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Universities and colleges set their own admission requirements for higher education courses, so they vary broadly. Depending on the course, graduate student may be able to get into higher education with a range of qualifications. If you're applying to do a Foundation Degree course, you may find that work experience is taken into consideration alongside any qualifications you have. Some higher education institutes and colleges offer Foundation Years as preparation for a certain degree courses. They usually don't result in separate criteria as they simply qualify you to enter the degree program itself. Foundation Years aren't within reach for all degree courses, however.

If you are a strong leader and good at communicating, a master’s program in management could be for you. A master’s in management program will teach you effective management techniques, how to deal with employee issues, and how to make your employees work efficiently.

Spanning 23 countries, North America is continent filled with educational opportunity. Students have the opportunity to learn multiple languages and develop an understanding of vastly different cultures.

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Business And Management

EAE Business School
Campus Part time 1 year October 2017 Spain Barcelona Madrid + 1 more

Management Program and Management of EAE Business School offers the knowledge to manage the enterprise from a global perspective and changing competitive environments. [+]

Direction and Management

The owners, managers and executives are an important asset in business. Today, society and economy requires organizations to generate wealth and value. There is a commitment to the owners, and also the whole society.

Management Program and Management of EAE Business School offers the knowledge to manage the enterprise from a global perspective and changing competitive environments.

According to these premises, we designed a program that can achieve the following objectives:

- Expand and update the knowledge on the different areas of business management.

- Provide a strategic vision of the company, which encourages and improves the decision making process at the level of general management. ... [-]


Professional - Professional Certificates - San Diego

Stafford House International
Campus Full time Part time July 2017 USA San Diego

Learn business concepts and apply your advanced English skills to team projects and business case studies. This English program is for students who want to explore and develop their careers. [+]

Learn business concepts and apply your advanced English skills to team projects and business case studies. This English program is for students who want to explore and develop their careers. Talk with professionals from successful companies Learn from visits to U.S. companies Work on team projects and complete business case studies Project Management Minimum Level Upper Intermediate Start dates Jan 4, Apr 4, Jul 5, Oct 3 Quick Facts Managing schedules, budgets and risks How to build a business case How to analyze new projects How to track and communicate progress Marketing & Advertising Minimum Level Upper Intermediate Start dates Feb 29, May 31, Aug 29, Nov 28 Quick Facts Team Project: Create and present a marketing plan Product development, lifecycle and planning How to develop sales, promotion and advertising strategies Business Management Minimum Level Upper Intermediate Start dates Feb 1, May 2, Aug 1, Oct 31 Quick Facts The role of management and leadership within an organization How to develop your own leadership skills How to develop professional relationships [-]

EDGE Program in Business and Leadership

UCLA Anderson Executive Education
Campus Full time 3 weeks July 2017 USA Los Angeles

UCLA Anderson EDGE is a 3-week summer program for rising juniors, seniors and recent college graduates focused on Business, Leadership & Communication. [+]

Course Studies in Management in North America 2017. Get an EDGE on your career, with the business and leadership skills you need to start building your future success today. UCLA Anderson's EDGE is a three-week program for rising juniors, seniors, and recent college graduates who want the tools to make an immediate impact in their chosen careers. Program Benefits Succeed Today. Lead Tomorrow. EDGE helps students understand how to transform ideas into opportunities, excel in traditional business settings, and gain the management vocabulary they need to succeed today and lead tomorrow. World Class Faculty EDGE scholars have the opportunity to study with our world class faculty – the same professors who teach our MBA students. Location! Location! Location! There is no more exciting place to learn the fundamentals of business and leadership than Los Angeles – a vital hub of world trade, home of the entertainment and media industry and incubator for a new wave of innovative startups. ... [-]

Short course - Entrepreneurship

European School of Economics
Campus Full time 3 - 6 months January 2017 USA New York Italy Rome Milan Florence Spain Madrid United Kingdom London + 8 more

