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1 Full-time Master s Programme

2 Foreword Foreword Chairman and Founder At WMG we have developed a leading centre for world class management studies attracting high calibre students who want to make an impact, whether in technology, management or as an entrepreneur. Modern leaders need an appreciation of science, technology, engineering and the marketplace in order to succeed. Collaborating with business we have developed a focused programme based on real world scenarios that will enable you to succeed in a constantly changing global environment. By studying with us you are taking the first step to investing in your future. In return we will enable you to gain the necessary skills to compete effectively in the global market. You will be joining one of the world s leading research groups with state-ofthe art research and development facilities and collaborative partnerships with over 1000 leading global companies. You will have the opportunity to work with our leading edge researchers in areas such as digital technologies, e-security and e-commerce, novel and sustainable materials, emerging manufacturing processes, hybrid automotive technology, robotics and visualisation. Your Master s degree will be awarded from the University of Warwick, giving you an internationally recognised qualification from the UK s most innovative highly ranked university. Your journey to technology, management and entrepreneurial success starts here! Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, KT, CBE, FREng, FRS 2 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmg

3 Contents Contents The University of Warwick 04 About WMG 05 WMG Master s Programme 06 Entry Requirements and Application 07 MSc Programmes Cyber Security and 08 Engineering Business 10 e-business 12 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 14 International Technology 16 International Trade, Strategy and Operations 18 for Business Excellence 20 Manufacturing Systems Engineering 22 Process Industry Business 24 Programme and Project 26 Service and Design 28 Supply Chain and Logistics 30 After You Graduate 32 Full Module List 34 Contact Details back cover go.warwick.ac.uk/wmg 3

4 About Warwick The University of Warwick The success and reputation of the University of Warwick lies in a unique blend of entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to absolute academic excellence. As a member of the Russell Group and one of the UK s leading universities for teaching and research, Warwick has consistently been ranked within the UK top ten since it was founded in Over the last half century it has established itself as a truly international university, positioned within the top 50 universities in the world. Warwick s International Community contributes greatly to the vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere on campus. With over 100 different nationalities represented you will be working and living with people from all over the world. Accommodation consists of modern, comfortable rooms on campus, mostly en-suite and with high-speed internet and network access. Residences are set in pleasant parklands close to all the campus facilities. Warwick s Students Union is one of the largest in the country with over 250 societies to choose from. Student events such as one world week are internationally recognised and mirror the University s reputation for innovation and dynamism. Warwick Sport provides every opportunity for you to try something new or compete in your sport. It offers over 70 different sports clubs, a swimming pool, gym, indoor climbing wall, all-weather tennis courts, 60 acres of outdoor playing fields and much more. Warwick Arts Centre houses two theatres, a cinema, a 1,400 seat concert hall, the Mead Art Gallery, and a specialised music centre. It is nationally recognised as an outstanding venue for both famous and new artists. The International Office provides a wide range of services for both prospective and current students, including immigration advice, welfare support and an orientation programme for those new to the UK. Warwick University s Campus is an award-winning 700 acre, self-contained campus in the heart of England yet just one hour from London. With fantastic facilities and excellent access to local towns, cities and countryside, it provides an attractive, safe and supportive environment in which to live and study. The Library holds over 1 million printed titles and 16,000 electronic journals and offers outstanding resources. The University s acclaimed Learning Grid provides a 24/7 relaxed learning environment with an impressive range of multimedia equipment. Warwick Careers Service gives students a real head-start in their job searches. Voted by students as the best in the country, the careers service provides outstanding guidance and support. Warwick University is widely recognised by employers as an ideal recruiting ground. Language Support is offered by The Centre for Applied Linguistics. The Programme in English for Postgraduate Studies (PEPs) prepares students in academic English over 1, 2 or 3 terms. Six or ten week pre-sessional English courses may also be offered if you narrowly miss the English language criteria for Master s study. Worship is encouraged by the multifaith Chaplaincy which welcomes all members of the University community. It is home to Christian, Jewish and Muslim chaplains who, as a valued part of the University s welfare network, offer spiritual and emotional support. 4 go.warwick.ac.uk

