Edinburgh Napier University / Southpoint Education International

MSc Business Management (General)

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Edinburgh Napier University (ENU) holds the prestigious No. 1 ranking in the UK for value-added education (The Guardian). It has also been awarded the highest possible rating of 5 stars for Teaching, Employability, and Internationalisation by the QS World University Rankings 2024. Since 2012, Southpoint Education International has been the exclusive regional recruitment representative of the university. All degrees are exclusively awarded by Edinburgh Napier University.

The University offers industry-informed courses that expertly balance theory and practice, ensuring graduates are well-equipped for success in today’s competitive global job market. ENU has a renowned international reputation for the employability of its graduates.

Further enhancing its prestige, the Edinburgh Napier University Business School has achieved AACSB accreditation, placing it among the top 5% of Business Schools worldwide.


Focus on the behaviour of people at work by placing an emphasis on understanding the vital importance of managing change and culture.

Gain a critical understanding of the key theoretical models affecting how strategy and innovation are developed in organisations.

Gain an understanding of a number of key activities operating within and out with a business organisation

Course Information

ENU’s MBM (MSc Business Management) programmes are accredited and internationally recognised. All assessments are assignments which are case study based taken from the comfort of your home. Throughout the entire course you will be supported by ENU professors, this course can be completed in a minimum of 18 months and a maximum of 4 years.

MSc Business Management (General) consists of 5 core modules and 2 compulsory modules.

The core modules you will complete are as followed:

Organisational Change and Management
Leadership, Strategy and Innovation
Creating Business Excellence and Marketing
Business Economics and Finance in a Global Environment
Research Methods
The compulsory modules you will complete are:

Managing Innovation
Contemporary Issues in Strategic Management
All modules hold the weight of 20 credits. Along with a dissertation worth 40 credits.

Managing Innovation Module

The module content can be divided into two main components. Firstly, a discussion of key concepts and why innovation management is crucial in most organisations. Secondly, an examination of the leading practical theory related to innovation management, in particular, this will include an in depth discussion of a conceptual model of innovation management. This model will outline the main contextual elements (e.g. innovation strategy, organisation structure, etc.) that affect the process of innovation management and also the process itself. This examination and discussion of innovation management will utilise materials (e.g. examples, cases, etc.) dealing with different kinds of innovation (e.g. product, service, internal systems and procedures, etc.) in a variety of organisations.

Contemporary Issues in Strategic Management Module

All organisations devise and implement strategies to succeed and achieve their goals. By studying this module you will be able to understand why organisations succeed or fail and what strategic actions they might take to improve their performance. Strategic decision makers have to cope with an increasingly competitive environment in the wake of the financial crisis. They are confronted by sluggish economic growth in Europe & USA and more rapid growth in Emerging Markets. New multinational companies from the emerging economies are now challenging those from the advanced economies and, as globalisation continues to support trade and investment flows, gaining competitive advantage becomes more difficult.

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