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Shipped to over one million happy customers. The work internship will provide students with an opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of work and develop effective strategies to deal with work and organisational life. It will therefore facilitate students to develop and understanding of work, reflexivity, resilience, well being and the link between theory and practice.
Through reflection on experiential learning students will enhance their awareness of their own abilities, and attributes and undertake a journey of personal and professional development. This module introduces students to organisation consulting. It builds on learning from prior modules and provides students with a theoretical introduction to consulting and the idea of the learning organisation.
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Students are required to undertake a live team-consulting project to identify solutions to real business issues. This module also provides students with the opportunity to apply theory to practice and to develop employability skills. These include team-building, communication,interpersonal, and reflective skills that can boost employment outcomes.
The aim of this module is to introduce to students the complexities of starting a business. It draws together a range of theories, concepts, and notions from several sources such as Finance, Marketing, and Strategy. The module utilises the development of a unique business plan through which students will learn, practice, and apply the necessary academic and practical knowledge and skill sets, including team working, required for the establishment of a new business, as well as an understanding of the complexities relating to the functioning of a small business.
This module aims to demonstrate to students the importance of integrated business functions to achieve business success. The module uses a business simulation to provide students with experience of how a firm can integrate key aspects of business and management in order to succeed in a competitive environment.
Students will learn how to do research, including define research aim and objectives, conduct literature review, collect primary data, analyse and interpret data, and organise and present research proposal and final dissertation document. The module requires students to consolidate learning from other modules to plan and complete a small business and management related research project. This module aims to further develop and enhance the leadership knowledge and understanding of students within business organisations on the subject areas of leadership styles and approaches, ethics, equality and diversity as well as personal leadership development.
It aims to provide a more in-depth appreciation of the challenges faced by leaders in contemporary businesses who need to meet the needs of a range of stakeholders,assess the impact of leadership on organisational culture and behaviour as well as recognise when change is necessary. It aims to provide a more in-depth understanding of the roles of coaching and mentoring in supporting individuals and teams,in additional to providing an overview of coaching and mentoring programme design,implementation and evaluation.
It aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to identify, analyse, and develop effective responses to ethical issues and challenges in business. Students will develop an ability to assess issues from different points of view, including from individual, organisational and societal perspectives;and to apply and critically evaluate mechanisms and tools typically used to address ethical and social responsibility issues. This module focuses specifically on the development of the competences needed to develop sustainable business. The module aims to provide the knowledge and skills of sustainable business to enable students to make a strong contribution to society, economy and the environment.
Students will be enabled through a competency-based approach that links real-world orientation, with personal development and coaching, to the development and management of sustainable business. This module explores services marketing management from an operations perspective. It aims to offer an in-depth exploration of services marketing management, emphasising concepts, practices and techniques that are pertinent to the service sector.
Students will synthesise and apply services management marketing theories, concepts and techniques to practice through the use of specialised service-sector case studies. Many students will eventually work in the service sector, and it is hoped that this module will inspire and shape their career.
The module attempts to give a broad understanding and critical evaluation of performance measurement. This includes quality and innovation as well as financial measures. The techniques and theory covered lead to a wider understanding of strategic decision making as well as overall company performance. The module aims to provide students with an awareness and understanding of the mechanics, challenges and issues related to the different ways of financing an enterprise.
The includes an understanding of key financial statements, the financial planning process, sources of funding and the financial risks and rewards of entrepreneurship. All contemporary organisations operate in an increasingly dynamic environment. This module aims to develop students critical understanding of organisational change and managing organisational change.
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It explores different theoretical frameworks, concepts,techniques and tools for managing change. The module aims to equip students with a wide variety of data mining, visual and analytical techniques which can be applied to data generated from different markets, businesses, and business functions. You can find more information about this course in the programme specification.
Optional modules are usually available at levels 5 and 6, although optional modules are not offered on every course. Where optional modules are available, you will be asked to make your choice during the previous academic year.
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If we have insufficient numbers of students interested in an optional module, or there are staffing changes which affect the teaching, it may not be offered. If an optional module will not run, we will advise you after the module selection period when numbers are confirmed, or at the earliest time that the programme team make the decision not to run the module, and help you choose an alternative module.
Every aspect of the course is exciting. It has helped me discover my strengths and weaknesses in order to become an effective leader in the future. Workshops, simulations, role-play, case study analyses and problem-solving exercises will help you hone your practical business management skills; you will also learn by reading textbooks and journals and attending lectures and seminars, including talks by guest speakers. You will do exercises in class, online and in groups, take part in class discussions and give group presentations.
The course also includes career-planning sessions.. You will be assessed through exams, tests, essays and other written assignments, presentations, and individual and group assignments. You will be given regular feedback on your work. IT skills and the ability to interpret numerical data are important for this course. You will be taught through a combination of Lectures, Seminars, and practical workshops and computer laboratory sessions. Lectures allow you to gain and develop knowledge in specific subjects. In addition, you can arrange one to one sessions with your personal tutor or module leader.
You will also have access to and use resources to support your learning including; Student Learning Advisers, Graduate Academic Assistants, Learning Enhancement Team and Library Resources throughout your course. When not attending your teaching, sessions mentioned above, you will be expected to continue learning independently through self-study. Typically, this will involve reading journal articles and books, working on projects, undertaking research, and preparing for assessments including coursework, presentations and examinations. Your independent learning is supported by the facilities available including the library and Study Hub, Laptop hire, and with online materials in MyUniHub see student support section below.
Your overall workload will include the activities listed above, and with each credit being completed equating to 10 hours of study time You will complete credits per level of study, which are broken down into modules of typically 30 credits. While your actual hours may depend on the optional module that you choose if available , the following information will give you an indication of how much time is allocated to teaching and independent study on your course:. Each module normally contains at least one piece of formative assessment from which you will receive feedback from your tutor.
Formative assessments are developmental and any grade you receive from formative assessment does not count towards your final marks. Assessment methods could include written examinations, a range of coursework including essays, reports, portfolios, and practical sessions including presentations.
The grades from the summative assessments count towards your module mark. Assessments are reviewed annually and may be updated based on student feedback, to suit content or based on feedback from an external examiner. The balance of assessment will depend on the modules that you complete throughout your course. The approximate percentage of the course which is assessed by coursework is outlined below:.
You will receive feedback on the formative assessment, and written summative assessments. Feedback on examination performance can be requested from the module leader. Feedback is intended to help you learn and progress, and you are encouraged to review and discuss your feedback with your module or personal tutor. Middlesex University has a flexible and personalised approach to admissions and we accept applications from students with a wide range of qualifications and a combination of qualifications.
Working as individuals and in teams, you will learn to work effectively in combination with other people. Working on real-life projects, taking field trips, and completing work experience will help to prepare you for the world of work while you learn in an interactive manner. You also get the support you need to succeed.
ceunaptodyta.cf From your Personal Tutor to your Graduate Academic Assistant, each one has studied your subject and will provide the support you need based on their own experience. If you need a little help with writing, numeracy or library skills, we can help with that too. Additionally, your dedicated fast-track course leader provides you with expert guidance throughout your time on the course.
This is the kind of course that's perfect if you want to learn at a fast pace.