5 About WMG About WMG WMG, an academic department of the University of Warwick, occupies a unique position between academia and industry. Sujit Banerji Professor of Operations Executive Director of Postgraduate Programmes WMG s education programmes are well known for providing high quality education with the latest relevant and innovative subjects to meet today s business and industry needs. There is a continuous focus on improving academic standards with on-going adaption of courses and content. The programmes have been highly successful, attracting students from over 60 countries. Besides the learning offerings in the UK, Universities around the world partner with us, making it possible for us to deliver our renowned education programmes in several overseas locations. We also collaborate with many of our industrial partners in developing and customising skills transfer programmes targeted for them. We improve the relevance of our education programmes to industry and the overall quality of our offerings by inviting companies to proactively engage with us in course development, and actively leveraging the research being done at WMG. The resulting education programme has been recognised formally with the award of the Queens Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in the recent past. WMG was founded by Professor Lord Bhattacharyya in 1980 to help reinvigorate UK manufacturing. From its inception, WMG s mission has been to improve the competitiveness of organisations through the application of value adding innovation, new technologies, and skills deployment, bringing academic rigour to industrial and organisational practice. Today we are one of the world s leading research and education groups, with over 500 people working across six buildings on the Warwick campus plus collaborative centres in seven countries. We have an annual programme of 180m which includes industrial and in-kind support. In 2014 we launched three new R&D centres: the Energy Innovation Centre, the Automotive Composites Research Centre, and the International Institute for Nanocomposites Manufacturing. The National Automotive Innovation Centre is set to open in late An academic department of the University of Warwick, we are an international role model for how universities and business can successfully work together. We are at the forefront of innovative technology, leading major multi-partner projects to create and develop exciting new processes, products and services that can lead to major breakthroughs and be of huge benefit to organisations. These projects have seen us impact a wide range of sectors including automotive, aerospace and defence, digital, construction, energy and utilities, finance, food and drink, healthcare, IT, pharmaceutical and rail. We have collaborated with government sponsored bodies, the NHS, innovative SMEs and global corporations such as Airbus, Arup, AstraZeneca, Auto Insulations Limited, BAE Systems, Bladon Jets (UK) Ltd, Bosch Ltd, Buehler, Drayson Racing Technologies LLP, GlaxoSmithKline, Jaguar Land Rover, Lloyds Banking Group, Network Rail, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Simpact Limited, Tata Motors, Tata Steel and TVS Motor Company to name but a few. Education We are a leading centre for world class management studies, offering unrivalled innovative postgraduate and professional education programmes that meet business and industry needs and attract high calibre students and executives. We provide more than just hours in the classroom; our strong links with industry enable our students to understand in detail what will be expected of them when working in a global economy. Professionals from a wide range of sectors recognise that our unique combination of experience and academic excellence will elevate their career to a higher level. In the last academic year we awarded over 900 Master s degrees and around 400 professional awards. go.warwick.ac.uk 5

6 WMG Master s Programme WMG Master s Programme Our integrated and flexible portfolio of Master s courses are designed to develop skills in management and leadership for those with a technical background or wishing to work within technology-led industries. The academic programme is both challenging and rewarding. Innovative teaching methods are employed to ensure students engage practically with their studies and are well equipped on graduation to apply this to real work scenarios. The MSc programme is structured so that each student takes a combination of ten taught modules, completes ten post module assignments and executes a major research project. The way the course is structured was different to anything I had experienced before. For each module, we had three days of intensive study, followed by two days spent investigating the practical application of the subject through group work and simulations. After that, rather than sit an exam, we had a few weeks to work on our post-module assignments. This was one of the best things about the course for me. Rather that just learning to answer questions in an exam paper, you explore the subject in depth and get under its skin. In this way, you gain a much broader and deeper understanding of everything you study. Modules Modules consist of nominally 40 hours directed tuition usually delivered in an intensive, full-immersion one week block. A variety of innovative teaching methods are used to maximise learning and ensure students are well equipped to apply their knowledge in the work place on completion of the course. Core modules are compulsory and relate specifically to the course you have chosen to study. A combination of key business and management modules are common across our MSc programme and complement modules specific to each course (see course pages 8-31 for details and page 34 for comparison). Elective modules are chosen from the full list on pages to supplement Core Modules.* These allow students the flexibility to tailor the programme in line with their specific interests. Up to two non-assessed modules can be taken in addition to your ten assessed modules. * MSc Programme Structure NOVEMBER - 1 OCTOBER > > > - > Project Each student has to undertake a major individual research project. This accounts for 50% of the overall credit and is submitted in the form of a dissertation of approximately 20,000 words. An oral examination is held upon completion. Near the start of the course you will be provided with a list of projects relevant to your degree course. However, we can also usually accommodate supervision of projects proposed by students specifically focused on their individual career paths or aspirations. The project must fulfil the academic requirements of the course. All projects are supervised by a WMG member of staff or associate and many relate closely to research developments in industry or research at WMG. Work on your project runs concurrently with your module work. You are expected to devote an appropriate portion of your time and intellectual effort to the project during the year i.e. approximately 900 hours or six to nine months study Oral exam > > AUGUST - Elective module Core module Project JUNE - - -SEPTEMBER * Subject to availability 6 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmg

