MSc Management is an intensive course designed to prepare successful graduates for a range of high-flying future careers prospects in management and leadership. Whether your goal is to be a self-employed entrepreneur or to manage a large multi-national company or not-profit, upon successful completion of the course the MSc Management course aims to give you the tools you’ll need to succeed.
The course is designed to give you a broad, analytical and integrated understanding of business and international management, and introduces you to issues that you might experience throughout your career – such as technology, diversity, globalisation and sustainability – and how to face them.
In addition, you’ll also be given opportunities to put your education into practice, exploring the world of work through internships.*
*internships may be subject to availability, competitive application, meeting visa requirements and additional costs
Extended Professional Practice
This course offers the option of undertaking Extended Professional Practice. Our Extended MSc courses are delivered over 18 months instead of the usual 12 months, giving you the opportunity to undertake a longer internship* or project as part of your course.
You will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of how businesses operate, how to apply theory to real-world scenarios, and how best to prepare you for the world of business with confidence.
Our Talent Team are here to support you in securing an extended placement with the right employer. Whether you are looking to join a small business or a large organisation, the team will work with you to help you achieve your internship goal.
Your placement will be full-time, with students expected to work approximately 35 hours per week.
The Extended Professional Practice course lasts 5 semesters; during semesters 1 and 2 you will undertake 120 taught credits on-campus; in semesters 3 and 4 you will undertake the placement; in the final semester, you will take a 60-credit project module in which you will write up your internship report and research findings.
Why Coventry University London?
We believe that there is no better place to learn about business than to study in the heart of one of the most successful business and financial centres in the world. Launched in 2010 and located in the City of London, we are minutes away from the Bank of England and the London Stock Exchange, and are surrounded by several blue chip companies.
Our MSc Management course could be the perfect way to kick-start your management career. The course aims to give a thorough understanding of international management, giving you the chance to learn the solid academic and practical foundations needed to thrive in your management career.
It aims to do this through a broad, interdisciplinary education – which includes management, finance, marketing, HR and more – which ensures a comprehensive understanding of how businesses function as a whole.
You should also learn soft skills, such as decision making, problem-solving, teamwork and employee performance management.
Why choose this course?
The course is ideal for those who are looking for an opportunity to gain a holistic understanding of international business management:
You’ll receive the opportunity to put what you’ve learned into practice in genuine management opportunities, whereby you should be able to provide consultancy services to clients, SMEs and social ventures in live projects across different modules.
You’ll have the opportunity to gain access to a number of well-established partnerships with a range of industries, consultancies and companies, with regular guest lectures from leading experts.
A broad academic and practical curriculum
You should receive a solid grounding in other relevant disciplines – including strategy, marketing, finance, and people management – which should give you a complete understanding of how international businesses work.
Innovative learning environments
We’ve designed the course to embed the latest learning technologies and digital platforms into every aspect of the course.