University of London - EXTERNAL PROGRAMME

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    University of London - EXTERNAL PROGRAMME
    International Management programme:
    MBA - MSc - Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate
    A NEW programme to enhance your career

    An AMBA-accredited programme developed by highly qualified teaching staff within the School of Management[ External Link; New window] Royal Holloway, ranked in the top 15 in the UK according to The Times newspaper, putting it in the highest league of UK management schools
    Extensive NEW study materials (print and web-based) have been developed especially for distance learning by academics who are also consultants to, or directors of, a range of businesses. The materials draw on a grounded and diverse international business knowledge

    Career progression
    These qualifications may assist a career change, achieve a salary increase, improve promotion prospects or simply broaden horizons and increase marketability

    Excellent support
    You will have an assigned tutor, careers guidance throughout your studies, study skills support, assessed essays and pieces of work, and group work via online
    tutor-assisted seminars
    For the MBA/MSc you will attend 2 one-week, face-to-face plenary sessions (in London or Hong Kong). These compulsory sessions let you study and socialise at Royal Holloway, meeting with staff and other students

    Choose from an extensive range of topical, financial, business and legal options including NEW contemporary options i.e. sustainability management, corporate social responsibility and the philosophy of management
    You can take up to three courses as Short courses - an ideal option if you are keen to update your professional knowledge or would like to sample the programme

    The International Management programme offers 4 different study options. Progression routes are also available, enabling you to accumulate credits towards the MBA. They are designed to suit individual needs and fit in with lifestyle and work.
    There are flexible admission points, payment, assessment and study periods. You have between 2-5 years to complete the MBA/MSc.

    Summary of key dates
    Application deadline 31 January 2007 31 July 2007
    Registration deadline 15 March 2007 15 October 2007
    Examinations take place October 2007 May 2008

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