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Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration – University of Reading

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    With the Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration

Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration

All MPharm students starting their course from 2019 will benefit from lectures in business and leadership, run by the award-winning Henley Business School.

In the spring term of your third year, you'll be offered the chance to invest in an additional module followed by assessment, run by Henley Business School in the summer. Upon successful completion of this, you'll receive a Certificate in Business Administration.

"In this climate, the NHS needs a new generation of revolutionary leaders and people who can think outside the box. The Certificate in Business Administration provides this."

Kalid Odweyne

MPharm and Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration graduate

You will learn aspects of the following:

  • Respecting diversity

  • Team working

  • Leadership

  • Coaching 

  • Strategy

The final, optional module on financial management and accounting principles, covers financial accounting and statements, budgeting, financing, and business and management accounting.

This will run over the summer and is not part of the MPharm.

The Henley Business School is an international triple-accredited business school, giving you the knowledge you need to succeed in management within the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry.

Invaluable knowledge for your future career

This ground-breaking, innovative qualification aims to develop your knowledge and understanding in key areas of management, which you will find invaluable in any career path you follow.

how will you be taught?

For the modules taken as part of the MPharm, you will learn through lectures and will be signposted to support material via Blackboard. You will also need to reflect on this learning that will be linked to your professional and academic portfolio.

Find out more

To find out more, please email mpharmadmissions@reading.ac.uk.

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