Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Mphil in Management - KK

MPhil in Management

The MPhil in Management is a taught Masters' programme which offers new and recent graduates of any subject (except those with a single honours or major degree in business or management) a thorough grounding in management. Students admitted will normally have a First Class Honours degree or its equivalent but should not have extensive work experience. Visit the Applying to the MPhil in Management webpage for more information.

The MPhil is conceived of as a graduate conversion course which will prepare students for a professional career. It does, nevertheless, set high academic and intellectual standards, being based upon the latest academic research in the field. The normal expectation is that graduates of the MPhil will wish to seek a professional career in management, but it may occasionally be that, subject to acceptance and to 3 further years of study, graduates may undertake research for a PhD. Students wishing to do so must apply for the PhD programme in the normal way and should note that there is no research or research training component on this MPhil.

The philosophy behind the programme is that whilst effective management requires experience, a good grounding in academic knowledge is an invaluable prerequisite for a managerial career. Because management involves such a wide array of skills, from the mathematical to the human, the MPhil in Management demands excellence across a wide range of applied disciplines.

The MPhil in Management took its first intake in October 2005. Students on the programme are outstanding individuals who are likely to become leaders in their chosen fields. Visit the Student Profiles webpage to find out more ยป




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