Pós-graduação em Gestão Internacional e Liderança
A nova Pós-graduação em Gestão Internacional e Liderança tem como objetivo auxiliar você a se transformar em um líder responsável, que define estratégias organizacionais levando em conta as agendas legislativa, ambiental e de governança.
- In an ever more complex and global socio-economic environment, organisations are calling for leadership knowledge and understanding that delivers sustainable advantage.
- The programme links you to professional practice and employers with a series of seminars and workshops with business leaders. Graduates of our MSc programmes go on to work for employers like Abn Amro, Siemens, Citigroup, China Chamber of International Commerce, Atkins, and Procter & Gamble.
- The University of Glasgow Business School is an accredited member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
- In the most recent independent review of research quality (RAE 2008), 85% of management research was classed as of international quality, with 10% being world leading.
All of the core and optional courses you take will emphasise the development leadership qualities. Our approach to leadership is that it is not simply a senior management role, but rather needs to be more widely dispersed throughout the organisational hierarchy.
- International strategic management
- Business finance
- The international business environment
- Managing across cultures
- Research methods
- Leading and managing people and organisations
- Organisations and society.
- Managing innovative change
- Influencing skills
- Learning and development
- Managing diversity in organisations
- Organisational misbehaviour
- Knowledge economy
- Managing in creative industries
- International negotiation and dispute resolution
- Leadership and problem solving.
- Research project.
There is a high demand for leaders who can act on their own initiative, take personal responsibility and adapt to changing circumstances. As a graduate of this programme, these are the kind of attributes we would expect you possess.
Recent graduates have gained executive and team leadership roles in areas like strategic management, business analysis and human resources. The international scope of this programme will give you an edge when applying for positions with international and multinational corporations.
A 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent, in business, commerce, economics, management or a joint degree with 30% of credits in the aforementioned. Applications may also be considered from those with degrees in sociology and/or psychology or in related subjects containing organisational behaviour, management psychology, the science of leadership and/or human resource development.
If your first language is not English, the University sets a minimum English Language proficiency level.
This programme is unusual in emphasising that leadership is not simply a senior management role, but rather needs to be more widely dispersed throughout the organisational hierarchy. Moreover the notion of leadership is emphasised and illustrated throughout the individual courses in the degree rather than just being covered in 1 or 2 standalone modules on leadership. The concept of leadership that is emphasised is one that is very context-based, rather than being a generic concept or set of skills applicable in all circumstances.
As a graduate of this programme, you will have a strong employability and marketability edge. The programme’s emphasis on leading change and innovation is complimented by teaching material that covers a number of functional areas of management.
Employers frequently tell us that they want graduates who can act on their own initiative, take personal responsibility, show leadership potential, and adapt to changing circumstances. This is why our programmes emphasise reflective learning, active participation and the development of interpretive, evaluative and problem-solving abilities. Our programmes provide benefits for employers while enhancing the career prospects of our graduates.
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