Best Universities for Management studies
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 16th Sep & 8th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Blended learning is when teaching is delivered through a mix of face-to-face classes, lectures, seminars and/or labs, but also includes online delivery of a proportion of the teaching and learning activities. The exact mix will depend on the programme.
3 Management studies reviews at Glasgow Caledonian University
International Supply Chain Management, BA HonsBy member856824 On 23rd April 21 Verified student
MY COURSE ISNT ON YOUR LIST! MSC INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Finally a business school that teaches business skills! Not just a sociology department that focuses on private sector. Great teachers, especially in operations management and unbeatable masters price, half other courses and it had accreditation they don't!
International Supply Chain Management, BA HonsBy member1049887 On 14th July 20
Overall a good university, with welcoming staff, a modern but small campus (which makes it easy to navigate), a large library, and some good lecturers. Also, passing modules is not hard overall, as long as you show commitment (i.e. going to lectures) and put in minimal effort into your work. However, a good portion of the lecturers were passive, did not make an effort to captivate students and teach interesting content. Some of them had an annoying habit of not teaching you things properly, and then demanding you to present work to a high standard, as if students were actually minimally prepared to do so. Grades are around the same for mostly everyone, except for the 4 or 5 people that the lecturers love. The graduates office, although comprised of nice staff, fails to actually be useful, as I never saw a relevant internship or job opportunity being presented to me. The careers site does not contain any relevant internships or graduate jobs in my field of studies as well.
International Supply Chain Management, BA HonsBy member739817 On 20th June 19 Verified student
With the quality of teaching and other educational activities and resources I have been exposed to, gaining employment and being relevant to the society is achievable. The quality of education in Glasgow Caledonian University is "Top Notch", grooming me into a great leader and person. Studying Masters degree in International Operations and Supply Chain Management has exposed me to many frameworks, theories and models that can be used in resolving and managing logistics, operations and supply chain challenges for value creation for the business, the parties involved and the end users.