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Pre-Master's Programme

The Pre-Master’s Programme in Business, Marketing and Management, Accounting and Finance, Fashion, Hospitality and Tourism, and Energy is a two-term programme specifically designed to meet the needs of international students. 

Once you complete the programme and achieve the required grades (65% overall English and 50% overall Academic), you can enter your chosen postgraduate degree at the University.

The programme is modular in structure with academic subjects, study skills and English language training. Our expert teaching, small class sizes and supportive environment ensures you will gain the specialist skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your Master’s degree.

February intake 
MBA Global Business
MBA Global Financial Services
MBA International Marketing
MBA International Human Resource Management
MBA International Fashion Management
MBA Global Energy and Sustainability Management *
MBA Oil and Gas Management
MSc Global Finance *
MSc Global Financial Trading
MSc International Fashion Marketing
MSc International Hospitality and Tourism

* Subject to validation

October intake 
MBA Global Business
MBA Global Financial Services
MBA International Human Resource Management
MBA International Marketing
MBA Oil and Gas Management
Entry dates: October 2017

Term 1 02/10/2017 08/12/2017
Term 2 02/01/2018 16/03/2018

Entry dates: February 2018

Term 1 05/02/2018 16/03/2018
Term 2 03/04/2018 13/07/2018

Entry dates: October 2018

Term 1 01/10/2019 – 07/12/2019
Term 2 02/01/2019 – 15/03/2019

Entry dates: February 2019

Term 1 04/02/2019 – 15/03/2019
Term 2 01/04/2019 – 12/07/2019

Entry requirements

Modules

The modules you’ll be studying have been specially designed to fully prepare you for the challenges of postgraduate degrees at Coventry University London.

Academic English Skills

Academic English Skills aims to provide you with thorough training in the language and related academic skills which will enable you to best achieve your academic potential at University. These skills include the processes of academic writing, effective and extensive reading strategies, effective participation in seminars and delivery of presentations, and listening to and recording information effectively from lectures. You will also develop the accuracy and range of written and spoken language required to use language effectively and appropriately, with clarity and confidence in an academic context.

Economics and Financial Analysis

The module provides students with an introduction to economic theories and systems and considers principally the macroeconomic environment in which businesses and other organisations operate. In addition this module will give students a basic grounding in financial and management accounting. The module will progress from the understanding of the basic financial statements through to interpretation and critical analysis of these in relation to prevailing external economic circumstances.

Research and Quantitative Methods

The aim of this module is to further develop skills in the methods and techniques of research and the ability to write a substantive piece of academic work. Students will be introduced to a variety of sources relevant to their specialist subject area and will consider the application and limitation of techniques for understanding and interpreting qualitative and quantitative data. Although students will be introduced to the methods and techniques of empirical research, their project is likely to be based on secondary data sources.

The module will also cover common mathematical techniques for managerial decision-making which are used in many business environments. On completing this module students will be able to demonstrate the practical application of research and quantitative methods to solve a realistic business problem and present their findings effectively.

Strategic and Operations Management

Success depends on a combination of a strategic vision, operational efficiency, process orientation, and the willingness of leaders to make difficult decisions to implement and manage change. In this module students will develop an understanding of, and the ability to apply, analyse and evaluate strategic models. They will also then critically consider how the key principles of operations management help bring strategy to fruition.

Subject rankings at Coventry University

Coventry University is ranked 15th in the UK and has excellent subject rankings: it is ranked 5th in the UK for Economics, 11th for Business, Management and Marketing, and in the top 50 for Accounting and Finance in The Guardian University League Table 2017, so you can be confident in the quality of academic provision at the University.

Skills for success

When you study this course you will also benefit from our CareerAhead programme, designed to help improve your employability skills and prepare you for your career.  Learn more about CareerAhead.

Degree Progression

Degree Programmes Award Overall Grade English Grade
Global Business MBA 50% 65%
Global Energy and Sustainability Management MBA 50% 65%
Global Finance MSc 50% 65%
Global Financial Services MBA 50% 65%
Global Financial Trading MSc 50% 65%
International Fashion Management MBA 50% 65%
International Fashion Marketing MSc 50% 65%
International Hospitality and Tourism Management MSc 50% 65%
International Human Resources Management MBA 50% 65%
International Marketing MBA 50% 65%
Oil and Gas Management MBA 50% 65%