Learning and assessment
The programme of study will expose students to a range of different teaching, learning and assessment strategies required to achieve the learning outcomes.
- Lectures [both face to face and online]: to a group of students where information will be presented and discussed whilst informed by the core values
- Facilitated seminars and group discussion: where learning will be through the interpretation and critical application of information and group learning
- Tutorial where small group number of students reflect and discuss issues related to their learning
- Work-based learning: where learning is directed within the work environment and is reflected upon and then reported on
- Work-based learning: where skills are taught in relation to theory and best practice enabling students to advance their competent in their field of practice
- Use of Web based virtual learning environments, such as Canvas, to access information and to interact with other students undertaking group work or developing wikis
- Distance learning packages where clearly defined directed study and tasks are available for the student to undertake
- Directed reading: where set reading may be recommended
- Self-directed learning: Where student are expected to develop their own learning by identifying areas of interest and areas in which knowledge needs to be developed
- Undertaking a work based project or a research module which is shaped by the students own self-directed learning needs and the learning outcomes at MSc level
Student learning will be assessed against the learning outcomes and programme aims through the use of a range of different assessment techniques which may include one or more of the following approaches:
- Written essay
- A reflective case study
- The development of a reflective portfolio
- Completion of set number of competencies
- Seminar Presentation
- Written project report
- Completion of a Dissertation
University of Bradford School of Management awarded Times Higher Education Business School of the Year 2021
The Times Higher Education Awards recognise outstanding achievements in UK higher education. The School of Management was recognised for our focus on economic and social regeneration.
Our award citation states "During the pandemic, the school focused its initiatives on helping graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds navigate the disrupted jobs market and on providing support for local businesses dealing with crisis trading conditions...The judges commended Bradford’s “inspiring” support for students, alumni, schools and local businesses."
The School of Management was also named Business School of the Year 2020 by the Educate North Awards