The Short Course in Entrepreneurship & Leadership‘s main objective is to develop participants’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. [+]

The Short Course in Entrepreneurship & Leadership‘s main objective is to develop participants’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. The modules are designed for those individuals willing to utilise and further develop their own creative potential aiming selfdevelopment and as a consequence to grow and further develop their current and future businesses opportunities. Entrepreneurship is a practical concept. That is the reason we designed modules based on case study methodology and interactive team work activities exploring diversity of participants background. Models and framework derived from multiple global case studies are utilised as tools to unleash participants’ insights leading to sustainable learning. Next Starting Dates: January / April / September The course is made up of 4 modules (modules may be subject to change and may vary according to the ESE center): Entrepreneurial Management and Ethical Leadership Creating and Re-creating Corporate Entrepreneurial Culture International Business Decision Making E-Business and E-Commerce Course Duration: 3 months = 120 in-class hours + revision/reading week + exam week Internship (optional): 3 months Internship (optional) Students who intend to participate in an internship must first undergo an assessment by the ESE Placement Officer. Upon being deemed eligible, host companies will be decided together with the Placement Officer who will assist the student in obtaining an internship at the company of choice. Candidates must submit a CV and undergo a successful interview for their acceptance. Course structure Each module holds a weekly 3-hour class (total 12 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Assessment Mid Term Assessment (30%) Final Assessment (70%) Entry requirements: Application form High School or Undergraduate Degree Diploma Résumé / CV (include reference to all previous education) Personal Statement Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL/IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable € 50.00 online application fee Internship programme: Students will undergo an assessment with the ESE Placement Officer, so as to determine their eligibility for an internship placement. The placement office will assist eligible students in obtaining an internship fitting their profile and career objectives. Credits & Recognition: No ECTS credits awarded. Upon completion of the programme, students receive a Certificate of Attendance awarded by the European School of Economics. [-]

Education Leadership Academy

High Tech High Graduate School Of Education
Online & Campus Combined Part time 1 year October 2017 USA San Diego

The HTH GSE Education Leadership Academy focuses on developing educational teams as change agents. This one-year hybrid program blends face-to-face residencies at High Tech High in San Diego, partnerships with HTH critical friends, and online learning. [+]

Course Studies in Management in North America 2017. The HTH GSE Education Leadership Academy focuses on developing educational teams as change agents. This one-year hybrid program blends face-to-face residencies at High Tech High in San Diego, partnerships with HTH critical friends, and on-line learning. Participants design their own personal learning plan and execute a collaborative Leadership Project that addresses an authentic need or issue at their home schools.  Throughout the program participants engage with theory and implement put it to practice exercises centering on deeper learning, equity and change leadership. These themes serve to help each participant grow as a facilitator, a change agent and a school transformer. Additionally, participants receive extensive feedback from other program participants and become a member of committed cohort of educators who serve to support one another after the program is completed. The Academy also invites leading educational experts to guide participants in their thinking. During the 2016-2017 school year, guest faculty include: Chris Emdin of Columbia University; Stephanie Rogen, Coach and Strategic Education Advisor to Most Likely to Succeed Documentary, Larry Rosenstock, Chief Executive Officer at HTH, Laura McBain, Education Leadership Academy Director and HTH Critical Friends. Key program details include: Face to Face: Participants attend customized residencies: During these residencies participants, attend workshops led by key faculty, visit classrooms, meet with their teams, and engage in project planning/tuning activities with their team members. Onsite: After the first onsite visit, a HTH critical friend will visit the school team’s site to engage in professional development, coaching and other events, as needed by the school. This two-day visit will be co-designed the school team and their HTH critical friend to ensure the visit meets the school’s authentic need. Online: In online forums and in consultation with HTH critical friends, participants explore the theory and craft knowledge related to issues that arise in their own practice. During online consultations, HTH Critical friends help school teams design professional development for their school setting. Participants are asked share the impact of these professional development online with other cohort members and respond to other teams’ successes and challenges. "I have been pushed. That is my first thought when asked to describe my experience at HTH. I have been forced to reflect on my practice, put my ideas into action and then to document what has occurred. Further, I have gained an ever increasing circle of what I call, "professional friends." From my critical friend to working more closely with colleagues here at BSS, I am collaborating, sharing my work and therefore, hopefully, improving my practice." Tim Sommerville, Bishop Strachan School, Canada "[The] High Tech High School Leadership Program was crucial in my personal development of confidence, networking and community building. My journey with the school is far from over, and my most important discovery was the realization that I have the power to co-create spaces for inspiration wherever I am." Karen Harris, Holualoa Elementary, Hawaii [-]

