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Join The Newcastle Business School MBA

The Newcastle MBA programmes are designed to focus around six core themes that will help to create distinctive and responsible leaders.

  • Demonstrating a range of leadership attributes as strategic thinker and responsible leaders
    HR4039 – Shaping Global Responsible Leadership;
    HR4040 Leadership Development Progrmame.
  • Be aware of strategic issues facing global leaders in the 21st century  
  • Understand key challenges facing the global organisation in the Knowledge Economy
    SM4009 – Understanding Challenges in the Knowledge Economy;
    SM4017 MBA Forum.
  • Be capable of creating, developing and implementing effective business strategy based on innovative practice and creative thinking
    SM4010 – Creating and Managing Competitive Organizations;
    SM4017 MBA Forum.
  • Developing specialized themes based on global business trends and key challenges facing organizations including design and innovation strategy, entrepreneurship, culture strategy, legal management.
    SM4019 Design and Innovation Strategy;
    SM4011 Entrepreneurship;
    TM4056 Managing Business in Creative and Cultural Industries;
    LA0327 Legal Issues in Managing Organizations.
  • Engage in a range of experiential business challenges designed to develop skill in action research and live project. 
    MBA Industrial Visit; (Excludes Distance Learning students)
    • HR4087 Management Investigation.



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Our students learn from the best – inspirational academic staff with a genuine passion for their subject. Our courses are at the forefront of current knowledge and practice and are shaped by world-leading and internationally excellent research.

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