A degree in management will give you a wide range of skills, helping you to reach senior positions in the workplace.
There are many benefits to studying management, including drastically improving your career prospects – and with LSBF’s specialist pathways, students can design a bespoke course to suit their needs.
LSBF’s postgraduate management portfolio is designed for future entrepreneurs and business leaders, with a variety of programme options for you to choose from. You can study the management degree that most suits you, whether you want to specialise in international business or luxury brands.
No matter which industry you want to enter, you will learn how to become an effective team leader and increase productivity in all of our courses.
Completing a postgraduate course in management will:
Help you develop practical skills for effective management
All of the courses will give you a variety of techniques and tools for excellent performance in the field that you want to work in. For example, if you choose to study a course in luxury management, you will learn vital operational knowledge that will help you successfully run multiple brands.
Support a new career direction
If you want to change your field or narrow your focus – for example, moving from working in fashion to fashion retail – taking a management course in the new subject will give you the knowledge you need to confidently apply for new jobs.
Give you practical experience
At LSBF, we make sure that our students learn skills that they can apply in the real world, equipping them to step straight into the workplace. Our courses are taught with a hands-on approach, using real case studies and work experience at relevant companies.
Build your network of contacts
As well as meeting your classmates, you will also have many opportunities to speak to our successful alumni and learn how they accomplished their positions. In addition, we host regular talks from business leaders and entrepreneurs, giving you the chance to meet them and hear their advice.
The dual programmes are:
- A way to combine a master’s in management and a professional qualification (such as ACCA, CIMA, or CFA)
- A holistic overview of management and your chosen professional qualification
- A blend of academic excellence and professional skills
What do the dual programmes cover?
The dual programme combines an MBA and either ACCA, CIMA, or CFA training. This means you can develop 'hard skills' in accounting as well as studying management and the associated 'soft skills', such as:
- systems and operations management
- strategic management and leadership
ACCA topics include:
- management and financial accounting
- corporate and business law
- audit and assurance
CIMA topics include:
- organisational structure
- cost accounting systems and analysis
- regulation and preparation of financial statements
- analysing financial performance
- risk management
CFA topics include:
- ethical and professional standards
- equity investments
- portfolio management
This combination of management and professional accounting skills will prepare graduates of the dual programmes for a range of senior positions in a variety of industries.
The Online Global MBA programme is structured to respond to the needs of the modern international marketplace with a blend of the academic and practical skills you need to excel in strategic decision-making roles. The Online Global MBA has been designed by LSBF and is validated and awarded by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO.
The Grenoble MBA programme is a prestigious business qualification designed and awarded by Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) – one of the most highly regarded business schools in the world and delivered in partnership with GISMA Business School. The programme offers a unique opportunity to study a top-ranked European degree in Berlin.
The programme offers the following advantages:
- A high-quality business academic programme with a strong international perspective
- Focuses on the latest management skills and best practices for working in a global environment
- Delivered in central Berlin at GISMA Business School
The programme covers:
In addition to the Final Management Project in the second year, you will study modules in the following areas:
- Finance and economics
- Strategy and operations
- Managing technology and innovation
- International management
- International business
- Business research and analysis
- Foreign languages
75% of our students are employed less than two months after graduation.* The roles they take include:
- Marketing Director
- Global Director
- International Manager
Companies that have employed our graduates include Microsoft, Price Waterhouse Cooper, Coca Cola, Unilever, HSBC, Hewlett-Packard, Accenture, and many more.