Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and The University of London and are collaborating to launch a new Global MBA, which for the first time provides an extensive range of specialisms in Accountancy, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Law and Leadership. The programme comes with professional accreditations from major bodies CMI and CIMA, and allows students to present themselves for professional recognition on successful completion of the award.
Contributing specialists from the School of Law include Professor Ioannis Kokkoris (Programme Director), Dr Gabriel Gari, Dr Costantinos Grasso, Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, and Dr Leon Vinokur. The programme also draws on expertise and teaching from QMUL’s School of Economics and Finance, and the School of Business and Management.
This innovative award has been designed specifically for working students, and provides considerable flexibility in mode and place of study, while offering four entry points per year. It can be completed in between one and five years, allowing students to progress at their own pace and conveniently fit their studies around their existing commitments. Students can pay per module rather than all at once and University of London alumni can also benefit from bursaries. Learning materials and online tools, designed specifically for the Global MBA will equip students to understand and address the challenges facing today’s global business leaders.
Applications for the Global MBA open on the 9 January, 2017. Students without all of the entry requirements will be able to take the online ‘International Business Essentials’ course and, on successful completion, will be eligible to apply for the Global MBA. Other postgraduate awards from this programme (at diploma and certificate level) are also available for students wishing to gain a general or specialist qualification.