We'll take you to the cutting edge of Management study...
Studying here, you’ll learn from leading international researchers and scholars about the impact that Management can have on society, business, government and the economy. You’ll also be in close contact with the cutting-edge research which is helping make these changes.
The structure of all our degree programmes has the advantage of providing you with knowledge and skills in the core areas of management.
Our specialist pathway degrees will enable you to pursue a deeper understanding of one of the core areas of management of interest to you, in addition to learning about key management theories.
Our internationally-renowned academics bring their extensive experience of industry and cutting-edge research into our Postgraduate taught programmes.
These are designed to combine academic knowledge with practical insights into international business, enhancing the quality and experience of all teaching within the School.
Royal Holloway is well renowned as a research-led institution and attracts some of the best academics in the world. In the School of Management we have over 80 research-active academic staff, from more than 30 countries, and around 85 postgraduate research students who make a valued contribution to our research culture, and to a variety of teaching and learning activities.
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Our intensive MBA programme is designed to help you build effective management skills, understand management within the global context and build a network of international associates.
Our MBA is attuned to the changes in economic environment and our teaching is based on high quality research.
Our MBA will provide you with:
- Knowledge and conceptual tools for management in different organisational contexts, public and private sector;
- Rich experiential and collaborative learning in a highly diverse cohort;
- Personal development focused on analytic, managerial, and problem-solving skills;
- Strong industry engagement, professional events, company visits, team and business engagement exercises.
Your Student Experience
The benefits of studying abroad is all about adding value to your time as a student, and enjoying a truly dynamic, life-changing experience. You will experience a different way of life living in another country and interacting with people from different backgrounds. This allows you to know yourself better, gain more confidence in your decision-making processes and immerse yourself in a new culture, whilst enhancing your career prospects. The credits you are awarded abroad will be counted toward your final degree.
There are three ways of studying abroad at Royal Holloway:
Erasmus+ - You can spend a year at one of our partner universities in Europe.
International Exchange – This is our student exchange programme with international universities outside Europe. We have exchange agreements with universities in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New Zealand and the USA.
International Summer Schools – You can apply for a place on one of the International Summer Schools offered by our Erasmus and International Exchange partner universities
Year in Business
All our School of Management single-honours degree programmes give you the opportunity to spend one year working for a company (aka sandwich year). You will take your placement after your second year of studies. Progression to the placement is conditional on good academic performance.
The benefits of a year in business enable you to gain valuable work experience, which will help you prepare you to move into the career of your choice upon graduation. Often, at the end of placements, students are offered permanent jobs in the same company, which they may take up following graduation.
Management Ambassador Scheme
"One of the greatest things to come from my time in the School of Management was my participation in the Management Ambassador Scheme. From this role, I gained skills in teamwork, leadership, and public speaking - to name a few! Not only this, but I also gained a group of friends that I'd consider family." Dariush Ashraf Kashani (Graduated 2018)
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