Operations Management (Dual Award) (MSc)

Newcastle University the United Kingdom

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The award
MSc

How long you will study
17 months

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How you will study
full-time

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About Operations Management (Dual Award) at Newcastle University

This course is a unique dual award degree. It provides you with the opportunity to engage with the study of operations management. You will explore different business environments and cultural contexts.

You have the opportunity to study at Newcastle University and the University of Groningen. You study different cultural contexts and business environments. You will apply the knowledge and understanding that you develop to:

  • improve business performance
  • develop operations strategies
  • organise competitive advantages in technology-intensive industries

This will enhance your employability for operations management roles within international and multinational companies.

You will learn how to:

  • analyse operations functions in different countries
  • understand various institutional environments
  • develop a sharp eye for operations management within multinational enterprises

We arrange an industry visit each year and invite guest speakers from industry to share their experiences and insights with you.

The course will suit those looking to develop the necessary specialist knowledge and skills to pursue careers in:

  • operations management
  • technology management
  • supply chain management
  • general management
  • consulting

On successful completion of the course, you will receive two MSc degrees with the following awards:

  • Operations and Supply Chain Management MSc from Newcastle University
  • Technology Operations Management MSc from the University of Groningen

Your development

This course conceptualises real world problems using analytical frameworks drawn from operations theory. You will identify key factors and theories, critically analyse and evaluate the concepts and practices of operations strategy in different contexts.

Operations strategy is a key element of this course and you will solve operations problems within different business environments.

You will learn to integrate evidence from a variety of sources to effect improvement in the operations performance.

You will also gains skills that will help you advise within the workplace on operation functions and strategy in both national and international contexts.

Graduates from this course have undertaken various roles including:

  • Business Analyst
  • Offshore Bid Manager
  • Senior Consultant
  • Management Trainee Supply Chain

Study abroad

You will have the opportunity to study abroad at two highly respected and traditionally focused universities and live in two of Europe's friendliest cities.

You will experience two distinctive, but complementary approaches:

  • a focus on the academic theories underpinning your topic of study, University of Groningen
  • a strong emphasis on how to apply your understanding to solve current business issues, Newcastle University

You will develop skills to communicate and co-operate efficiently with people from different cultural backgrounds, harnessing the international experience of the course and the international cohort and staff teaching the modules.

Practitioner and research led teaching

Profiles of Newcastle University academic staff teaching on this course:

  • Dr Karen Elliot (Degree Programme Director)
  • Professor Christian Hicks
  • Dr Graeme Heron
  • Dr Ying Yang
  • Professor Jingxin Dong
  • Dr Ivan Weir
  • Dr David Lain
  • Dr Peter Edward

Delivery

The course is a modular, comprising:

  • 180 credits
  • full time over 17 months

Semester one is at Newcastle University Business School. Semester two is at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Groningen. Both universities teach the course in English, so you do not need knowledge of the Dutch language.

The joint dissertation involves undertaking a research project on a topic that you have studied during the course. Supervision for this is managed jointly across the institutions and you can elect to be based either at Groningen or Newcastle. You receive support and guidance from two supervisors

Study options for this course

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  • The awardMScHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study17 months
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Notes about fees for this course

See our course fees and funding webpage - http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/operations-management-dual-award-msc-msc/#fees&funding

Entry requirements

A 2:1 honours degree, or international equivalent, in a relevant discipline. 

International Students

To study this course you need to meet the following English Language requirements:

Direct Entry : IELTS 6.5 overall (with a minimum of 6.0 in all sub-skills)

Pre-sessional English Language courses are not accepted as an alternative entry to this course.

Our typical English Language requirements are listed as IELTS scores but we also accept a wide range of English Language tests.

The equivalent academic qualifications that we accept are listed on our country pages.

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