7 Learning Style The taught component of the programme is a blend of formal lectures, seminars, syndicate work, practical exercises and case studies to encourage teamwork and practical grounding of the material. E-learning and forum activities are widely used to complement these activities. Modules are usually taught in an intensive one week block allowing you to be fully immersed in each subject area. Tutors are highly qualified and are supported by external speakers working at the forefront of their specialisation. Assessment There are no written examinations. Performance is assessed on completion of each module by a post module assignment. This is typically a further 40 to 60 hours of work and consolidates your learning. Some modules will also include an in-module individual or group assessment. Industrial visits Alongside the academic programme, WMG offers a series of industrial visits to locally based national and international companies. Guest speakers from industry and government are also regularly welcomed and students have the opportunity to attend lectures and seminars from distinguished researchers. Recent industrial visits have been made to Rolls-Royce, JLR, Pedigree Masterfoods, TNT Logistics, CEVA Logistics, E.ON, BMW, Evesham Technology, Severn Trent Water and Caterpillar to name but a few. Entry Requirements Admission to the MSc Programmes requires at least a British second class honours degree or overseas equivalent. Most programmes require a business, engineering, IT or scientific background but candidates from other disciplines may also be considered please see the key facts section on each page for details. Work experience is beneficial but not essential. English Language Requirements Non-native speakers of English must satisfy the English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 * PTE (Pearson) 62 * Three years of UG study in an English speaking country * minimum element scores apply please see website for details Course Duration 12 months duration Start date 5th October 2015 How to Apply Applications are made online at: wmgmasters/entry A 35 application fee is payable. The following supporting documents are required: Statement of Purpose Academic transcripts and certificates Two academic references English language qualification Tuition Fees ( ) UK and EU fee payers 11,500 Overseas fee payers 21,280 Scholarships WMG will be awarding up to 500,000 worth of Scholarships and Bursaries for October 2015 intake. Early Acceptance Scheme (EAS) For committed students, the EAS offers a fee reduction of 1,000 on receipt of a deposit. For up-to-date scholarship information visit: go.warwick.ac.uk/ wmgmasters/finance WMG Master s Programme go.warwick.ac.uk/wmg 7

8 MSc Cyber Security and (CSM) MSc Cyber Security and (CSM) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent, usually in Computer Science or Information Technology or a course with a significant component of either. Applicants with a strong interest in the field but without the academic background will be considered through interview. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 8 Security Architectures and Network Defence Cryptosystems and Data Protection Information Risk and Governance Industrial Espionage and Counterfeiting Digital Forensics, Evidence and Intelligence Including 3 management modules from: Globalisation and Outsourcing Financial Analysis and Leadership Organisations, People and Performance Elective modules: x 2 Two to be chosen from the full module list on pages Applications: wmgmasters/entry Contact: Cyber security increasingly pervades every part of global business and modern society. This course is designed for students wishing to develop a career as a cyber security professional, or to take a leading technical or managerial role in an organisation critically dependent upon data and information communication. Our Cyber Security modules cover the key technologies required to defend and protect organisational information infrastructures from threats and attacks, as well as important topics relating to the strategic deployment of information security within enterprises. These modules include elements which teach the relevance of security technologies to an enterprise risk management strategy and the economic drivers and considerations which should impact any procurement and risk-based decisions. The course will provide An advanced understanding of managing cyber security within the enterprise. You will be taught the techniques and technologies used in enterprise security architectures and cover key areas of information risk management and network defence. During the course you will learn how to lead and conduct a digital investigation and how to protect a network against attack by deploying the key techniques used by adversaries to infiltrate and hack networks and computer systems. The programme boasts extensive support from industry and around 15-20% of each module is delivered by experts currently working in the forefront of their specialisation. Guest lectures come from a wide range of companies including HP, Mozilla, IBM, Kaspersky, Nettitude, Telefonica to name but a few. Students will also be prepared in the broad skills required in the broad skills required for effective management and leadership excellence. Project Students will have the opportunity to pursue projects in collaboration with industry in areas spanning both cyber security technologies and management issues, including risk management, security policy, enterprise security cultures, intrusion detection, security architectures, cloud exploitation and procurement strategies, data forensics, privacy, social media and security testing. After you graduate Graduates can expect to go on to work within corporate information; security and technology teams, consultancies, digital investigation, government information-security departments, management tracks in information critical organisations and cyber security related research. 8 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/csm

9 One reason I chose to study at WMG is because the course combines key cyber security technical concepts with management subjects including leadership and financial analysis. Through this, I felt I would be able to build the broad range of skills that today s employers are looking for. During my studies I had the opportunity to present and publish a research paper entitled Cyber Security of a Wireless Vehicle at the Kaspersky Academy Cyber Security for the Next Generation Conference (European Round). One of the best conferences in the world! Sabarathinam Chockalingam, India. CSM Graduate Security Researcher for an independent innovation and technology company MSc Cyber Security and (CSM) Core Modules Security Architectures and Network Defence The first Cyber Security module begins by introducing the domain and the course fundamental concepts relating to cyber security. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the underlying security infrastructure and in particular the protocols required in setting up a system where secure transactions (financial or communicational) are required. The syllabus explores a number of fundamental issues such as malware, attacks, the threat ecosystem, phishing, pharming and data theft, as well as some advances network defence systems and protocols relating to firewalls and intrusion detection systems. Cryptosystems and Data Protection This module focuses on the technology and concepts behind data protection and in particular the numerous cryptosystems and protocols that allow us to keep communications private. We also focus on the use of encryption technology to provide authorisation and access control systems. Throughout the module we disentangle often complex protocols to begin to understand how they work. The module will enable you to develop a broad understanding of data-centric protection, data-leakage threats and vulnerabilities and key prevention and detection technologies. Information Risk and Governance This module will develop your ability to establish and maintain an information risk management framework in order to guarantee that security and assurance strategies are aligned with business objectives and are consistent with legal and regulatory obligations. A strong focus will be put on business continuity and resilience - there is an emphasis on the practical nature of this process and the issues facing managers. Industrial Espionage and Counterfeiting This module examines the motivations for industrial espionage and the various methods of attack on the physical security of an organisation, its electronic infrastructures, and its staff and suppliers. Students will learn to analyse and mitigate potential attacks through industrial espionage; will develop an understanding of counterfeiting attacks and design countermeasures; and will carry out risk management processes in both industrial espionage and counterfeiting. Digital Forensics, Evidence and Intelligence Cyber-Crime affects all walks of life and transcends personal, social and business domains. This module investigates the Course techniques currently used for the purpose of data retrieval, evidence preparation, crime scene management and intelligence extraction where the source of the data is a digital storage system, a network system or any other connected system. It will give an overview of national and international digital forensic investigation infrastructures and put legal procedures into context. During the module you will look at real case studies and conduct a digital investigation on a complex investigative scenario. Plus three out of the following management modules: Globalisation and Outsourcing Financial Analysis and Leadership Organisations, People and Performance go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/csm 9

