7 August 2021
This course introduces some of the main aspects of managing a business strategically in a global environment from a range of different perspectives, including social, political, technological, economic and global factors, in order to help managers of the future develop the capabilities to gain competitive advantage.
The course explores a range of management aspects including strategic thinking, people management and cultures, risk management, ethics and corporate social responsibility, globalisation, leadership and communications and marketing from both theoretical and practical perspectives enabling students to learn how they can be applied to real life scenarios.
Professor Abhinay Muthoo, Dean of Warwick in London and Professor of Economics, University of Warwick
Students aged 18+ at UG or PG level
You must check with the relevant office of your institution if you will be awarded credit, but many institutions will allow this. In general, you’ll earn 3 credits in the US system, and 7.5 ECTS in the European system. Warwick will provide any necessary supporting evidence to help evaluate the worth of the course.
GBP 2070: Tuition fee (includes a 10% early booking discount, social programme and guest lecture series)
We offer enhanced discounts for Warwick alumni, Warwick study abroad partners and group bookings of 5+ students