Part time 18 Month(s)
The IMPM is an international leadership programme which focuses on an innovative, collaborative learning approach, and managerial mindsets. You are encouraged to explore and gain a true appreciation of different perspectives as each module is delivered over a ten-day period in different countries (UK, Canada, India, Japan and Brazil). You will also undertake a managerial exchange where you will spend a week observing a co-participant in action, focusing on the process of management. If you successfully complete the five modules the managerial exchange and a presentation you may elect to undertake a further major paper of dissertation length in order to be awarded an MSc International Executive Management. Modules
Detailed module information for this postgraduate programme will follow shortly. However, if you have any questions please contact the department.
Designed for: Experienced professionals with ten or more years management experience Duration: 18 months, part-time Entry requirements: Minimum of ten years of work experience including extensive managerial experience IELTS: 7.0 or equivalent (minimum element scores apply) Assessment: Reflective papers after each module, management exchange paper, presentation and major paper
$45,000 for whole programme.
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