Postgraduate taught courses in Management
The School of Management's taught postgraduate degrees cover a wide range of management-related disciplines.
Hear from new and recent alumni about their taught postgraduate student experience in the School.
Whether you are new to the subject or want a focused programme to extend your existing knowledge, there are innovative and stimulating Masters qualifications from St Andrews to suit your needs.
The School's guiding principle of 'responsible enterprise' underpins all of its Masters programmes. Students are encouraged to be critical thinkers and to reflect on their learning, to develop essential skills for addressing the changing demands of the organisations in which they will work. This adds value to their future career and makes them highly sought after by employers upon graduation.
Postgraduate Masters degrees are offered in the following areas:
- Banking and Finance MSc
- Finance and Management MSc
- Human Resource Management MLitt
- Information Technology with Management MSc
- International Business MLitt
- Management MLitt
- Marketing MLitt.
All of these programmes involve taught modules over the academic year, and require a final 15,000-word dissertation.
Find out about the range of postgraduate scholarships available at the University.
The School's Masters Extra (MX) programme is designed specifically for taught Masters students in the School of Management, and focuses on careers as well as personal and professional development. This series of talks, workshops, networking opportunities and activities includes guest lectures from leading academics and experienced managers. Participants who attend regularly can earn a Certificate in Career Development.
Students completing the School of Management's postgraduate Masters degrees may be eligible for professional accreditation from:
- The Chartered Banker Institute
- The Chartered Management Institute
- The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
The Careers Centre offers one-to-one advice to all students on a taught postgraduate course, and provides a programme of events to help students improve their employability skills.