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The field of Business and Management has been on its peak in the recent years. Many significant professionals have been born in the corporate world with valuable degrees and work experiences. This is why specialising in one of the fields could be a great idea for you!

Why Specialise in the Field of Business?

As mentioned above the field of business has been growing over the years and its demand is still on rise due to the expansion of the functions of corporate firms all over the world. Some of the biggest names in the Job Markets like PWC, JP Morgan, HSBC and many more that value the highly qualified and experienced professionals in the field. The qualifications in field of Business and Management not only open doors for you in to the corporate world, but one can decide to open a personal business too! Specialising in the field you would get the technical knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the practical world of Business.

Study Options

Business is a diverse field and there are many options one can choose from at Post-Graduate Level of study. You can either choose numerical based fields like Finance, Accounting and Banking, or the management related fields like Human Resource Management, International Relations and Business, Marketing and Communications and many more. Each of the fields opens up a large number of opportunities for you both professionally and academically.

Course Structure

The full time MSc. courses in the field of Business are usually 1 to 2 years in time length. There are two semesters each year, with exams in May/ June of the given year. The courses are also based on coursework and dissertation projects that need to be submitted throughout the year.

Fee Structure

The fees for MSc. programmes can range from £11,000 to £30,000 depending upon the university and course you are applying to. To find out about the exact tuition fee that applies to your case, you would need to check with the individual university you are interested in applying to. It is worth mentioning that there are other costs involved when planning to study abroad. These include boarding and lodging, rent, living costs etc.

Entry Requirements

The entry requirements differ for each of the university and courses. In general you would be expected to have proven a certain level of English Language’s proficiency by taking one of the tests from IELTS or TOEFL. The requirements for universities could range from 6 bands out of 9 to 7 bands out of 9 in IELTS. You would also be expected to have completed a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study with 2:1 or higher score. Some courses might also require for you to take GMAT or GRE exams.

Career and Academic Prospects

The professionals in the field of Business and Management have a wide range of options to choose from for their career. Many graduates can apply to the graduate schemes, work for multinational corporate firms, establish a personal business or work for a smaller organisations. At a later point, some people also decide to go ahead with an MBA or Executive MBA course to climb up in the hierarchy at work. One can also choose to study for an M.Phil and PhD in their respective fields to get involved with research and teaching.

 

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