Enterprise Management (MSc)
In today’s increasingly competitive business environment, there is high demand for creativity, innovation and uniqueness, as well as a growing demand for firms to be enterprising. Our Enterprise Management postgraduate course has been developed in partnership with industry professionals to give you the business knowledge and experience you need to advance in management positions in the enterprise service sector.
Studying this course will develop your business and management skills for identifying and responding to new business opportunities, working alongside local and national entrepreneurs on ‘live’ business activity and development projects to put your training into practice. You will also gain the skills to set up your own business and help it grow and develop strategically, with the option to formulate your own business plan for your final research project.
Our Enterprise Management master's course is dual accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), a recognised professional management body, meaning you will be eligible for a Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership from the CMI when you graduate. You will have the option to boost your industry experience on a six-month work placement and the chance to engage with entrepreneurs who will mentor you throughout your course, while you can gain additional skills studying in our brand new Digital Creative Studio.
- TOEFL iBT
- MSc Enterprise Management – A grade classification of 2:2 is required, or international equivalent.
- PGDip Enterprise Management – A grade classification of third-class is required, or international equivalent.
- A subject-related UK or International honours degree from a recognised institution.
- We also consider applicants who are currently employed and wish to apply to University College Birmingham.
- To apply, you must have five years of relevant managerial work experience, demonstrating in-depth knowledge of the sector for the subject matter you are interested in pursuing.
- A reference detailing your roles and responsibilities from your line manager and a meeting with the programme team will usually be scheduled prior to a place being offered.
If your degree is not related and you do not have relevant managerial work experience, please contact Admissions so that they can discuss your application on an individual basis before you apply.
For academic and English entry requirements for EU and international students, please visit the Country Specific Information page.
- Business development manager (Postgraduate): £37,500
- Management consultant: £50,000
- Project manager (postgraduate): £60,000
- Business adviser (postgraduate): £40,000
- Financial manager: £35,000
- Business owner: Variable