Who is this course for?
Senior managers, directors and specialists who are serious about developing their career and driving their organisations forward by developing management skills and thinking at a strategic level.
What are the entry requirements for the course?
1st or 2nd class honours degree from a UK university; equivalent overseas or professional qualifications; relevant levels of work experience.
How long is this course?
Delivery is part time in Guernsey on Friday afternoon/Saturday for over two year period. There is an international study week in Maastricht.
Start date : September 2016
For information please visit: https://www.gta.gg/course/mba-passport-to-success-jersey/
What will I study on this course?
This MBA is recognised as a world class qualification and as such provides a complete and thorough grounding in all aspects of business: marketing, finance, accounting, quantitative methods, organisational behaviour & human resource management, operational & strategic management, international relations, leadership and change management.
Delegates will also build strong business networks and gain the experience and confidence to apply their new knowledge.
What Qualification will I gain?
An MBA; Masters Degree in Business, plus membership of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
How much will it cost?
Course fees are £9375 p.a, (total £18,750) which includes all lectures, lecture materials, exams, an international study week in Maastricht and a supervision of a final dissertation project. Monthly payment packages are available
How can I find out more?
For further information, please contact the Business Development Team or the GTA University Centre on 01481 721555 or email email@example.com
Its worth all the hard work. It was really interesting and I met some great people from very different working backgrounds. It’s definitely given me another level of knowledge on which to build my career’
Georgina Jefferies – Volaw Group (Jersey)
It’s something I would encourage anyone with management aspirations to seriously consider. It’s given me a whole new set of tools to do my job in a better way, a more informed and open way and I feel that I am a far better manager because of that.
Detective Chief Inspector Ruari Hardy from Guernsey Police,