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21st May 2014
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The Salford MBA.

This presentation provides an overview of the Salford MBA programmes at Salford Business School.

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  • MBA Business Innovation Live Project allows students to apply both theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the programme to a specific, real business/organisational issue. <br />

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  • 1. The Value of an Globally-recognised MBA
  • 2. •Designed for those looking to take their career to the next level. • a rapid promotion in your chosen career • a change of career, industry or both • the tools to succeed as an entrepreneur •AMBA-accredited - internationally recognised guarantee of quality demanded by the highest calibre graduates and employers •Two new pathways: • MBA Digital Business • MBA Sports Business Why choose the Salford MBA?
  • 3. One of the most flexible MBA programmes in the world • Global Business Innovation Modular Menu • Allows FT, PT, in-company study •Each 30-credit module can be bought independently with the 30 credits being transferable to any route through a programme (maximum 5 years) • Executive Lifestyle Learning - intensive, sequential module delivery. •September, November, January, March, June, July start points • 6 week modules, two blocks of 2 ½ day sessions • Global access to enhanced learning environment • Enhanced student support using blended learning pedagogy • Rich on- and off-line portfolio of support for clients and an added-value learning environment.
  • 4. The Salford MBA What is blended learning? Blended Learning is a flexible approach to learning and teaching which integrates learning undertaken in face-to- face sessions with individual and collaborative learning opportunities created online. •The flipped classroom •24/7 access to learning resources and opportunities •Online assessment and feedback .
  • 5. Module Delivery
  • 6. The Salford MBA Critical thinking •Description •Analysis •Evaluation
  • 7. MBA Full - Time Mode: September Start Semester 1 Managing the Competitive Environment (30 credits) + Option 1- One from (each 30 credits): Financial Management and Social Accounting Creative Leadership and Managing Creative Teams Semester 2 Managing the Organisational Resource (30 credits) + Option 2- One from (each 30 credits): Resourcing Learning and Talent Management Search and Social Media Marketing Global Supply Chain Management Semester 3 MBA Business Innovation Live Project (60 credits)
  • 8. MBA Part-Time Mode: September Start Semester 1 Managing the Competitive Environment (30 credits) Semester 2 (February) Managing the Organisational Resource (30 credits) Semester 3 (June) Option 1- One from (each 30 credits): Financial Management and Social Accounting Creative Leadership and Managing Creative Teams Semester 4 (September) Option 2- One from (each 30 credits): Resourcing Learning and Talent Management Search and Social Media Marketing Global Supply Chain Management Semester 5 (February-July minimum) MBA Business Innovation Live Project (60 credits) (2 semesters minimum)
  • 9. MBA Business Innovation Live Project Allows students to apply both theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the programme to a specific, real business/organisational issue. Client-focused consultancy project - company and student agree objectives, scope, deliverables and timeframe, then work on a consultancy basis Opportunity to work with leading organisations in the digital, media and creative industries
  • 10. The MediaCity UK factor
  • 11. We look forward to welcoming you on to the Salford MBA