The delivery of the programme is based on a typical year long cycle with a regular sequence of entry points to the programme occurring throughout the year. There are normally six entry points during each calendar year and each module is normally delivered in a taught period of eight weeks followed by assessment periods.
Students have the opportunity to enter the programme at each entry point during the year and the period of study is discussed with the students at the commencement of their admission to the programme. Study opportunities therefore are continuous throughout the calendar year with teaching taking place over approximately 48 weeks.
Part time students are able to study the modules in any order dependent on their entry point to the programme and the features which distinguish full time from part time students are those which confirm the period of study of the student and the semester sequencing of study which for full time students is indicated in the matrix above.
Part Time students may study the modules within the carousel delivery structure described in this document. All students must complete all Part One requirements and successfully pass all Part One assessments prior to Part Two being able to be assessed in compliance with university regulations for master's programmes.
18 Months (Part-time)
- A minimum 2.2 degree from a recognised University (should be equivalent to a UK Bachelors (Hons) degree)
- The MBA (part time) is a post-experience qualification and applicants are expected to have a minimum of two years full time relevant work experience prior to their undergraduate course
- Applicants should be at least 23 years of age
- For international students, Minimum overall IELTS score of 6.0 with at least 5.5 in all other components or equivalent recognised English language qualification.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
- Managing Human Capital and Entrepreneurship
- Marketing Management
- Financial Analysis and Management
- Strategic Management
- Research Methodologies
Electives (students can choose any two option modules from below)
- Corporate Finance
- International Business
- International Marketing Management
Students will be required to undertake one of the following approved methods of study. This is subject to approval by their Course Leader:
- Integrated Case Study (OR)
- Business Development Proposal
University Regulations are available here.
Full programme specification is available here
(*) LSC would like to inform applicants that recruitment to this programme offered by this university has now ceased.