Master in Business and Reward Management - Máster en Dirección Empresarial y Retribuciones
This programme provides a thorough grounding in functional issues in management and is a qualification in its own right. It also empowers those who seek to gain entry to our MSc and MBA programmes. The student group consists of those studying the GDBA as a standalone qualification, as well as those undertaking both the first year of the MBA 24/21 month programmes, and the first year of the MSc 24 month programmes.
We accept a range of qualifications from different countries – learn more about international entry requirements
English language requirements: IELTS 6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in any band); TOEFL IBT 82 (19 in Reading, 19 in Listening, 21 in Speaking and 19 in Writing); Pearson Academic Test of English 51 (in all four skills).
Financial Accounting (10 credits)
Quantitative Management Techniques (10 credits)
The Global Business Environment (10 credits)
Cases in Global Business (10 credits)
Operations Management (DBA) (10 credits)
Strategic Purchasing and Supply Management (10 credits)
Managerial Accounting (10 credits)
Marketing Concepts (10 credits)
Cases in Marketing (10 credits)
Business Policy & Entrepreneurship (10 credits)
Organisation Behaviour (10 credits)
Financial Analysis for Managers (10 credits)
For those taking the Preliminary Year who have an appropriate grounding in Accounting and Economics, Semester 1 modules may not be required and entry permitted direct to Semester 2.
Birmingham Business School understands the importance of undertaking an MBA Business programme for your career development. Finding the right employment afterwards will clearly be an important objective and our primary aim is to help you do so.
The Careers in Business team and experienced consultants provide a specialist careers support service located in University House for the exclusive use of Business School postgraduates.