Project Management

Fanshawe College
Campus or Online Full time 1 year September 2017 Canada London

Project Management is a one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate program, completed in two four-month semesters. Students may choose to study at the London Campus or in a fully online format. [+]

Project Management Project Management is a one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate program, completed in two four-month semesters (laptop required). Students may choose to study at the London Campus or in a fully online format. Students will gain the in-depth knowledge, competencies, skills, tools, and techniques required to plan and execute major projects that achieve organizational goals on time and on budget. The Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge is an integral part of the program curriculum. The curriculum also addresses emerging trends in project management through courses in agile project management, project recovery and project leadership. Academic School: Lawrence Kinlin School of Business Campus: London Campus (LC) Program Delivery: Day Time, Full Time, Online Program Type: Certificate, Graduate Available to International Students?: Yes Admission Requirements A Two- or Three-Year College Diploma, or a Degree (Note: minimum 'C+' average or cumulative 2.5 GPA) OR Acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education as judged by the College* OR Five years of work experience in the project management field as judged by the College to be equivalent* Note: *Applicants may be required to submit a resume and cover letter that includes details of work experience. English Language Requirements Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English by one of the following methods: A Grade 12 College Stream or University Stream English credit from an Ontario Secondary School, or equivalent, depending on the program's Admission Requirements Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) test with a minimum score of 570 for the paper-based test (PBT), or 88 for the Internet-based test (iBT), with test results within the last two years International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test with an overall score of 6.5 with no score less than 6.0 in any of the four bands, with test results within the last two years Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) test with an overall score of 70 with no score less than 60 in any of the four bands, with test results within the last two years An English Language Evaluation (ELE) at Fanshawe College with a minimum score of 75% in all sections of the test, with test results within the last two years Recommended Academic Preparation It is highly recommended that students be proficient in the following areas before entry into the program: - Mathematics - Business Communication - Computer applications, particularly Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Applicant Selection Criteria Where the number of eligible applicants exceeds the available spaces in the program, the Applicant Selection Criteria will be: Preference for Permanent Residents of Ontario Receipt of Application by February 1st (After this date, Fanshawe College will consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis until the program is full) Achievement in the Admission Requirements Other Information Applicants applying to the Online version of the program should select Campus Code LCL (London - Online). Applicants applying to the Online version of the program should ensure they have appropriate technological capacity to complete the program, including access to a computer, required software and internet access for each course in the program. Upon completion of the first semester of the program, students will be eligible for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification, an entry-level designation offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Graduates will be prepared to pursue PMI's Project Management Professional (PMP) designation after completing the prescribed period of professional project management experience. Students entering Level 1 of the program in January will proceed to Level 2 of the program in May. Approximate Costs Students attending the Online version of the program will not be required to pay a CONNECT lab fee. For all other students: A laptop computer is to be purchased by the student, approximately $1000.00. The cost of the laptop is included in the General Expenses stated in the Fee Schedule. A CONNECT lab fee of $75.00 per academic term is included in the Additional Program Fees stated in the Fee Schedule. This fee helps cover costs associated with the delivery of the CONNECT mobile computing program. The CONNECT lab fee is OSAP eligible. Students should not purchase a laptop computer or software until the College publishes the recommended configuration, models, software titles and versions for that academic year. Career Opportunities Graduates can expect to find employment in large and small organizations, in the public and private sectors, and in a variety of fields (e.g., information technology, construction, transportation, education, manufacturing, healthcare). They will be prepared for various project management roles, from entry-level to senior management, depending on their prior education and work experience: project assistant, project management assistant, project coordinator, project manager, project management specialist, project scheduler, project accountant, project administrator, project supervisor, project management consultant, project analyst, and project engineer. [-]

