Masters projects

Expand your workforce for a special project or short-term assignment, without a long-term commitment.

Our MSc client-facing project enables you to gain access to the expertise of our highly motivated, talented and enthusiastic postgraduate MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management students on an unsalaried, expenses-only basis.

Our students will work with you to provide constructive analysis and consultancy on a key area of your business, with the supervision an experienced member of the Alliance Manchester Business School faculty.

To discuss your requirements today email phil.galvin@manchester.ac.uk

The MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management course is studied over one-year on a full-time basis. It focuses on the latest thinking in management and gives our students an international perspective, exploring the issues faced by organisations operating in the global business arena.

Between May and September, students carry out client-facing projects for organisations. These are unsalaried, making our students attractive candidates for projects and short-term assignments that your company may need fulfilling. The projects also enable students to put their international business knowledge and skills into practice.

Benefits for your organisation:

  • Expand your workforce for a special project or short-term assignment, without a long-term commitment.
  • All students are supervised throughout the project by their academic supervisor - an experienced member of the Alliance Manchester Business School faculty.
  • Our talented postgraduates can successfully provide analysis and ideas for business projects when internal resources are stretched.
  • You will raise the profile of your organisation on campus, attracting high-quality candidates to your organisation.

 

Elinor O’Connor, Director of Masters Programmes
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"Our MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management programme focuses on the latest thinking in management and gives our students an international perspective, exploring the real issues faced by organisations operating in the global business arena."

Elinor O’Connor