Programme Brief

 

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A specialised MSc that examines the impact of change management strategies in an organisational setting.

What does an organisation want to achieve? How does it go about achieving it? These are the fundamental questions at the heart of strategic planning. This MSc will help you answer them.

In a world of rapid change, organisations that can identify the need for change, design the changes needed and implement these more effectively and efficiently than others are more likely to survive and prosper. Designed for senior managers holding substantive positions in organisations - this programme will help you develop a strategic understanding beyond your functional speciality.

You’ll study four key elements: strategic planning; making strategies work; project management and strategic risk management. Ideally suited to those already engaged in issues of organisational structure, the MSc will deepen your understanding of the pressures faced by management and the organisation as a whole.

There are two tuition intakes per year for all courses:

  •           January - May
  •           July - November

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REGISTRATION DATES FOR THE JULY 2017 SEMESTER:

  • June 5th - July 1st, 2017

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MASTERS INFORMATION SESSIONS 2017

  • Champs Fleurs: Saturday, May 20th, 2017 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • San Fernando: Saturday, May, 27th, 2017 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

Why choose the EBS Heriot Watt University MBA or Msc. Degree?

 

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  • Champs Fleurs, Port of Spain, San Fernando, Trincity

A recognised first or second class honours degree, or equivalent professional qualification.

For those who don’t, entry can still be gained by passing three MSc courses and two other core courses.

*Please note for the MSc in Strategic Planning your first degree must be in a business discipline to matriculate with Heriot-Watt University.

Please furnish us with the following items when registering for the Heriot Watt MSc. Strategic Planning programme:

  1. National ID OR Trinidad & Tobago Passport + Marriage Certificate (if applicable).
  2. One (1) passport size photograph.
  3. All relevant qualifications e.g. Degrees, professional certificates, transcripts or ACCA membership status documents.

Note:  All documents mentioned above must be presented in their original state along with copies.

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Registration Documents:

Masters PT Tuition Schedule:

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 Note:

  1. You may be required to use adobe to fill the EBS Programme Entry Form
  2. Your form/s can be downloaded, completed, saved and emailed to us at cecgroup@sbcs.edu.tt

Feel free to contact us via :

Phone: 663-7227 ext 1072 -1080

Enquiry form sendemail

 

Email: cec@sbcs.edu.tt for more details.

Programme Content

Passes are required in five core and four elective courses.

Our MSC STRATEGIC PLANNING PROPOSED ORDER SEQUENCE will assist with course selection.

 

Exemptions/Credit Transfers

Exemptions from specific core courses may be granted to holders of recognized academic or professional qualifications if they are of degree level and if they have been obtained by examination. You cannot be granted exemption from an elective course.

Eligibility for exemption is based on academic achievement only, not on work experience! You are advised not to purchase a course until you have applied for and received a response from Edinburgh Business School on your exemption.
If your application is unsuccessful, the exemption fee will be used to cover your exam fee in the respective course and you should contact your SBCS Student Advisor to purchase your course.

Additional Information – Registration as a Heriot-Watt University MBA/MSc Student ensures that the student will automatically be registered as a matriculated part-time student at Heriot-Watt University, and as such will receive a matriculation card.

For further information on exemptions please see below link and student handbook:

 

 

 

Examinations

Examination sessions, known as diets, are held in all exam centres for all courses in June and December each year. Minor exam sessions are held in March and August in selected locations for selected courses. A full examination timetable is available on the EBS Student Services website.

Each exam is a 3 hour written exam per course. All questions are compulsory: you do not have a choice. Exam scripts are marked by EBS Faculty and are rigorously scrutinised by external examiners from other UK universities. You are permitted a maximum of two examination attempts for each core course. There is a fee of £140 for each exam you sit.

Exam Registration Deadlines

SBCS’s Deadlines

31 January for the March Diet
20 February for the June Diet
17 July for the August Diet
20 August for the December Diet

E.B.S’s Deadlines (Online Only)

7 February for the March Diet
1 March for the June Diet
24 July for the August Diet
1 September for the December Diet