Newcastle University Business School are offering new Executive Education masters programmes to help today’s leaders navigate the challenges of the future.
The 24 month part time masters level Executive Education programmes – Executive MBA, Strategic Leadership MSc and Coaching and Mentoring MSc – will prepare leaders and managers for a future they can help shape, and give them the knowledge and skills to lead in changing business contexts. The programmes are designed for experienced professionals looking to study whilst they work, with 3 day study blocks a month, whilst balancing personal and professional commitments. Skills learnt can be utilised directly into the workplace, facilitating immediate positive impacts in both the organisation and individual.
Cohorts will be made up of senior professionals from the private, public and voluntary sectors, who are already in, or aspiring to be in, leadership roles who want to shape their organisation’s future and develop their own career.
Students will join a support network of leaders to learn together and bringing new ideas to address real challenges for organisational performance and will join an ever-growing network of Newcastle University Business School alumni to unlock opportunities for life-long learning and networking beyond the programme.
Degree Apprenticeship routes are also available on some programmes, allowing eligible levy paying organisations and SMEs access to government funding.
For more information on all our Executive Education programmes please see https://www.ncl.ac.uk/business-school/courses/executive-education/
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