- Course days
Dinsdag 18.15 - 21.30
What can you do later?
- You will develop essential skills for successful organizational leadership in 21st century business.
No pre-master required
To follow this master, there is no pre-master required
Internationally recognized degree
Saxion University offers this MBA programme in co-operation with the University of Greenwich. Upon graduation you will obtain an internationally recognized British degree; the Master of Business Administration.
During your study programme
You gain a better understanding of the interrelationship of all functional areas of management, whilst looking at business issues from a holistic corporate perspective. You will be able to develop and implement a successful strategy. It enables you to get profound knowledge in functional areas of management, as well as improving your managerial skills.
Our graduates have the opportunity to progress rapidly through strategic management positions in different companies or to apply their skills and knowledge to managing their own business. You will understand the relationship between an organization and its environment and capable of developing a successful business strategy or managing its operation.
Master of Arts in Management (English taught)
The programme is aimed at those who want to develop relevant skills and knowledge in leading or developing a thriving business. You understand the interrelationship of the functional areas of management and steer organisations towards success. This will allow you to take a holistic perspective towards key challenges for corporate organisations on topics such as innovation, sustainability and using smart technology.
Master of Business Administration (English taught)
The Master of Business Administration programme is designed for professionals looking to advance their business, management and leadership skills. It prepares managers for organisation-wide leadership and decision-making. The programme approaches leadership development thematically. Personal development and coaching is a key theme to help you understand your value in the market and to develop plans to optimise your potential.