Study MSc Management at University of Bristol

    Study Management in Bristol

This programme is an intensive, one year Master’s for recent or new graduates from a wide range of subject backgrounds, which is open to students without any prior academic or practical experience in business or management. The course will equip you with the skills and knowledge sought by today’s employers, whatever career you embark on. After studying for the Master’s in Management for one year, you will be an innovative, creative and entrepreneurial graduate ready to enter the workplace.

    Get a Master’s degree in the UK

International students on this programme will learn to apply management techniques drawn from a range of disciplines such as business strategy, accounting, marketing and organisational behaviour. Towards the end of the programme, you will understand the nature of management, the complexity of organisations and how to manage change. The Master’s in Management is composed of core units taken by all students: Finance and Accounting for Management; Organisational Behaviour; Strategic Management and Studying Management. Optional units enable students to specialise in an area of their interest, including Business Ethics; Enterprise and Entrepreneurship; International Business; Organisational Creativity; and many others.

    Start your career in management

As a graduate from the University of Bristol, you will be able to start a career working in international teams and have the key interpersonal skills sought after by organisations today. Previous graduates from the MSc in Management have gone on to work for a variety of employers all over the world including: Lloyds TSB; L’Oreal; Prominvest SA, Moscow; Deutsche Bank; LG Electronics; and XWHO-US, Hangzhou.

    Programme Structure

    First Term

  • Finance and Accounting for Management
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Strategic Management
  • Studying Management

    Second Term

  • Business Ethics
  • Electronic Commerce
  • International Business
  • Leadership
  • Managerial Economics
  • Marketing Management
  • Operations Management
  • Organisational Creativity
  • Project Management
  • Strategic Human Resources Management
  • Strategic Management Accounting