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Management MSc top-up: Links with business and industry

How Kingston Business School works with professional bodies

Kingston Business School works closely with the business world's principal professional bodies to ensure the education we provide meets the needs of today's practitioners. Our qualifications demonstrate that students can put theory into practice, and so hold real value for leaders in industry and society.

Kingston Business School is a Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Approved Centre.

We enjoy recognition or accreditation from:

  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development;
  • Association of MBAs;
  • Chartered Institute of Marketing;
  • Market Research Society;
  • Institute of Direct Marketing;
  • The Law Society; and
  • various accounting professional bodies (partial).

We also offer courses in partnership with both private and public sector specialists such as the Institute of Internal Communication and the National School of Government.

Linking with the workplace

You can tailor your studies to link directly to your workplace through your MSc dissertation, which requires a substantial piece of independent work investigating a real business issue and resulting in recommendations which have immediately applicable managerial implications.

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Accreditation

This programme is recognised by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) as an approved management qualification.

Kingston Business School AACSB accredited

AACSBKingston Business School joins an elite group of the top 5 per cent of institutions worldwide awarded the prestigious AACSB accreditation.

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