Recognise the implications of managing knowledge in a global context, and develop their research skills by undertaking postgraduate research into a particular area of interest in business management. Academic staff are research-active and share their knowledge and enthusiasm with students as they progress through the course.
- Learn to critically review their work experiences in the light of current business thinking; and sharpen their team working and leadership skills, reflecting upon their existing behaviour and attitudes.
- One year without professional placement, or two years with professional placement.
Master of Business Administration, MBA (Part-Time)
- The MBA programme combines modules focusing on specific areas of management and business, with modules giving the opportunity to reflect on the student's skills and development.
- The course gives students the opportunity to develop their critical understanding of business and management, integrating their existing work and management experience with an understanding of the practice and role of management in contemporary organisations and society.
- Overall the course provides students with a learning experience to enhance their careers, personal and professional effectiveness, and confidence in the field of business and management in a wide range of organisations.
- Modules focus on various aspects of management including operations management, contemporary human resource management and marketing, data analytics, and accounting and finance. In addition, day workshops help develop academic skills in writing, critical thinking and reflective practice.
- Individuals who already possess a postgraduate general management diploma such as the Diploma in Management Studies (DMS), and can satisfy the general admissions criterion of ability to benefit, may be able to join the MBA in Year three.
- Three years.
MBA Tuition Fees
The following are the typical annual course fees for MBA students submitted to us by the university (Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees 2018–2019). Always confirm individual course fees with the university.
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Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Preston, PR1 2HE