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Master's Level Courses

Short Courses

Each postgraduate level module that we offer can be taken as a single short course over four and a half days, with the option of completing a post-module assignment to validate your learning.

Our courses cover the following areas:

Build up credits

If you decide to continue further, you may build up your credits from each short course to earn a Postgraduate Award and/or Postgraduate Certificate, see below.

Postgraduate Award*

To achieve a Postgraduate Award, you must successfully complete three modules and post-module assignments, (with the exception of Innovation Business Leadership which is five shorter modules), usually within a twelve month period. Awards are available in the following areas:

Postgraduate Certificate*

To achieve a Postgraduate Certificate, you must successfully complete six modules and post-module assignments within an eighteen month period. Awards are available in the following areas:

  • Engineering Business Management
  • Programme and Project Management
  • Supply Chain and Logistics Management
  • Service Management and Design
  • Cyber Security and Management
  • Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Delivery and Assessment

We firmly believe in practical learning and not lectures alone. You should expect to participate in group work, exercises and simulations as well as learning from the experiences of visiting speakers from a range of industries.

Master's level modules run from Monday-Friday, usually finishing after lunch on the final day. Courses are delivered at the University of Warwick campus and most delegates attend on a residential basis, staying in our 4 star equivalent conference centre.

Post-module assignments are designed as an educational extension to the module. They enable you to build your confidence in the learning you have undertaken and to apply it back into your workplace. They are not compulsory on short courses but are a requirement if you wish to build up credits towards a qualification.

*These awards may be counted towards a full Master’s degree provided the period from initial registration to completion is no longer than five years.

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