10 MSc Engineering Business (EBM) MSc Engineering Business (EBM) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent in Engineering, Business, IT or a Science related discipline. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 8 Financial Analysis and Strategic Marketing* Organisations People and Performance* Logistics and Operations Project Planning, and Control Operations Strategy for Industry Product Design and Development Quality, Reliability and Maintenance Manufacturing Technology** Elective modules: x 2 Two to be chosen from the full module list on pages Applications: wmgmasters/entry Contact: The MSc in Engineering Business is designed for those who want to become managers and leaders in technology-based businesses. This course is suitable for graduates from a wide range of scientific, engineering and business backgrounds. The programme focuses on the key value adding activities of: market, product and process development; operations, logistics and supply chain management; and core and emerging competitive technology. The focus on value creation for technology based organisations is a key differentiator of the course. The course will provide A broad education in management and business with the analytical tools and techniques to improve internal and external operations as well as an understanding of the processes and technologies used by engineering businesses. You will develop skills in the research, analysis and evaluation of complex business problems and gain a methodical approach to problem solving and decision making. Project The project is worth 50% of the final grade and supports you in developing your personal research skills. This should cover the broad area of Engineering Business and can be related to the management of companies in a wide range of different industrial sectors. Various aspects of business management can be addressed such as operations, financial, human resource, supply chain or strategic management issues. After you graduate Graduates can expect to be employed as leaders of business development, manufacturing, quality assurance, human resources or customer service in a wide variety of manufacturing or service organisations, particularly where technology plays a significant part in business success. Some recent graduates have gone on to work in British Waterways (Customer Operations Manager), Airbus (Project Controller), Pemex (Trade Analyst), Alliance Consulting (Analyst), BMW (Engineering Project Manager), Mercedes-Benz (Head of Assembly), British Energy (Senior Procurement Manager), National Grid (Investment Strategy Engineer), Corus (Business Analyst), Schneider Electric (Product Marketing Engineer), Deloitte (Technology Analyst), and IBM (Supply Chain Consultant). 10 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/ebm

11 Ellen Chang, Taiwan EBM Graduate Engineering Project Manager, Product Design. Quanta Computer I was really surprised by the international atmosphere at Warwick: there were people from right across the world living, working and studying together. To me, this is a big part of the Warwick learning experience. You get the opportunity to discover different cultures, discuss things with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and make lots of new friends. It opens your mind and you are exposed to many new ideas and viewpoints. This in itself is fascinating and also extremely useful once you leave the university, go out into the world of global business and have to collaborate with colleagues around the world. During my year at Warwick I was President of the Taiwanese Society, we organised events for students from across the world, giving them the chance to learn about Taiwanese culture. We also formed new partnerships with Taiwanese societies from other universities including Oxford and Cambridge. Through this, and my work as a Student Representative for my course, I was given the Warwick Global Advantage Award 2011, which made me very proud! MSc Engineering Business (EBM) Core Modules Financial Analysis and This module provides an understanding of the main accounting statements together with an awareness of basic accounting principles, terminology and techniques which will enable you to interpret financial reports and information. An introduction to management accounting practices as an aid to effective operational financial planning and control is also included. Strategic Marketing* This module introduces the marketing concept as a philosophy of business management and considers the techniques and strategies available to the marketing practitioner. Key areas covered include the marketing environment; strategic planning; managing the marketing mix; market types; research and analysis; the impact of IT and e-business on marketing; international marketing. Organisations, People and Performance* This module will provide a knowledge and understanding of the importance of strategic management of the people in organisations and how this relates to the wider business strategy. It is based on the premise that people are the most important resource in organisations and translate other resources into added value. It explores all elements of successful and effective people management practice. Logistics and Operations Logistics is recognised as a key function in meeting market requirements quickly, flexibly and without incurring punitive inventory costs. This involves the management of external companies supplying materials or services to the company as well as the management of operations internally. This module provides an introduction to the fundamentals of logistics and operations management. Project Planning, and Control This module provides an understanding of the principles, philosophies and methods of project management. It establishes an appreciation of, and an ability to apply, current tools and techniques for project planning and control, including the selection and management of project teams. Operations Strategy for Industry The existence of a properly formulated and explicit strategy is essential to the development and success of the business. This module will present a variety of frameworks, methods and examples of how operations strategy can be formulated and implemented in manufacturing and related industries. You will learn how to select appropriate practices for implementing operations strategy in different environments. Product Design and Development Innovation and introduction of new products to the market is one of the fundamental processes in industry. Through this module you will gain an understanding of the integrated approach to the management of product development concentrating on the processes of product design, development, and introduction from the ideas and concept stage to delivery. Quality, Reliability and Maintenance This course treats quality, reliability and maintenance as integral parts of manufacturing, showing how philosophies, systems, employee involvement, techniques and technology should all contribute to improving quality and reducing costs. Manufacturing Technology** Manufacturing technology is of paramount importance as no manufacturing industry can exist without it. Modern manufacturing technology encompasses a diverse range of disciplines and their interaction including computer aided design and manufacture, materials, processes and manufacturing automation. * Only one of these courses needs to be chosen ** For students with a non-engineering background go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/ebm 11

