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Preparatory Courses for University of London (Queen Mary) Global MBA
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This programme enables students to have a better understanding of the performance of businesses, and the decisions and problems they face. No prior knowledge of accounting is assumed, students learn how financial information is prepared and communicated and how it is used as an effective tool for decision making and control. Students without economic background are also able to learn basic concepts and models in Economics and implement them in a business framework and an interdisciplinary working environment.
This programme equips students with the ability in developing strategies to create competitive advantages to succeed and survive over the long term in the increasingly complicated and challenging environments. Students will learn how organisations intend to engage with the environment and consequently develop capabilities and competencies to provide competitive advantages and fulfill their objectives. Students will also be introduced to key marketing concepts, strategies and core marketing functions that can assist them in decision-making and enhanced outcomes in the marketplace.
Venture capital has been the driving force behind some of the fastest growing sectors of today’s economy and is a significant source of investment with attractive growth prospects for innovative entrepreneurs. This programme is intended for those who are interested in learning how funding is obtained from venture capital firms by entrepreneurs and also how those working within the industry make and manage investments.
This programme equips students with the knowledge and skills to manage innovation in today’s rapidly evolving global marketplace. It also identifies the characteristics of the various sources of funding and enables students to analyse source of funding so as to identify and overcome risks and challenges that a company faces during its growth.
This programme prepares students for strategic leadership and transformational roles in organisations through learning various management models (from the more classical to contemporary models focusing more on individuals or systems) crucial to evaluating the effectiveness of leadership in these models. Students are supported towards a career in business management so that they may apply knowledge and understanding of business and management to complex, dynamic issues and situations that will come up in their working environments.