Author: Simon Tarver
In 2018 Primeast partnered with York St John University to deliver The Level 7 Senior Leader York Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree apprenticeship in London and York.
Who is the York MBA Degree for?
With limited places available, the MBA is recommended for those working at a level where they can influence strategy or who have been identified as a future leader within their organisation.
Use your Apprenticeship Levy - or lose it!Eligible levy paying employers in England can offset their levy payments when enrolling employees on this programme. The MBA combines academic rigour and real-life workplace experience, to develop principled, innovative leaders to lead the performance, long-term vision and growth of their organisations.
Designed to support career progression to successful senior strategic roles
Study with a cohort of experienced professionals from a range of industries, building your network and giving you insights into best practice internationally. You will explore issues that have significant impact on organisations by working together and building on personal experiences and comparing and contrasting with your peers.
- Executive Perspectives on Leadership, Culture, Innovation and Change
- Organisational Design and Strategic Thinking
- Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
- Strategic Resource Management
- Capstone Project
Apply knowledge and skills immediately in the workplace
This is a unique, experiential and participative programme blending a strong academic perspective with great industry-based, practical experience. Resources for learning explicitly include the knowledge, skills and experience all participants and staff. You will carry out projects and assignments and participate in competitions and business simulations designed to help you apply the theories, tools and techniques you learn.
Interested in starting? Get in touch
To learn more about the York Executive MBA, if your organisation may be eligible, how to apply and start dates for York or London, or anything else development related...call Simon Tarver on tel: 01423 531083 or email him here.
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