12 MSc e-business (e-bm) MSc e-business (e-bm) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent in IT, Engineering, Business, or a Science related discipline Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 7 Creating Profitable e-business e-customer Relationship Global e-business Finance for e-business Information Systems Supply Chain Integration e-commerce Elective modules: x 3 Three to be chosen from the full module list on pages Applications: wmgmasters/entry Contact: Our MSc in e-business has been designed for those who wish to operate effectively in the e-business environment and to manage or lead either the transformation of existing business processes or creation of new e-business activity. This course is suitable for graduates from a whole range of science, engineering and business backgrounds as well as those with a qualification in IT. The course will provide The techniques to manage the strategic development of e-business based organisations and appropriate enabling e-business technologies. You will learn how to evaluate, manage and improve the operational functions of an organisation and apply the concepts of systems integration to the design and development of products and services through market analysis. The programme focuses not only on online businesses, but also very much on the online activities and communications across more traditional organisations. Online engagement is a defining feature of today s business environment and as such is an essential element for most businesses, governments and institutions. Project This should normally be related to management or technology-related issues in companies involved in e-business and e-commerce. Recent projects have covered areas such as: Investigation of virtual communities for competitive advantage Measuring success for business websites Technical computing projects/ systems design The impact of mass-customisation in the on-line environment Comparison of effectiveness of online advertising to traditional media ERP implementation in SMEs After you graduate Graduates can be expected to be employed in information technology and software related companies or enterprises with existing or developing online e-business initiatives, across a wide range of sectors. Graduates will also often go into IT and e-business consultancy roles, both self-employed and in large consultancy groups. Some recent graduates have gone on to work in PWC (Business Analyst), SAP China (Consultant), Mars (Global Application Specialist), KPMG (Audit Assistant), HP Company (Business Information Manager), RBS (IT Consultant), and IBM (Quality Assurance Lead). 12 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/e2bm

13 The practical element of the programme is worth emphasizing. For example in the module Creating a Profitable ebusiness we analysed the website of an actual business that wasn t performing too well. As a team, we looked at its good points, its bad points and how it could be optimised effectively. Our aim was to maximise its performance without increasing costs. MSc e-business (e-bm) At WMG you have time to explore the subject in-depth and understand how the lessons can be put into practice in real business situations. Di Li, China e-bm Graduate Currently studying towards a PhD at Warwick on Business Process Modelling and Optimization Core Modules Creating Profitable e-business Current concepts concerning the market positioning of new e-businesses are introduced and students learn to apply a focused model to the creation of profitable e-businesses. Key stages covered include e-business concept creation and evaluation; designing a competitive and compelling customer value proposition; exploring models for capability delivery; investigating key issues in implementing e-business opportunities. e-customer Relationship This module includes the factors of relationship marketing, direct marketing and database marketing that are required to target, acquire and retain customers in the context of traditional CRM and e-crm. Global e-business In this module you will critically examine the processes and organisational structures that enable future manufacturing and service enterprises to win business, deliver systems, products or services and maintain relationships in the radically more complex global business landscape. Finance for e-business This module will provide a broad understanding of finance for e-business including the control of business resources, financial metrics, reporting, security and the valuation of businesses. You will gain an appreciation of the implications of managing shareholder and stakeholder values and of the stages of development businesses follow from incorporation to flotation, insolvency and other forms of exit. Information Systems This module provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an IT manager by exploring the three key areas of technical, organisational and information management, including system and network management, software management, people management, financial management and data and risk management. Supply Chain Integration Understanding the appropriate use of supply chain integration is a vital ingredient in corporate success, where effective exploitation of supply chain collaborative principles and computerbased systems for managing internal and external logistics have introduced new opportunities and threats. This module covers a range of topics including supply chain models, planning and control, integration syndicate exercises, operations management tools, e-procurement, customer-supplier relationships and collaborative product design. e-commerce Online transactions are completed in their millions every day selling over the Internet has become a major sales channel for business and multi-channel marketing is a key focus for many retail businesses. Transactions are at the heart of e-commerce and this module examines the specific technologies and processes that enable them. go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/e2bm 13