International Management & Leadership - IM

International Business School Americas
Campus Full time July 2017 Italy Altavilla Vicentina

Develop essential skills in management and create business leaderships no matter the area the participant takes part. It allows the participant to lead managerial posts and people and to improve managerial processes with an international view. [+]

Course Studies in Management in North America 2017. Period: January and July Course load: Full day classes and activities for 3 weeks - 80h in classroom and 8 hours of extra activities. Faculty: Specialist professors from the university, with great academic and professional experience. Dynamics of the class: theoretical classes, cases discussions and practical activities Students’ profile: Undergraduates interested in Administration Additional activities: Visit to the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, or the Fashion District of Milan, Italy. Number of students in class: from 15 to 30 Investment: € 5.100 + enrollment fee € 60 – check scholarship programs Payment conditions: up to 10 installments Enrollment period: upon request Objectives of the program Develop essential skills in management and create business leaderships no matter the area the participant takes part. It allows the participant to lead managerial posts and people and to improve managerial processes with an international view. Program* 1st week: Strategic Leadership Classical and Contemporary Views of Leadership; leadership versus management; sharing power and confidence. Company Visits and Project work. 2nd week: Business Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Negotiation techniques and strategies; environmental analysis and approach methods; Mediator’s role in conflict resolution. Role Game. Company Visits and Project work. 3rd week: Intercultural Management Globalization and the new business arena; international mergers & acquisitions and its impacts over employees; intercultural management foundations. Company Visits and Project work. Graduation Ceremony. * Subject to change according to the coordination. Previous readings: Students will receive a set of articles to read, with six months in advance, allowing the best preparation for classes. * Subject to change according to the coordination. Previous readings: Students will receive a set of articles to read, with six months in advance, allowing the best preparation for classes. [-]

Advanced Management Program

Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business
Campus Part time 4 weeks September 2017 USA Durham

Duke's Advanced Management Program (AMP) provides senior executives with frameworks for creating and overseeing the execution of new strategies and initiatives. [+]

Program Description

Duke's Advanced Management Program (AMP) provides senior executives with frameworks for creating and overseeing the execution of new strategies and initiatives.  The program focuses on new tools and approaches to business challenges, helping executives move their businesses to the next level.  They will return to work with a better understanding of business possibilities, a creative set of options for making improvements, and a personal action plan.

Our unique split-schedule format ensures that executives are away from work and family for only two weeks at a time.  The program is conducted in two, two-week sessions, with approximately one month between sessions.... [-]


Leading High Performance Teams

McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Austin

This program will provide you with a comprehensive toolkit of the major functions effective leaders perform: hiring, communicating, motivating, negotiating, teaming, evaluating, rewarding and creating a high performance culture. [+]

Course Studies in Management in North America 2017.

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Managers in today's business world must become creative leaders who inspire productivity and motivate employees to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Faced with ever increasing demands, managers are being asked to perform functions formerly in the realm of human resource and other departments. A challenging task but definitely achievable if you understand how to use sophisticated management tools.

 

This program will provide you with a comprehensive toolkit of the major functions effective leaders perform: hiring, communicating, motivating, negotiating, teaming, evaluating, rewarding and creating a high performance culture. You will examine and learn the critical skills effective managers use to motivate and lead others, and how to foster group cohesiveness, mutual respect and support, and company loyalty. Drawing from recent research on management and leadership skills, you will learn how to be a more successful manager and deal with the difficult challenges encountered when leading others.... [-]


Executive Development Program: The Transition to General Management

Columbia Business School
Campus Part time 13 days April 2017 USA New York

The Executive Development Program shortens the learning curve for new general managers by developing the skills needed to achieve excellence as a cross-functional executive. [+]

The Executive Development Program shortens the learning curve for new general managers by developing the skills needed to achieve excellence as a cross-functional executive.

