Business, Humanities, Social Sciences & Law Accelerated Pre-Masters Programme
Your business career
Why study business or the humanities at Teesside University?
A postgraduate degree at Teesside University is all about innovative learning experiences, which include:
- A CMI level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership on successful completion of the MBA in Business Administration
- Access to a bespoke £7.5m business school, equipped with the latest facilities and modern teaching and learning spaces
- Working closely with professional academic staff and local businesses, including Nissan, Samsung, Hitachi, Procter & Gamble, Northumbrian Water and Virgin Money
- Access to Teesside Enterprise Clinic, where you can put what you learn into practice by working to solve problems with local businesses.
Choose your modules
You will study a set of core modules – which are specific to your chosen subject route and progression degree.
Please note that you are expected to attend 100% of your classes at the International Study Centre or you are at risk of losing your Student visa.
Academic English Skills aims to provide thorough training in the language and related academic skills which will enable international students to best achieve their academic potential at university. Our Academic English programme is validated by UK ENIC, the UK government agency responsible for providing information and expert opinion on qualifications and skills worldwide.
You will develop awareness and competency in a range of language-related academic skills, including the processes of academic writing, effective and extensive reading strategies, effective participation in seminars and delivery of presentations, and listening to and recording information effectively from lectures. You will also develop the accuracy and range of written and spoken language required to use language effectively and appropriately, with clarity and confidence in an academic context.
Alongside your classes, your studies will be supported by an online learning platform, providing you with a range of tasks and activities specifically designed to develop and extend your language and academic skills outside the classroom and to give you more control over your own learning.
The ability to engage critically with source material facilitates and good critical writing; both of which are essential academic skills in UK higher education. Critical Reading and Applied Academic Writing Skills aims to further develop the critical reading skills and written accuracy, organisational patterns and conventions covered in the Applied Academic English Skills module.
This module develops a bank of mathematical skills, which students can apply in a range of business contexts. It will also boost students’ understanding of basic statistical principles to provide a foundation for future study.
Research methods provide the underpinning knowledge in appropriate study mechanisms. Following on from the student engagement with an individual project provides them with a learning experience that will enable them to carry out independent research. Students are expected to plan, research, and execute their project while developing skills in independent working and critical evaluation.
In this module students will be encouraged to investigate the current digital business environment, using theory and case studies to gain insight into the contemporary and future contexts in which they will be working following their Masters study at Teesside University.
Progress to your degree
Once you complete your Accelerated Pre-Masters Programme pathway and achieve the required grades, you will be able to join your chosen Masters degree at Teesside University. By completing this pathway, you will be able to progress to the following degrees.
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