It's the UK's second city, but how does Manchester compare on a global scale? Our guide takes an in-depth look at the Northern Powerhouse's journey so far, and our predictions of what's to come.
According to research from the World Economic Forum, 35% of the skills deemed necessary to succeed in a job today will completely change five years from now. This is especially true in the digital industry, which is constantly growing and evolving.
As part of the MBA program at Manchester Metropolitan University, you are able to take part in a one week international study-trip. This trip helps you understand how business operates in other parts of the world, alongside providing a unique opportunity to build up your network of connections.
Manchester has a rich history in helping inspirational women flourish, from the writer Elizabeth Gaskell to BBC North’s current director Alice Webb.
Manchester has quickly become the centre of the Government’s ‘Northern Powerhouse’ project, and with continued revival efforts and investment into the city, there has never been a better time to progress your career through an MBA at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Having MBA professionals who are specialised in Digital Management as part of your team can really help your brand stand out.
The best investment companies need their top level employees to be at the forefront of the financial world, with exemplary economic knowledge, awareness of risks and regulations, a strong network of appropriate contacts, and admirable leaderships skills.
This guide outlines why your business should fast-track ambitious employees onto MBA courses. You might be surprised by the benefits that your business will enjoy as a result.
Corporate/Employee sponsorship is when a business puts an employee – or many employees – onto a business school MBA course to help further their professional development.