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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally recognized Master’s degree in business administration and management. It prepares managers for organisational leadership and decision making.
The Greenwich MBA aims to develop the business leaders of the future. It approaches leadership thematically from the starting points of creativity, practicality and social resourcefulness, and focuses strongly on the personal development of participants, including their career management.
Building on a broad foundation of business functions, the MBA focuses on the integrative disciplines of business strategy and the management of change, leading to a real-world consultancy project and an individual piece of business research submitted as a dissertation. The MBA includes executive coaching, which helps students to understand their value in the marketplace and develop plans that will make the very best of their career potential.
The MBA is a 21 month programme starting with the Foundations of Scholarship course (where stu-dents develop their research and writing skills) and ending with the Final Business Research Project (12,000 word dissertation). All courses are taught exclusively in the English language. Classes take place in full day sessions on Saturdays.
Our graduates have opportunities to progress rapidly through management in different companies or to apply their skills and knowledge to managing their own business.
In addition, students develop their own personal skills, as well as business skills, culminating in individual career development plans supported by executive coaching.
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