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Postgraduate taught

Mres Management

UCAS code 1234
Duration 1 year full time
Entry year 2021
Contact

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Phone (UK):
0300 555 6060
Phone (International):
+44 (0)1392 723044

Programme Director: Dr Allan Lee

Entry requirements

Good 2:1 degree.

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Campus Streatham Campus
Discipline Business and Management

Overview

  • This one-year programme provides a rigorous foundation in the skills required to conduct high-quality research in management and social sciences in general
  • You will receive instruction and guidance from our internationally respected academic staff who conduct and publish world-leading research
  • You will receive dedicated careers support throughout the programme from our business school career consultants
  • Fully funded scholarships are available for students who intend to progress onto a PhD in management at the University of Exeter
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Triple accredited Business School

Accredited by AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB

Top 100 Financial Times ranked European Business School

Rated 83rd in the world according to the 2019 Financial Times Masters in Management rankings

Entry requirements

A good 2:1 (65%+) degree with honours in a management related discipline from a recognised university. Evidence of mathematical/quantitative/qualitative ability is required. Degrees in psychology, sociology, and related fields are also considered. 

We do consider all applications where there is evidence of exceptional performance in modules relevant to the programme of study.

Entry requirements for international students

English language requirements

  • IELTS
  • TOEFL
  • Pearson

Please visit our entry requirements section for equivalencies from your country and further information on English language requirements.

Course content

The MRes in Management (Pathway to PhD) is a one-year programme for highly engaged and capable students who are planning to progress onto a PhD in management or related social science.

  • During the programme students will study modules (including the dissertation) totalling 180 credits.
  • Please note that programme structures may be subject to change.
  • Descriptions of the individual modules are given in full on the Business School postgraduate module list.

Fees

2021/22 entry

UK fees per year:

£7,600 full-time

International fees per year:

£18,100 full-time

Teaching and research

Assessment

Assessments will be conducted via problem sets, midterm exams, final exams, presentations, and a thesis. 

Supervision

Students will be assigned an academic tutor and a pastoral tutor from the first day of their MRes. During the MRes period you will have the opportunity to meet and discuss your research interests with a range of faculty members to help ensure you have the right fit in you continue to do a PhD. This is designed to expose you to various faculty members within the academic group on a rotation basis and also to provide a more integrated experience where you will have the chance to develop their ideas with junior faculty.

Progression to PhD

Although the MRes can be studied as a one-year standalone programme, it is a pathway to PhD for the majority of students.

Progression on to the PhD is subject to meeting the eligibility criteria for the PhD. This includes (1) successful completion of the MRes (achieving at least an average of 60% across all modules and at least 65% in the Dissertation) and (2) the identification of a member of academic staff in the University of Exeter Business School who has agreed to supervise your PhD.

After the programme

The MRes programme will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to carry out PhD level research and subject to meeting the entry criteria (see above) you will be able to progress onto our PhD Management programme.

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Careers

Upon completion of your PhD you will be well equipped to pursue careers in academia, government or consultancy. Many of our recent research students have gone on to be successful academic jobs and have published their doctoral work in well-established journals.

Developing your skills and career prospects

The University of Exeter Business School provides a range of support to help you develop skills attractive to employers. Visit our postgraduate Business School careers service web page for more information.