14 MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IAE) MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IAE) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent in a variety of disciplines. Applicants should be able to demonstrate their entrepreneurial flair in their Statement of Purpose. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 7 Business Model Generation Financial Analysis and Establishing a New Business Innovation Leadership of Change Sales and Sales Elective modules: x 3 Three to be chosen from the full module list on pages Applications: wmgmasters/entry Contact: New business success typically requires a rare combination of innovation, technical skills and entrepreneurial drive and know-how. Too often start-up companies fail because, while their founders may have a brilliant idea, they lack the business experience required to create an effective business model. This course focuses on the exploitation of innovation, applied to technology and business knowledge, to increase the chances of success for new product or service based businesses. The course will provide The knowledge to apply best practice approaches onto new business proposals to maximize their chances of success. This practically oriented course covers the process from generating new business ideas, developing and refining them, designing the infrastructure and launching the business. You will use the latest methods and technologies to support these processes and will have extensive opportunity to both develop and practice skills for making appropriate judgments regarding the choices in your business development. Project The project is worth 50% of the final MSc grade, and supports you in developing research and analytical skills. For this MSc programme the project is devoted to developing your business idea in a rigorous manner so that by the end of the course you will be in a suitable position to launch your business. The project will be run in accordance to a New Product Development Plan developed with a range of industrial partners and tested with real new product business ideas. Learning Style The taught component of the course is a mixture of traditional lectured material, syndicate/group work, large scale delivery, practical work, online learning and forum activities. Module leaders are experts in their fields and are supported by external speakers working in organisations at the forefront of their fields. Each module will usually last one week (40 hours) and will be assessed though post module assignments and some in-module work After you graduate Graduates from the Innovation and Entrepreneurship course would be expected to start their own business. However, the skills gained will also be extremely valuable for a wide variety of existing businesses, especially where there is a wish to move into new product and service areas. 14 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/iae

15 It s exciting to be getting my new venture Growing Pie off the ground. Every day is different and filled with new challenges. I m constantly having to develop new skills. But what I learned during my time at Warwick has definitely made a huge difference. The course covers so many areas in just 12 months, and they re all directly relevant to the real work you have to do when you re starting a new business. Anais Salson, France IAE Graduate Founder of Growing Pie, a collaborative platform that helps students find internships around the world MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IAE) Core Modules Business Model Generation The Business Model focuses on developing the operational processes of a new business in a systems orientated manner. This module will describe, demonstrate and practice the use of Business Models and Business Model tools in creating, describing and analysing new business proposals. It will allow students to understand the key operational aspects of a new business and the relationships between them and compare their model with that of possible competitors. Financial Analysis and This module provides an understanding of the main accounting statements, together with an awareness of basic accounting principles, terminology and techniques which will enable you to interpret financial reports and information. An introduction to management accounting practices as an aid to effective operational financial planning and control is also included. Establishing a New Business This module explores the personal motivators and implementation issues in setting up a new business as well as options on the types of businesses, and the resulting legal requirements and operational regulations that may apply and how these impact on the operational structure of the business. It will cover topics relating to the financial, marketing, intellectual property rights and employment issues relevant to setting up and running an innovative technologybased company. Innovation This module will enable you to develop new skills and knowledge about innovation that will enhance your ability to contribute to the long term competitiveness of businesses. You will learn to use and create new tools to support innovation in all areas of business. You will develop an understanding of how behaviour within an organisation promotes or stifles creativity, and understand the relationship between innovation and competitive performance. Leadership You will learn how leaders develop, facilitate and manage the achievement of the mission and vision via a clear stakeholder focused strategy, supported by relevant policies, objectives, targets and plans ensuring that the organisation s management system is developed and implemented. of Change Organisations today operate in a rapidly changing business environment that demands ever higher standards of operation, business efficiency and customer service. This module is designed to give participants an understanding of change and the reasons for it. We look at strategic models and tools and measures, as well as giving the hands-on experience of managing change and dealing with the consequences of change within a simulated business environment. Sales and Sales Selling is a technique which is quite different from that of marketing and business development. It is an essential element of trading. Students need to understand the theory and then be able to skilfully apply the methods and techniques to create orders for the products or services provided by their business. Students likely to be undertaking any customer facing business activity, face to face negotiations or raising capital, will benefit greatly from this module. go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/iae 15

