Executive Education

Programmes

MSc Strategic Leadership

With the ever increasing pace of change it is more important than ever that organisations have the management and leadership capabilities they need to adapt to new scenarios.

Developed in conjunction with the CIPP this programme is specifically designed for payroll professionals to further develop their leadership skills and their ability to analyse and apply value-based decision making, manage complex projects and lead teams through periods of strategic change.

Who the programme is for

Now available as a Level 7 Apprenticeship

The programme is suitable for students who are highly motivated individuals keen on challenging and developing themselves and the businesses they work for. This creates an exciting learning environment where academic thinking, up to date industry research, cross industry applications and good practice are shared, discussed evaluated and implemented.

Programme start date

October 2019 - Applications now open

Please be aware that all intakes for the postgraduate/post-experience programmes are recruitment driven requiring a minimum number of students to make a viable study group. You will be advised 6 weeks before the advertised start date whether the programme will run.

Fees and Funding

Provided below is a listing of the tuition fees for this programme. If you are studying for a Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma, tuition fees will be charged on a pro rata basis, according to the number of credits you are studying for.

 

  2019-20
MSc in Strategic Leadership

 £13,700

(including dual award)

Apprenticeship MSc in Strategic Leadership £18,000

 

Important: Please read the additional information provided about Fees and Funding.

For information about the Apprenticeship pathway using Government Levy please visit our Apprenticeships pages.

Next steps

Contact us

For more information please contact our Business Development Manager, via email or telephone as below.

Vicki Unwin
Business Development Manager
+44 (0)1509222160
V.E.Unwin@lboro.ac.uk