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The Master in Management (MiM) is a high-level postgraduate degree intended for recent graduates or working professionals who choose to advance to a senior leadership role. It is a less rigorous program and is a more innovative alternative to MBA. The program provides all of the knowledge and understanding of management including business analytics, marketing, consulting, and communication. Many MiM programs also include classes on personality development.

These prepare students to think critically, analyse situations and conflicts and communicate effectively in their management careers. In addition, theory teaches students how decision-makers and team players can affect their company and how success is achieved by the use of well-defined interpersonal abilities. In simple terms, these programs provide students with the opportunity to learn the strong academic and practical foundations needed to succeed in their management careers. Masters of Management studies are offered by various business schools and colleges under different titles and specialties.


Study Levels

The Master in Management can be studied both as a program for the arts and science discipline. Students with a Bachelor's Degree in business or economics are eligible for the Master of Science in Management program. The M.Sc. program is more receptive to detailed scientific knowledge and has the potential to become more research-oriented.

The Master of Arts in Management, on the other hand, is designed for those who have a bachelor's degree in a field other than business or economics and focuses on business fundamentals and general management:

Master of Arts (M.A) in Management
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Management
Doctor of Philosophy (P.hD.)
Postgraduate Diploma/Certificate (PGDip/PGCert)


Aside from the core modules, students can choose a specialisation based on their preferences, future ambitions, and career objectives. Most business schools offer a diverse range of specialisation options in this field. They do, however, have their own format and names for such comprehensive courses.

Throwing Caps

Students can choose to specialize in areas like:

Human Resources
International Business and Strategy

Strategic Management
International Management
Business Management
Management and Strategy



A Masters Degree in management, combined with relevant experience and skills, can lead to a career in management and administration.


    A MIM degree prepares graduates for a variety of roles across different industries:

    Leadership Roles: Graduates with Masters in Management may hold leadership roles in a variety of sectors ranging from retail to communications. The knowledge and skills gained through the completion of this program can help students become Presidents, CEO's and Department or Team Directors of an organisation. This degree is especially useful for students with a strong entrepreneurial mindset.

    Managerial Roles: Strong managers are needed in a variety of industries, and those with a Master's in Management are well suited for these positions. Depending on the field, job titles can include:
    Human Resources Manager
    Advertising Manager
    Public Relations Manager
    General Operations Manager
    Sales Manager
    Training and Development Manager.


    Supervisory Roles: A Master's in Management will support those who want to take on supervisory roles by teaching them how to anticipate and handle interpersonal disputes, consistently develop the team's effectiveness, and lead ethical decision-making.
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