|Tuition fee:|| |
|Start date:||September 2015|
|Duration part-time:||12 months|
|Student interaction:||Online group works/assignments|
|Teacher support:||Continuous support with feedback on request|
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The MA is designed for Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) graduates and aims to provide a means by which the continuing professional and personal development needs of marketing practitioners may be met.
Specifically, it aims to extend the understanding and competence gained via professional qualification, and to enhance the ability of students to think strategically about management and organisational change.
This top up course may be taken by part time study (day or evening) in Northampton or by distance learning worldwide. Distance learning students are supported by elearning material and an online virtual learning environment.
The programme consists of two modules and is designed to broaden your specialist knowledge gained at the professional level. The module on 'Managing Strategic Change' takes an in depth look at both leading edge strategic issues and change processes.
The module covers the business tools, techniques and concepts used in scanning the business environment for potential changes, analysing the potential implications of differing scenarios strategies and processes before developing responses to potential changes.
The dissertation and research methods module extends your knowledge and understanding of methodological issues, leading to the production of a research proposal. The dissertation gives you the opportunity to complete a substantial piece of independent research on a topic of strategic significance.
Following successful completion of the modules course members undertake a dissertation related to an aspect of strategic significance for the organisation.
Special course features
* converts professional qualifications into an MA
* networking opportunities with other professionals
* part time study in Northampton
* distance learning is supported worldwide by elearning
* Managing Strategic Change
* Marketing dissertation and Research Methods
Money is often the biggest concern for people entering higher education. However, students may be eligible to apply for support towards their tuition fees and living costs from a variety of sources. These include the University of Northampton's scholarships, bursaries and awards as well as a range of support from the Government (such as Student Finance loans, NHS bursaries,disabled students allowance and childcare support). Please note that a student's eligibility to receive funding will depend on them meeting certain criteria which may include course, residency status, household income and previous higher education study. As well as funding from loans and grants, students may be eligible to receive either a discount or an exemption from paying council tax and assistance with paying healthcare costs.
The university's Financial Guidance Team offer students a range of support including information and guidance on funding available to support your study as well as information on short term loans and grants available should the need arise.