Master’s degree programmes – 60 credits final stage (top-up)

The following programmes are studied through the development of a Consultancy Project Report.

Module information and delivery

  • Consultancy Project Report – compulsory

The top-up programmes consist of a compulsory single module ‘Consultancy Project Report’ worth 60 credits. The module provides the opportunity for you to examine an area of particular interest within an appropriate organisational context. The module is designed to make a major contribution to your professional and intellectual development, through enabling you to demonstrate your capacity for sustained independent thought, learning and critical reflection.

The purpose of this programme is to deliver a practical and realistic solution to a business-related strategic challenge, which in turn is supported by appropriate reference to theoretical and conceptual analysis.

You will evidence this by producing a ‘Consultancy Project Report’ of 12,000 words.

The Consultancy Project Report is delivered and assessed by our UK based academic team using our virtual learning platform and direct support from your allocated supervisor.

The Consultancy Project module could be completed in one academic term of 15 weeks or may be studied part-time over two terms.

Entry requirements, Fees and Intakes

To apply any of the above masters top-up programmes, you need to possess relevant OTHM level 7 diploma (120 credits) qualification, you must also have a minimum of 2 years’ work experience at graduate level, in either a managerial or professional capacity which may include voluntary work, placements, internships, project management etc.

  • MBA top-up course fee is £3,850.
  • MA and MSc top-up course fee is £2,750.
  • Starts in September, January, and May

Awarding institution

  • Awarded by University of Chichester.

Support

We want students on our course to have the support they need to make the most of their investment in their own future.

You will receive excellent support from our academic team, including your programme manager and your supervisor who will be with you every step of the way.