- You should have or be about to complete an undergraduate degree in any subject with a minimum grade of 2:2 (or equivalent qualification). We will also accept Masters degrees or equivalent.
- You should have at least 2 years of work experience
- We may also accept applicants who do not have these qualifications based on 2 or more years of relevant work experience.
- If you earned your undergraduate degree outside the UK, you should check that it is equivalent to a 2:2.
- If English isn’t your first language, you may need to provide evidence of your English language ability. We accept:
- IELTS at 6.0 overall with no individual component below 5.5
- TOEFL overall minimum 60
- PTE Academic overall minimum 50
- Cambridge (CAE & CPE) overall 169 with minimum scores of 162 in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.
- A degree qualification taught in English.
- Evidence that you work in a company where English is the first language
- High School qualifications in English
Conceptualising Leadership in Healthcare
This module enables students to conceptualise leadership, culture and climate within the healthcare sector. It explores the theoretical underpinnings and discusses the application of leadership in practice. It will examine the unique challenges in leadership in the current healthcare culture and climate, inviting students to investigate real life solutions to ongoing leadership issues at all levels. Students will examine their own leadership style and the leadership style of others and as part of the assessment, will be asked to review and performance manage a member of staff within a simulated case study, allowing the student to undertake difficult conversations in a safe environment. Reflective practice is at the core of this module and students will be asked to produce a leadership self-assessment and self-development plan within the module.
Professional Practice and Strategy implementation in the context of Health Management
This module covers the analysis, formulation and implementation of healthcare strategy and its implications for healthcare management. Students will identify key policies and strategies for their area of practice and will suggest methods of implementation for their own clinical or leadership contexts. Working as a team, students will compete, within a true-to-life simulation depicting a competitive process, to secure funding to support a chosen strategic implementation in their area of practice.
Creative Change & Innovation
Provides a critical insight into the enduring nature of change and creativity for organisational survival and growth. This module encourages recognition of the organisational tensions and performance fluctuations linked to the generation and application of change and new ideas.
This module encourages students to independently explore and research the diverse contribution that strategic practices make to business performance. It develops analytical techniques and judgements based on theoretical models and contextual trends that impact on strategic implementation.
Finance Insights & Business Intelligence
This module develops students’ abilities to analyse business and financial data and glean key insights that can influence strategic decision-making. This contributes to the sustainable financial wellbeing of commercial or non-profit institutions that are faced with disruptive competition.
HRM in Context
Enables students to independently explore and develop their skills and knowledge as an HRM practitioner via contemporary and constructive debates, using information and understanding of HRM across the strategic and operational business environment and related management functions. The aim of this module is to increase credibility in the field of HRM and develop frameworks to support and underpin the evolving nature of work that will integrate with other HR strategies and functions and support human capital and business performance. It develops analytical techniques and judgements based on theoretical models and contextual trends that impact on reward management across strategic business functions
Emphasising the Environment
This module examines the complex relationship between business practices and the impact on the global environment. It considers ways in which business can contribute positively to global environmental concerns and policies.
This module is designed to develop the student’s ability to apply effective communication planning and brand management concepts. It provides insights into the contribution to organisational performance made by enhancing sustainable stakeholder relationships and delivering customer value.
This module provides insights into the nature and make up of academic research methods that align with common research frameworks. It introduces analytical techniques and approaches to sampling along with research ethics in order to provide students with direction that will enable them to investigate and solve their research questions.
This module supports students in identifying a contemporary business/management problem that is sufficiently complex to warrant investigation as a means of identifying possible solutions. It will provide insight into the nature of academic research, together with methodologies and analytical techniques. Students will develop and submit their research proposal based on a focused literature review. The problem identified in this module will be researched in the student’s dissertation.
In their dissertation, students will investigate and report on their chosen contemporary business/management problem. Their research and writing will be carried out under academic supervision.
Wrexham Glyndwr online MBAs are designed to be affordable, saving time and money. Tuition fees are calculated per eight-week module. You can enrol in and pay for each consecutive session as your studies progress. Payment is accepted through the online student portal and must meet the payment deadline.
Total Programme Fees: £6,000
Per 15-Credit Module Fee: £500
Why Wrexham Glyndwr University
- Top 10 university in UK for employability for UK-based graduates from part-time first degrees (Source: HESA PI E1b 2015/16)
- 99.1% were in employment or further study 6 months after completing their studies (Source: HESA PI E1b 2015/16)
- QAA-assured, industry-led programmes, incorporating deep knowledge and expertise of employer partners and tailored to the needs of the modern job market
- Close links with leading local and regional employers, including Airbus, Kellogg’s, Brother Industries and the BBC
- Expertise in flexible learning – more than half of our students study part-time
- Dedicated Student Success team supports you every step of the way – from enrolment right through to graduation
- International university of many cultures
- Programmes suitable for a wide range of academic backgrounds
- Inclusive and friendly culture that welcomes students from all backgrounds – Stonewall diversity champion
- 10% fee reduction for graduates of Wrexham Glyndwr University