|Masters Entry Graduate Diploma(MEGD): Course Details
The Masters Entry Graduate Diploma has been created for students who at present do not have sufficient academic or English language qualifications to embark on a master’s programme in the UK. For example, if they are Chinese, they may well have a three year Diploma rather than a four year degree. They may also have IELTS of no more than 5.0 when at least 6.0 is generally required for acceptance into a UK Higher education institution. Students with 240 credits (i.e 2nd year of first degree, HND/ Advance Diplomaawarded by UK recognised body) can also qualify for Masters Entry Graduate Diploma.
MEGD endeavours over a year of study to help the student reach IELTS 6.5 and also introduces him/her to the academic discipline that they are intending to study at Masters level. It is hoped that students who successfully complete the Diploma will stay on at Magna Carta College to take the MBA degree.
Business English Course
This module is designed as a multi-skills business English course to improve skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar and vocabulary. It will help students study efficiently both the course and onwards at the later stage and prepare the overseas students to take IELTS. This is allocated 60 credits.
Introduction to International Management Course
This course is to introduce diploma students to academic study in a UK context. It is particularly relevant for students intending to follow on with study for an MBA. It gives tasters of all the major subjects studied in the core courses of an MBA programme and is allocated 30 credits.
Introduction to International Law Course
This law course is to introduce diploma students to academic legal study for business in a UK context. It is particularly relevant for students intending to follow on with study for an MBA. It gives tasters of a number of law electives on the course and is allocated 30 credits.
The third part of the programme is a dissertation on a Management or Business Law topic as appropriate. This is allocated 30 credits.
Total credits for the course are 120.
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Other coursesMBA in International Management
MBA in International Business Law