Management of Markets - Economics
Management of Markets – Marketing
Management of Processes
Application and Use of PRINCE2®
Management of People
Team Building & Managing Teams
Effective Management of Accounting
Effective Strategic Management
Management Report & Research Methods
Two modules to be selected from a large number of electives and pathways, allowing Executive MBA students to specialise. (20 credits each).
Completion of a 12,000-word management report based on a real world management problem, utilising both current theory and practice. Each student on the course will be allocated to a subject expert and students will have six months to complete this work. Furthermore all course work on this Executive MBA can be focused on your company so adding significant value to your studies.
Prizes for best student and best management report are awarded at the end of the course.
Learning & Teaching
The Executive MBA is designed to:
Be action-oriented - the programme design, with its work-based assignments, leadership challenges - linking with organisations like Challenge Wales - help you apply your learning and ensure that as your abilities grow, your organisation reaping the benefits.
Build a foundation of knowledge - on the Executive MBA we help you grow your knowledge from the ground up via core courses that refresh your existing skills and secure your understanding of key management topics.
Offers customised learning - which will give you the ideal opportunity to broaden your experience, focus on subjects of particular interest and tailor your Executive MBA to your specific needs.
Provide a hands-on approach - to management topics, inviting business leaders and thinkers into the programme to work with you on live case studies that allow you to explore new industries and test new approaches.
Offer complete flexibility - modules are completed in self-contained blocks. The programme can be completed within two to five years with the option to vary the number of modules taken each year to suit your lifestyle, work and personal commitments.
Focus on leadership development - which is geared to developing your knowledge of business functions and their interactions, and to building your ability to manage and lead in complex organisational situations. It dovetails seamlessly with our existing, highly successful portfolio of leadership courses.
The programme is completed in weekend study (normally on weekend a month) and is comprised of five core subjects, two electives and finally a management report.
Coursework and examination as per module descriptors and management report.
Employability & Careers
This Cardiff Met Executive MBA has been designed to be very flexible and to link into the existing executive courses in CSM. Credits achieved on these other executive courses can be transferred to the Executive MBA.
Entry Requirements & How to Apply
Applicants should normally have one of the following:
- A Honours degree at least 2:2 and at least four years management work experience
- Other professional qualifications such as CIM or CIMA will also be considered plus four years management work experience.
How to Apply:
Applications for this course should be made direct to the university via our self-service facility. For further information please visit our How to Apply pages at www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/howtoapply.
If you are interested in using credit from another institution, or have obtained qualifications and/or experience to study for a course at Cardiff Met, you can find further information on this as well as information on how to apply on the RPL page.
Before making an application, international students (those outside of the EU), should contact the International Office at Cardiff Met to discuss the necessary procedures in relation to studying with us. For further information visit www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/international.
Tuition Fees and Financial Support:
For up to date information on tuition fees and the financial support that may be available. Please refer to www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/fees.
Charges are per Single Module unless specified:
Undergraduate = 10 Credits; Postgraduate = 20 Credits
Please contact the programme leader for further information on modules to be studied part-time and how this will affect fees.