Global Masters in Business and Management - Top Up
Global Masters in Business and Management - Top Up (London College of Contemporary Arts)

Course Description

The Global Master of Business & Management programme will prepare you for success in a number of business sectors. The course is ideal for those seeking a well-rounded knowledge of business in order to become a forward-thinking leaders within the creative industries.

You will hone your business knowledge whilst developing the creative skills needed to thrive in today’s creative industries. Students will be able to specialise in the following areas: cosmetics and beauty, fashion industry, games industry, global media industries, lifestyle goods, luxury goods and services or the music industry.

Awarded by the University for the Creative Arts, this course will provide students with the specialist knowledge and practical skills needed to apply effective business and management to the creative industries. You’ll be taught through a combination of seminars, tutorials and workshops whilst being encouraged to challenge preconceptions and highlight opportunities for professional business development within your own preferred subject area.

The course focuses on global business management where students will examine business management from a global context, examining the tools needed to tackle challenges of sustainability, societal and governance issues. The course will also look at the varying components of the business, enhancing students’ knowledge of finance, marketing, operations, human resources and innovation management.

Required Qualification

Degree with minimum 2:1

Modules under Course

The Business Lecture Series

Creative Thinking

International Finance, Accounting and Reporting

People and Management

International Business Strategy

Ideas Development and Business Proposal

Final Creative Business Project

Jobs and Salaries

•        International marketing director (£50,000 to £95,000)

•        Financial controller or manager (£36,000 to £77,000)

•        International economist (£45,000 to £70,000)

•        Business development manager (£43,000 to £65,000)