Distance and flexible learning
The following courses have been developed by academics within the School of Management at Royal Holloway, University of London and are provided through the University of London's International Programmes.
BSc Business Administration
This programme is designed to prepare you for a career in modern business and management. The major areas of business administration are covered: accounting, finance, human resources, marketing, information systems and international business and you'll also have the opportunity to acquire expertise within chosen specialisms.
» BSc Business Administration (University of London website)
MBA, MSc, PG Dip & PG Cert International Management
Both the MBA and MSc International Management are accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
Designed to provide you with specialist knowledge of international business, these four programmes have been developed by academics at Royal Holloway. The flexibility of these distance learning courses allows you to fit your studies around your home and work commitments. Royal Holloway's particular strength in international and comparative business research means that you get a truly international perspective, rather than one that is solely relevant for one country. The wide range of electives allows you to build a programme to meet your career objectives.
» MBA, MSc, PG Dip & PG Cert International Management (University of London website)
MSc & PG Dip International Business
These new self-study programmes in International Business build on the success of the MBA in International Management, and provide a thorough grounding in a range of core subjects, giving you a strong foundation in the principles and techniques of business. You will also be able to select from a wide range of elective courses, allowing you to explore your interests and develop your expertise. Please note that as the MSc in International Business does not involve face-to-face sessions, it is not an AMBA-accredited programme.
» MSc & PG Dip International Business (University of London website)
Studying with a local teaching institution
All the programmes above can be completed anywhere in the world by independent study. However students on some of our distance learning courses choose to attend classes at a local institution and benefit from the support it can offer.
The University of London officially recognises institutions that offer study support to students of its International Programmes within its quality assurance framework. These are known as recognised centres and have been awarded either Affiliate or Registered Centre status. Recognition applies to specific programmes on named campuses.
» Information for students on local tuition support (University of London website)