Our MA Organizational Behaviour at University of Leeds provides a comprehensive grounding in the behaviour of individuals and groups, as well as the organisational systems they operate in.
You will consider these in the context of different organisational and national cultures and strategies. Your learning will focus onreal-world scenarios, allowing you to develop not only your academic knowledge and expertise but also the practical skills that will enable you to apply your knowledge in a professional context.
Graduates will be in a strong position to pursue a career in the private or public sector in a range of roles that require knowledge of human behaviour in the workplace. This may include careers as a consultant in organisational development or change management, a team coach or running your own business.
Our management advisory board also supports the programme, including representatives from leading UK and international businesses. They advise on content, giving you the benefit of a curriculum developed in collaboration with business leaders which focuses on the skills most relevant to the work you will do in practice. The advisory board includes leading large and small firms, such as NHS North of England, Microsoft and Barclays.
You can apply until:
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We award a range of scholarships to UK/EU and international students. There are several scholarships available for this programme that you may be eligible to apply for. Scholarships are available to candidates who can demonstrate an excellent academic record and show excellent professional and personal skills.
A particularly deserving UK/EU* applicant wishing to undertake the MA Organizational Behaviour in 2016/17. To be considered for the scholarship you must:
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