16 MSc International Technology (INT) MSc International Technology (INT) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent in a variety of disciplines. A good level of numeracy is required. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 8 Collaborative Product Development Financial Analysis and Global Business Environment International Joint Ventures Organisations, People and Performance Product Design and Development Supply Chain Integration Technology Elective modules: x 2 Two to be chosen from the full module list on pages Applications: wmgmasters/entry Our MSc in International Technology is designed for those wishing to take a leading role in managing innovation and technological change in an international environment. It provides an interdisciplinary perspective on the key issues facing global organisations and is suitable for those from a wider range of educational backgrounds and work experience. The course will provide The knowledge to manage the development, acquisition and operation of technology in a global competitive environment. You will develop the skills to generate solutions through product and process development and learn about e-business technologies and the strategic aspects of design management. This course is designed to produce well-trained analytical thinkers who are equipped to tackle the intellectual and practical challenges of managing innovation and technological change to enhance competitiveness. Project The project will relate to the management of technology or technical functions in an international context. Some examples of previous project areas include: Business process outsourcing The effects of globalisation on the UK automotive industry Learning and knowledge in managing technology International trade regulation and manufacturing The real costs and risks of global sourcing: A comparison of India and China After you graduate Successful completion of this course can lead to employment as managers and leaders in a wide variety of key functions within manufacturing or service organisations, particularly where technology plays a significant part in business success. Having developed a strong understanding of how technology can best be exploited to contribute to global success, students will be especially suited to roles in companies which operate internationally. With further experience, graduates of this course would expect to attain a key executive role and be responsible for leading strategy and policy. They will have the skills and knowledge necessary to benchmark organisational performance against world best-in-class and the ability to drive corporate transformation and improvement in a global context. Contact: 16 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/int

17 Each module was fascinating in its own right and I liked the way the programme brought technical and business subjects together into one unified whole. It taught me that to gain a competitive advantage in today s international environment, companies need to continually focus on their ability to innovate and apply new technologies across both their products and operating processes. For me, the best thing about the programme was that it focused on the application of ideas on a global business scale. As I discovered after I left Warwick, this means that you can apply what you have learned quickly once you re in the real world of industry. I would definitely say that my MSc has helped me immensely in my career not only in terms of gaining my positions at Ansell and Unilever, but being able to quickly make an impact on the business too. Pimpanan Khantaprab, Thailand INT Graduate Technology Innovation and Quality Engineer, Unilever MSc International Technology (INT) Core Modules Collaborative Product Development This module is based on the imperative of Product to Market as quickly and effectively as possible to maximise market penetration. The strategic business issues of product development are considered in relation to companies globally collaborating with e-commerce technologies as a Course competence. Financial Analysis and This module provides an understanding of the main accounting statements together with an awareness of basic accounting principles, terminology and techniques which will enable you to interpret financial reports and information. An introduction to management accounting practices as an aid to effective operational financial planning and control is also included. Global Business Environment This module has been designed for students with no prior knowledge of economics and seeks to explain the workings of the domestic and international economic systems and examine key aspects of the economic environment which affect the business climate. You will explore how globalization impacts business and how businesses can formulate and act in response using concepts, models and frameworks that can be applied to increase the probability of success for organisations. International Joint Ventures Gain an understanding of the reasons why joint ventures and other collaborative associations now form an increasingly important part of business and commercial activity. The module will provide an overview of the practical, cultural, legal and financial aspects of joint ventures which can be critical in ensuring successful project implementation. Organisations, People and Performance This module is intended to provide a knowledge and understanding of the importance of strategic management of the people in organisations and how this relates to the wider business strategy. It is based on the premise that people are the most important resource in the organisation and translate other resources into added value. It explores all elements of successful and effective people management practice. Product Design and Development Innovation and introduction of new products to the market is one of the fundamental processes in industry. Through this module you will gain an understanding of the integrated approach to the management of product development concentrating on the processes of product design, development, and introduction from the ideas and concept stage to delivery. Supply Chain Integration You will gain an understanding of supply chain integration requirements for the effective coordination of customers and suppliers, and be able to identify the management approaches, planning systems, cultural requirements, relationships and IT support needed for effective supply chain integration. Technology This module generates an appreciation of the role of technology in the business and shows how technological change through capture, development, integration and even divestment can be used to raise performance. go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/int 17

18 MSc International Trade, Strategy and Operations (ITSO) MSc International Trade, Strategy and Operations (ITSO) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent in variety of disciplines. A good level of numeracy is important. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 6 Financial Analysis and Financial Strategy International Joint Ventures Legal Aspects of Global Business Transportation Techniques and Strategic Marketing Elective modules: x 4 Four to be chosen from the full module list on pages Applications: wmgmasters/entry Contact: The MSc in International Trade is designed to deliver a thorough knowledge and understanding of the management and operational requirements necessary to trade successfully in international markets. The programme is heavily focused on the application of theory into practice and how the skills developed throughout your studies will be used to best advantage in a professional environment. The course will provide A comprehensive overview of how international companies operate. You will develop a broad set of skills which will enable your involvement in the whole business process from initial engagement with a new market right through to the delivery of a product or service. You will develop the capability to identifying business opportunities, formulate strategic options and define business winning propositions, as well as learning to manage, lead change and improve operational and supply chain processes within international businesses. The programme will benefit a wide range of participants and will support the professional development of those already engaged in International trade as well those who are looking to develop a career in this area. International trade is relevant across all industry sectors including manufacturing, engineering and automotive businesses; retail and wholesale enterprises; financial services and other service sector organisations. Project The project is worth 50% of the final grade and supports you in developing your personal research skills as well as enabling you to focus on the aspect of particular interest for your career path. The project should relate to one or more of the following aspects of trading in an international context: International sales and marketing Transport, logistics, supply chain and customs compliance Financial management Legal aspects of international trade Business management and trade strategy Operations and service management 18 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/itso

