The Kingston MBA program combine creativity, technology, and business, to prepare you for the
industries you’re so passionate about. The programme is designed where theory meets application.
The programme combines best international English taught sessions and professional insight into
individual business cases. The students get access to high quality British MBA education and Academics’
experience and enrich knowledge by integrated practical sessions. Participants benefit from our
curriculum. It covers all the core management subjects with practical inputs from the business which
to transpire with the real-world skills needed to thrive wherever you go. You can choose electives and
projects to suit your interests and professional aspirations. Our MBA programme is the gateway to a
Russia and beyond the borders.
Organisations and Management in a Global Context
This module introduces students to a systemic approach to identifying,
understanding and analysing macro, meso and micro issues, set within the
global context, which have significant implications for the successful management
of organisations and the people within them to produce appropriate detailed
recommendations for organisational implementation.
It introduces core theories and frameworks that guide systematic thinking
about aspects of economic, institutional, and cultural diversity across and
similarity between countries that matter in the context of managing a contemporary
Career and Leadership Journey
This course is designed to embark on a journey of personal and professional self-discovery
The module aims to prepare Senior Apprentices to meet Behavioral Standards for their End
Assessment (EPA). The module builds on the recommendations of joint research undertaken by
Chartered Association of Business Schools (ABS) and the Chartered Management Institute
Big Data and Business Analytics
The subject and teaching process will make the student realize and experiment how big data
collected and stored, before going on to explore how statistical inference, machine
mathematical modeling and data visualization are used in its analysis.
During the learning procedure the learner would be able to appreciate the challenges arising
as a result of the interaction between IT capability, business demands as well as
placed on adoption of data driven decision making within organizations. The value part is
student would be able to take data and transform into strategic assets and will be well
to influence the strategy and decision making of an organization.
Marketing Principles & Practice
This module introduces the concept of marketing at both a strategic and tactical level. This
introduce the student to marketing and explains core principles in the context of
business management practice and the changing business environment.
The course covers the strategies for influencing customer behavior throughout the customer
lifecycle. The students would be able to develop the skills to segment and target market
and develop positioning strategies.
The concept of Bright Ideas presentation which is a part of the module will help to work on,
analysis, STP, MARCOMS etc to feel real project through marketing mirror.
This subject helps to demonstrate a critical understanding of modern finance models &
theories and their
application in an organizational context.
Student will do this by reviewing and analyzing the position and performance of
organizations as revealed
in their financial statements and stock market indicators in the case of listed companies or
key performance indicators in the case of not for profit organizations. In addition learner
recent theoretical frameworks and empirical evidence concerning financial management issues
to be found
in the academic literature and then will work to make sense of these in a practical context.
The module introduces students to the innovative strategies and scope of Operations
within private and public sector operations in both service and manufacturing environments.
explores operations strategy, process and capacity issues, supply chain management and
The learner will be able to: conceptualize real world problems using analytical frameworks
operations theory; identify key factors and theories, critically analyze and evaluate the
practices of operations strategy in different contexts; solve operations problems within
environments; integrate evidence from a variety of sources to effect improvement in the
performance and advise within the workplace on operation functions and strategy in both
Enterprise and Innovation
The module focuses on the skills necessary for the planning, development and launch of
and innovative ventures. The aim of this module is to enable the entrepreneurial manager to
that make a difference to the world. It is done by the creation of a new venture start-up or
opportunities into innovative product development within an existing enterprise.
This course introduces students to the roles of corporations in society and their
accountability, accounting and
reporting issues in the context of sustainability and social justice.
The module provides a critical understanding of the concepts of business ethics, corporate
(CSR), and stakeholder management and enables students to analyze, evaluate, and formulate
business decisions in
the light of ethical and societal considerations. It will enable students to manage
organisations and their activities
in a socially responsible way through the ability to evaluate CSR practices as applied to
various business issues.
Our emphasis on sustainable, responsible and ethical business practices attracts a cross
section of up-and-coming
leaders who share a common business vision.
The module explores how an organization could develop widely supported and high quality
decisions in a manner that would
ensure its ability to succeed and remain sustainable. The course helps students to learn how
to translate a strategy into
action in organizations and engage with the challenges that the implementation of strategy
brings about in order to ensure
sustainable success in a rapidly changing environment.
The module will also contribute effectively to analysis to problems of risks inherent in
strategic decisions and recommend
appropriate options for organizational growth and sustainability within and across different
Management Consultancy Project
Management consultants provide advisory services to organizations (public, private and
not-for-profit) regarding management
problems, challenges and opportunities.
This subject introduces students to the nature and characteristics of the consulting
industry, major practice areas in consulting
and the value creation activities of management consultants.
As such it looks at the relevant business research and analysis instruments and processes of
sourcing and delivering consulting work.
The subject informs students about appropriate performance measures in different business
enterprises, and alerts students to the
responsibilities of professional and ethical consulting practices.
Change and Creativity
Top Management Teams and Corporate Governance
Winning and Retaining Customers
Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Development and Growth of Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Elective courses can be changed depending on the year and curriculum.
International Week in London. Internship at Kingston University at the end of 1st
year of study. Choice of 2 elective courses in accordance with the curriculum.
Study modules (5 days) each 1.5-2 months
Assignments, business simulation, final MBA consultancy project
Real business cases, presentations, working in groups and individual tasks
Company visits and guest lectures
LMS: digital resources and Kingston University library
International week in Moscow and London
Academic: Higher Education or recognized equivalent from a professional body
AGE: Age above 25 y. o.
Work experience: Managerial experience not less than 3 years
References: Two letters of reference from employers or from an employer
English proficiency: English language skills 6.5 IELTS
Motivation: Motivation letter (750- 1000 words maximum) within application form.
An updated CV
Interview with the Dean and Programme Director (Russia, the UK)
After receiving a candidate's application form, the first stage in our admissions
is to confirm that the candidate meets the criteria listed in the table above. So it is crucial for
to send us all the evidence and documents we require.
When we have determined that a candidate meets our criteria, we normally arrange an
with the Russian course director. This is either in a face-to-face meeting or by telephone.
After this step your application will be forwarded further and you will have interview
Academics from the UK. It can be a skype call or face- to -face interview.
Finally, you will receive the confirmation from Kingston University.
We will be in contact with you throughout the admissions process, after your initial
application, so you know what the next step is on the route to your MBA.
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MBA degree from Kingston University (Great Britain).
Diploma Master of Business Administration on additional to the higher education of the Russian
Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA).