Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Business Management

Business,Marketing and Management Studies

What will I learn?
Degrees in business and management are among the most popular among students. Fortunately, universities have sought to match demand with plenty of courses.
These degrees focus on how organizations operate - what they do, their styles of management and their business strategies. Marketing degrees look more closely at understanding consumer behavior – from understanding the psychology of advertising, to developing a grasp of how the economic climate impacts particular sectors.
There is a diverse range of courses, each with a different emphasis or specialism. For example, some courses will lean more towards commerce or retail, while others will focus on tourism or international business. The common threads of any business degree, however, tend to be looking at finance, marketing and human resource management.
Some business courses will have a more defined vocational element to them, so you'll be working in a team to create a company and market a product before you've finished looking at your reading list. Other courses will make work placements a compulsory part of the degree. Most universities will boast of having good links with business, which means visiting lecturers and the chance to build contacts.
Big business is no longer just about making money and ruthless takeovers, however. Companies are trying to improve their ethical and environmental standing, so expect to see relevant course modules popping up in the prospectus.
What skills will I gain?
As well as an understanding of how things work in business and management, by the time you graduate you should be able to demonstrate an understanding of markets, finance, managing people, operations, information systems, policy and strategy.

You probably won't be afraid of standing up in front of the class to present your ideas or argue your point around the negotiating table.
With group work a key part of many courses, you will have built up your teamwork and leadership skills, and be able to demonstrate your ability to consider all things related to establishing your own business and marketing a product.
You should also have an understanding of the ethical implications of business operations. If your work focuses on retail, you should be able to debate issues surrounding fair trade, for example.
A key part of managing others is the ability to relate to them and understand their needs, all skills you should be developing during your degree.
What job can I get?
A popular subject among students will inevitably mean tougher competition for jobs. And because it's not as specialist a field as architecture or medicine, say, you may find yourself up against graduates with history or economics degrees who decide in their final year that they want a career in business.
That said, the nature of your business courses and the practical experience that you've gained will mean you are well placed to get a job in the City or in one of the top companies that recruit graduates for their annual programmes. These graduate schemes should give you a good general grounding in business and the chance to focus on a particular area, such as human resources, or finance or marketing.

What will look good on the CV?
· Evidence of effective problem-solving and decision-making.
· Self-awareness and sensitivity in relation to business and management issues.
· The ability to address issues at international level.

Monday, 14 December 2015

Distance learning

 Benefits of Distance            Learning
Studying by distance learning has the benefit of allowing you to develop your career without having to leave employment. It also means that you can apply new knowledge and insights to your working life while you are still studying, with many students choosing to tackle work-related topics in their dissertations.
Distance learning isn't just about career progression. It can also be to deepen your knowledge of a favorite’s subject or simply for the pure enjoyment of learning.
Distance learning is a flexible way to study as you are able to choose when and where you study - from home, in the office, or anywhere in the world! There are no timetabled classes to attend which means you can fit studying for a qualification around your other commitments.
Supported study
Self-study is central to any distance learning course. However, should you need it, support is always available from your tutors at the University. You will, of course, have access to the Library’s special service for distance learning students and to internet and database services, as well as to Blackboard - our virtual learning environment.
Our experience
Throughout your course you will benefit from studying with a university that has more than 25 years of experience in this type of learning. Distance learning is a core part of what we do at the University of Leicester and our courses are flexible and of the highest quality, as well as being focused on you and your needs.

A qualification from the University of Leicester is career-changing. It can be the springboard to promotion with your current employer, the platform from which to launch a new career or simply a way to become more effective in your current role. Choosing to study for a degree gives a clear signal to employers that you are committed to developing your skills and knowledge.

And of course, studying for a degree at the University of Leicester is a rewarding and enriching experience that brings about significant personal development.

Thursday, 10 December 2015


             Executive MBA from Delhi School of Management 

Delhi School of Management:

(DSM) was established in 2009 with Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) acquiring a University status, being officially renamed as Delhi Technological University (DTU) through a legislature passed by the Delhi State Assembly.
 DSM envisages at developing distinctive future managers, keeping up with the tradition of DCE (and now DTU) by providing excellent world class education. DSM was established with a vision of inculcating a penchant for innovation, research, and experimentation in the aspiring managers. DSM aims at extending the seven-decade long legacy of DCE by incubating and developing techno-managers, who are adept at identifying pertinent and critical business problems and apply their technical skills and competencies in solving those issues.
 In order to train its students to face the challenges of an information and knowledge driven work environment, DSM provides them with the Triple E: Education, Experience and Exposure. DSM strives to inculcate in its students the managerial competence through specialized knowledge and skills, while simultaneously empowering their minds through quality teaching, consultancy, and other professional services in order to fulfill its role of a vibrant and model institution capable of imparting quality education in the area of Management Studies. DSM envisions at developing a knowledge society by providing equitable access to the masses and broadening the span of their participation in the areas of higher education.
 The USP of DSM’s MBA program is its dual specialization. First two semesters focus on developing a strong foundation and right attitude by teaching general subjects of Management. Next two semesters provide the choice of one specialization each from the Technical and Functional area of Management.
In the Nielsen Survey for India Today’s Best Colleges—one of the most respected ranking for India’s premier institutions—released on July 8, 2011, DTU scored 7th Position among the top 10 including the IITs. The MDRA Survey for Outlook’s Best Engineering Colleges for 2011 also ranked DTU at number 8 in the Top 10 Government Colleges. In the Outlook Survey, DTU has also been placed 3rd in the list of "Top 10 Engineering Colleges in Placement", 7th in "Top 10 Engineering Colleges in Selection Process". DTU also earned the 5th Rank for "Top 10 Engineering Colleges In Personality Development & Industry Interface", and 7th rank for "Top 10 Engineering Colleges In Infrastructure & Facilities".