 

During this program you will discuss the job of the General Manager, how GMs get work done, the different functions of business that report to the GM and business strategy. Most importantly, you will practice the skills of a GM- such as questioning, listening, integrating, and communicating. You will have the opportunity to experiment with new approaches and to discuss your own professional challenges with your colleagues and faculty facilitators.

 

Our program demonstrates how to maximize people and resources, develop a broader understanding of integration across functions, and make accurate projections to enhance your organization's effectiveness and profitability.... [-]


Developing Leadership Competencies

IESE Business School, University of Navarra - Executive Education Department: Short Focused Programs
Campus Part time 4 days November 2017 Spain Barcelona

Developing Leadership Competencies (DLC) is an opportunity for professionals to hone their leadership skills away from the glare of the corporate arena. Before the program starts, participants carry out a self-assessment, including a 360-degree evaluation. [+]

Developing Leadership Competencies

Successful companies realize that the competencies of their people, especially their managers, are a crucial source of competitive advantage. Maximizing this asset requires a sophisticated understanding of leadership competencies and strategies.

Developing Leadership Competencies (DLC) is an opportunity for professionals to hone their leadership skills away from the glare of the corporate arena.

Before the program starts, participants carry out a self-assessment, including a 360-degree evaluation. During the course, managers receive feedback on their leadership capabilities and personal leadership style. They also design personal development plans and strategies to engage team members to achieve corporate goals. Upon the program’s conclusion, participants are offered “virtual coaching” to help them implement their plans.... [-]


Reinventing Leadership: A Breakthrough Approach

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 USA Evanston

This experiential program, taught by Kellogg School faculty in conjunction with leading European professors from the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises in France, is designed to help you escape the yoke of outdated paradigms and tap into your own leadership potential [+]

Revolutionize the way you think, and results will follow. This seminar offers a unique approach for maximizing your leadership performance - looking beyond two-dimensional maps for increasing productivity to a more holistic view of leadership. During this program you will complete an intensive analysis of your motivations, behaviors, and goals for leadership improvement.

 

Through an enhanced understanding of the motivations and attitudes that drive you, you become more purposeful and effective as a leader by recognizing what fundamentally drives people and connecting those drives to corporate objectives. This experiential program, taught by Kellogg School faculty in conjunction with leading European professors from the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises in France, is designed to help you escape the yoke of outdated paradigms and tap into your own leadership potential.... [-]


Finance for Executives

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 USA Chicago

Even highly innovative and creative managers with excellent people skills must report their results using financial terms and concepts. This program presents the main elements of modern finance from the manager’s viewpoint. [+]

Course Studies in Management in North America 2017.

Even highly innovative and creative managers with excellent people skills must report their results using financial terms and concepts. This program presents the main elements of modern finance from the manager’s viewpoint.

 

The purpose of this seminar is to help general managers, senior functional managers, and other nonfinancial managers make decisions that will measurably improve their personal effectiveness and the profitability of their organizations. The program provides sufficient familiarity with financial information to enable managers to interpret and comfortably use financial data in their daily decisions.

 

Also, it will equip participants to communicate more effectively with financial specialists, including treasurers and controllers. It concentrates on the uses of financial information rather than on its preparation. Participants will develop skills to understand financial decisions that affect their companies’ business and operational objectives. They also will learn how to analyze decisions involving capital structure, financing, dividends, valuations, acquisitions, and restructuring.... [-]


Bachelor of Management

East Carolina University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Greenville

A concentration in management can provide you with the skills you need to succeed in future business enterprises. The concentration is designed to help you learn how to deal with the people-based challenges you will encounter in a management position. [+]

The Department of Management prepares students with the skills necessary to meet the business demands of today and tomorrow. The curriculum provides a solid business core, helping students learn how to deal with the people-based challenges encountered in various management positions. Graduates have employment opportunities in a wide variety of supervisory/management positions. The department offers concentrations in Management, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, and International Business. Management Concentration A concentration in management can provide you with the skills you need to succeed in future business enterprises. The concentration is designed to help you learn how to deal with the people-based challenges you will encounter in a management position. Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management Concentration The emerging high-technology and service industries have created a demand for entrepreneurs who can provide dynamic leadership in creating new enterprises. Equally important is the need for individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit to enter older, more mature industries. If you intend to enter a family business, work in the small business sector, start your own business, or buy an existing business, you should consider a concentration in entrepreneurship and small business management. International Business Concentration The international business major in the College of Business is a highly structured program that is best suited to students in their first semester of the freshman year. There are certain requirements that are unique to this major including a full semester study abroad and the fulfillment of a foreign language requirement. Study Abroad All international business majors are required to study abroad for a minimum of one full semester. Summer study abroad cannot be used to satisfy this requirement. One of the primary goals of the full semester study abroad is to enhance the student's proficiency in the chosen foreign language within its cultural context. It is recommended that students study abroad during the second semester of their sophomore year or the first semester of the junior year. Immediately upon their return from the study abroad, students are required to sit for a foreign language competency examination through the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. It is the student's responsibility to arrange the study abroad through the ECU International Programs Office. World Regions The full semester study abroad must be completed in an approved nation within the student's chosen world region. There are five world regions from which a student can choose: Africa/Middle East, Asia, Europe, South America, and North America. Each student must choose the language of preference within the appropriate world region. The study abroad must be completed within the nation whose native tongue is the student's preference. [-]

Information Management Program

Pacific Institute of Technology
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Morrow

Information derived from data is important to the management, productivity and differentiation of an organization. Data must be efficiently collected, organized, retrieved and managed to make it meaningful to the organization. It is the role of the information technology professional to develop, deploy, manage and integrate data and information systems to support the organization. This knowledge area... [+]

Course Studies in Management in North America 2017. Information Management Program Information derived from data is important to the management, productivity and differentiation of an organization. Data must be efficiently collected, organized, retrieved and managed to make it meaningful to the organization. It is the role of the information technology professional to develop, deploy, manage and integrate data and information systems to support the organization. This knowledge area includes the collection, organization, modeling, transformation, presentation, safety and security of the data and information. Students who possess this body of knowledge and who decide to specialize in this area will help organizations manage data and databases as Database Administrators, Data Architects, Data Modelers and Data Analysts. Students can choose from any of the following concentrations under this program: Oracle Database Management SQL Server Database Management DB2 Database Management Project Management Qualifications and Educational Requirements Acceptance into Pacific Institute of Technology is competitive and all students seeking admission must meet all applicable requirements. In order to be considered for admission, all applicants must: Complete and submit an admissions application along with the required non-refundable fee; Provide proof of U.S. citizenship or Permanent Residence status; or for foreign students, Must have an approved International Student Form (Form I-20) under the M-1 Visa category; Provide proof of a U. S. high school diploma, GED, or the recognized equivalent. Interview with the college’s admissions officer (waived for international students); Possess basic keyboard skills (A minimum of 35 WPM is required); Pass the PIT computer-based Computer Literacy Test (CLT); and, Complete and sign an Enrollment Agreement. Admissions Criteria and Requirements In order to be considered for admission, all applicants must: Complete and submit an admissions application(click on apply now to submit an online application) along with the required non-refundable fee Have an approved International Student Form (Form I-20) under the M-1 Visa category; Provide proof of high school diploma, or the recognized equivalent. Possess basic keyboard skills (A minimum of 35 WPM is required); Complete and sign an Enrollment Agreement. [-]