Do you want to accelerate your career? The MSc Management offered by Alliance MBS provides a fast-track route to new opportunities in business and management. A bespoke degree for those with no previous business experience, it provides you with the skills companies are looking for when selecting new employees, as well as the knowledge and skills required for those seeking to start up a new business.
By joining the MSc in Management you will be able to clearly demonstrate and articulate the skills, knowledge and experience that employers are looking for. You will learn the fundamentals of business practice that relevant to a range of business contexts, MSc Management is the only postgraduate degree offering core courses from all divisions across AMBS.
Meeting and working with students from around the world and from many different disciplinary backgrounds will broaden your network and you will develop your expertise and understanding by analysing real-life examples from both start-ups and multinationals. You will enhance your practical experience by undertaking a business research project based on those used by leading consultancy firms, along with the opportunity to attend field trips with large international companies.
The dedicated AMBS Careers Service work with students on the MSc in Management to deliver specialist support. You will be able to make an individual appointment to discuss your career questions and your CV. You can participate in a range of workshops including:
• Job search skills: CVs, Cover Letters, Applications, Assessment Centres, Interview Skills, Psychometric Testing, Linked In
• Job search strategy: Developing your job search strategy, networking online and in person, personal branding, skill assessment and development planning
• International Students: Options after your degree, visa information (with trained visa expert), understanding the graduate recruitment market
Graduates from the MSc in Management programme have progressed to roles in prestigious companies, including Deloitte, Amazon UK, PWC and the United Nations.