Glamorgan: Your First Choice for Flexible Postgraduate Study; MBA and Post Graduate Studies

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Glamorgan: Your First Choice for Flexible Postgraduate Study; MBA and Post Graduate Studies


Whether you are looking for a new career, wanting to pursue an interest or just want to take a step-up the ladder in your current role, postgraduate study at the University of Glamorgan could be just what you are looking for.

We offer innovative courses in a wide range of subjects including Aeronautical Engineering, Environmental Conservation Management, Gothic Studies, Computer Forensics, Music Production and many more. And recognising that you might be juggling study with career and family life, the flexibility of our courses reflect this.

Many of them take place on one day of the week, whilst others take place in the evenings.

With strong industry links in Wales, the UK and overseas, our teaching is informed by actual practice ensuring that our courses respond to the demands of the 21st century workplace, providing you with the chance to develop skills that will help you to progress in your career.

We are an ACCA gold standard tuition provider and a Centre of Excellence for the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. We also offer courses accredited by professional bodies such as the CIPD, CILT and RICS and are the only provider in South Wales of the Institute of Directors' Company Direction Programme.

Designed for those working in the public and private sectors, our Masters in Business Administration (MBA) course is both challenging and dynamic. Of interest to anyone who holds a senior managerial position, it aims to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for successful strategic leadership and performance. …

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