Whether you need to develop your current knowledge and skills, or accelerate your career progression, Nottingham masters degree programmes are a key step towards senior positions, while also providing a solid foundation for PhD research.
Learning the Nottingham way
We believe that the most effective way to learn is through involvement and experience. With this in mind the teaching on our masters degree programmes is designed to be highly interactive through the use of case studies, student presentations, business simulations, debates and joint projects. This will be challenging but also stimulating enabling students to think for themselves and gain the confidence necessary for advanced business decision making.
Nottingham University Business School China is currently offering five MSc programmes. Each is designed to accelerate your career progression by building on the knowledge you have developed as an undergraduate. You can concentrate on a specific area to develop your skills and experience to an advanced level and can if you wish ember that in a deeper knowledge about China.
By choosing one of our MSc programmes, you will gain a level of expertise in the theoretical and practical aspects of your particular area of interest allowing you to move forward in your career with confidence
Ensuring all our students develop an international outlook and those from abroad if they so choose can do so from a Chinese perspective. Our taught masters degree programmes have participants from more than 20 countries and we seek to attract even more with our in China versions of our key programmes. This will ensure an ever richer and growing variety of business perspectives. Some of our masters courses are designed for applicants who do not have a ﬁrst degree in a business subject and so our programmes offer an ideal route to progressing or changing their career path and some help embed that in the Chinese context.
The quality of research carried out by Nottingham University Business School was recognised in the latest Research Assessment Exercise, which ranked the school sixth in the UK for research – 95% of research in the school was considered of international quality, while 70% was considered 'world leading' or 'internationally excellent'.
The 2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities (published by the Centre for World-Class Universities and the Institute of Higher Education of Shanghai Jiao Tong University) ranks the University of Nottingham in the Top 100 in the world for Economics/Business. The University is one of only 8 UK universities in the Top 100.