|Nominal duration||1 year|
|Tuition fee||$12,750.00 per year
To celebrate the launch of the exciting new programs between Coventry University and Kadir Has University, we are launching scholarships for students starting one of the dual-award programs in Istanbul in September 2015. The scholarships are:
Merit Scholarship Scheme
The Kadir Has University and Coventry University Merit Scholarship Scheme offers:
25% off tuition fees based on final GPA score of 3.5 or above and an IELTS score equivalent of 6.5 or above.
If you are one of the first five Kadir Has University and Coventry University applicants who meet the conditions of your offer and pay your deposit in full (as stated on your offer letter), then you will receive a discount of $500 USD off your tuition fees.
All graduates from either Kadir Has University or Coventry University who apply directly to study a dual-award program as part of the Kadir Has University and Coventry University collaboration will automatically receive a 10% discount off their dual-award tuition fees.
Kadir Has and Coventry University Scholarship Terms and Conditions
Due to the high volume of applications only successful applicants will be notified
If after paying the tuition fee deposit you are denied an education visa by the Turkish Consulate in your country and can evidence it, you will be refunded the amount you have paid, minus $275 (US dollars) for administrative costs.
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
To apply for the program international students must:
To apply for the program Turkish students must:
-Your personal statement
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Turkish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take verified copies of the entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
To apply for the program international students must:
To apply for the program Turkish students must:
Demonstrate English proficiency with an overall IELTS score of 6.0 or its equivalent, in addition to a minimum score of 5.5 in each component (or equivalent).-Your personal stateme
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
An Academic reference
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
The international business environment is changing and a new and very different market reality is emerging. The students of today need to adopt flexible patterns of thinking and behaviour to succeed as the managers of tomorrow.
The Global Business MBA has been designed to explore in detail the nature and implications of these changes and provide students with the skills and mindsets that will allow them to operate effectively within, and lead, the organisations of the future.
MBA programs are delivered over three semesters starting in September.
The program consists of a combination of core management modules, specialist global business modules and an internship, dissertation, or project.
MBA Global Business Modules include:
Data Analysis and Business Statistics
Business Policy and Strategic Management
Managing/Leading Organisations Ethically
Critical Thinking and Business Communication
Global Human Resource Management Strategies
Managing International Trade
Corporate Social Responsibility
Organisation internship, consulting project or dissertation
Core Module: Data Analysis and Business Statistics
It is very important for managers to work with an extensive amount of data, analyse it using quantitative methods, and acquire insights to make good decisions in uncertain conditions. This module aims to provide you with the managerial skills to acquire and manipulate quantitative data.
The module is designed from a managerial perspective, and introduces you to quantitative methods that facilitate objective and rational managerial decision-making under uncertainty, as well as regression and forecasting techniques to help analyse data about past and current similar situations. The identified patterns are projected onto new situations to enable business decision-making and planning. Decision analysis helps identify the best course of action with these predictions about the consequences of different choices and their likelihood.
Core Module: Business Policy and Strategic Management
This module will introduce you to the principles of strategic management and policy in a dynamic business environment. Taking a view of how businesses operate in the real world, you will gain an understanding of formulating and implementing decisions that will help to determine the future direction of an organisation. You will be exposed to theories and practices of problem solving in strategic management and will develop rigorous analytical skills to help you work effectively in real-world situations.
Core Module: Marketing Management
Providing an introduction to strategic and tactical marketing, you will explore the concepts and tools of how to identify target markets, develop a value proposition and differentiate from competitors. Drawing on fundamental marketing principles combined with contemporary perspectives, you will be able to translate strategic marketing analysis into practical plans that can be implemented in a business environment.
Core Module: Financial Management
You will have the opportunity to learn about and practice the application of financial principles in business situations. A combination of case study analysis, discussion and problem-solving tasks will help you to understand the important function of finance managers. The module will cover: financial analysis and planning; managing working capital; estimating the cost of capital; evaluating capital budgeting projects; making dividend decisions; managing the capital structure; valuing financial assets and managing firm value.
Core Module: Managing/Leading Organisations Ethically
Organisations, whether physical or virtual, consist of ‘people’ or ‘human’ resources from a factor of production perspective. Effective management of organisations requires that managers, while getting things done through other people, have an understanding of their own workplace behaviours and those of their employees. This module is designed to introduce you to the area of organisational behaviour, which is a field of study that seeks to understand, explain, and improve human behaviour within the organisation. Most managers and organisations focus on improving job performance of the employees, whilst retaining their commitment to the organisation. The module aims to provide you with the core concepts, applications and theoretical foundations of behaviour in organisations to understand and explain human behaviour in the workplace.
Core Module: Critical Thinking and Business Communication
This module introduces you to the role of written and verbal communication as well as the skills required of an individual for effective communication in today’s business life. You will learn communication principles, methods and contextual strategies through assigned readings, case studies, situation analyses, activities and discussions. At the end of this module, you will be able to communicate your messages more precisely in a variety of business settings.
Mandatory Module: Global Human Resource Management Strategies
This module considers the political, economic and social factors that impact on international human resource management (HRM) and employee relations. Students will identify the human resource challenges and opportunities that face multinational organisations, such as how national and regional differences impact on the employment relationship. Students will evaluate international HRM strategies and policies in a range of operational areas including the integration of markets such as China and India.
Mandatory Module: Managing International Trade
This module aims to provide you with an introduction to the main issues in international trade, from an operational point of view. In addition to reviewing the main actors, regulations and institutions involved in it, and analysing world trade exchanges and characteristics, you will also have the opportunity to engage in the technical and operational aspects of international trade. The idea is to provide you with some of the necessary tools of export management, in order to enable you to make an immediate and valued contribution to the workplace on successful completion of your studies.
Mandatory Module: Corporate Social Responsibility
This module aims to provide an understanding of the concept of ‘corporate social responsibility’ (CSR) or ‘responsibility in business’ as well as its implications for business strategy. It provides you with theories, models and approaches that enable you to analyse contemporary business ethics and CSR issues. By looking into different case studies, students are encouraged to identify what organisations have done in order to respond to the ethical dilemmas as well as the tensions between conflicting business and social responsibilities.
Mandatory Module: Project Management
The unprecedented pace of change, which organisations have experienced over the last three decades, has transformed organisational structures, business processes, roles and responsibilities, distribution channels, and the use of IT. In most cases, this transformation has been achieved by treating the desired change as a project. Projects typically account for 50% of all work carried out across organisations. This module critically evaluates the growing importance of project management in today’s business environment.
Module: Organisation Internship, Consulting Project or Dissertation
This final module can be undertaken at Kadir Has University or Coventry University London Campus. Work experience can be undertaken in a variety of ways; an internship, an individual consultancy project or a group consulting project*.
As an alternative to completing an internship or consulting project, the dissertation forms a substantial part of the overall study leading to the MBA and is an opportunity for work experience related to the in-depth study of an organisation.
The dissertation should draw on the intellectual and analytical skills and knowledge developed during the Program. The module also provides an opportunity for you to develop your interest in a particular area related to your career aspirations and to demonstrate an ability to undertake individual research.
*Internships are subject to students meeting qualifying criteria.