19 After you graduate This programme will prepare graduates to take on a senior role within a company that trades internationally. The breadth of the programme enables students to gain a clear overview of all the elements of international trade whilst giving the opportunity to also focus or specialise on a particular aspect of interest to the individual. The programme opens up a wide range of career options including: transportation and logistics; customs and the legal aspects of international business; business development relationship management and negotiation; implementation of strategy. The onus on the practical application of theory means graduates will be in the advantageous position of being able to take on a useful professional role right from the outset, thus maximizing employment prospects. The Institute of Export and International Trade is proud to be working with WMG, University of Warwick on this Master s degree. It is proving to be an exciting new development in moving towards a truly global marketplace. Lesley Batchelor OBE Director General IOE International Trade MSc International Trade, Strategy and Operations (ITSO) Core Modules Financial Analysis and This module provides an understanding of the main accounting statements together with an awareness of basic accounting principles, terminology and techniques which will enable you to interpret financial reports and information. An introduction to management accounting practices as an aid to effective operational financial planning and control is also included. Financial Strategy Following on from FACS, the Financial Strategy module focuses on development of a long term financial strategy. The module covers financial evaluation, including assessing risk and return, and looks at sources of funding for long term projects and the implications of this for long term strategic decisions. International Joint Ventures This module will give you an understanding of the reasons why joint ventures and other collaborative associations now form an increasingly important part of business and commercial activity. It provides an overview of the practical, cultural, legal and financial aspects of joint ventures which can be critical in ensuring successful project implementation. Legal Aspects of Global Business This module examines the structure of law in the context of global systems. It provides an introduction to the legal system and the legal status of a company and looks at types of business entity and the legal implications of carrying on a business. It also covers legal principles relating to e-business, particularly in B2B and reviews the basic distinctions between legal systems. Obligations, intellectual property, customs and excise, employment, health and safety and the environment are also covered. Transportation Techniques and You will develop an understanding of the core techniques used in freight transportation in the areas of road transport, rail-freight, airfreight and water borne freight. The course will examine the increasing use of intermodal transport and IT, as well as the theory behind route planning and distribution optimisation. The course discusses the effects of the various transport modes on the environment and the latest research in sustainable distribution. Strategic Marketing This module introduces the marketing concept as a philosophy of business management and considers the techniques and strategies available to the marketing practitioner. Key areas covered include the marketing environment; strategic planning; managing the marketing mix; market types; research and analysis; the impact of IT and e-business on marketing; international marketing. Plus four out of the following electives: Problem Solving with Statistics LEAN Principles and Application Logistics and Operations Project Planning, and Control Procurement and Inventory Reputation and Relationship Service Design and Delivery Supply Chain Leading Change Operations Strategy for Industry go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/itso 19

20 MSc for Business Excellence (MBE) MSc for Business Excellence (MBE) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours degree or overseas equivalent in a variety of disciplines including Business, Engineering, Science, Economics. Good level of numeracy required. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules assessed by: post module assignments (3,000 4,000 words each) in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project assessed by: 20,000 word dissertation oral examination Core modules: x 8 Financial Analysis and Knowledge-based Asset Robust Decision Making Creating Business Excellence Leadership and Excellence Process Improvement using Six Sigma Product Excellence using Six Sigma Organisations, People and Performance Elective modules: x 2 Two to be chosen from the full module list on pages for Business Excellence is an innovative MSc degree course designed for those who want to become leaders and managers of organisations. It is suitable for high achievers who want to be challenged in the way they think about business management and problems. The framework for the degree is the European Excellence Model that was created to help organisations develop towards achievement of sustainable excellence. The course will provide A detailed understanding of the philosophies, strategies, processes and techniques that enable change and the management of excellence in an organisation. You will develop key management skills, including robust decision-making, customer focused product and process development, asset and resource management, and improvement methods including six-sigma. The MBE course places significant emphasis on self-assessment and critical examination of one s own performance in a safe learning environment. Students are encouraged to reflect on their learning journey through regular blogging. The MBE-specific modules use a teambased problem solving approach to learning to enable students to generate credible, practical solutions to real-world problems, thereby developing students critical autonomy and deep learning. Project The project should relate to the development of excellence within organisations, industries or sectors or the development of an individual s capability that would support progress towards organisational excellence. Recent dissertation titles have included: Leading out of complacency: Transforming complacent organisations Total stakeholding: Leading stakeholder networks to sustainable success An investigation for improving a SMEs competitiveness: Managing environmental knowledge A framework for organizational learning application Mexican SMEs development through sustainable responsible innovation Supplier development practice in Indonesia Improving employee engagement through business excellence Developing a tool to audit organisational learning from six sigma projects Applications: wmgmasters/entry Contact: 20 go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/mbe

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