Mini-MBA™ at Earlscliffe
Earlscliffe | Ages 15 – 17
This programme is for students looking for an inspirational, ambitious and relevant course which gives them the perfect introduction to the exciting and productive world of business management and administration.
Our experienced and dedicated academic staff introduce the essentials of business management on this intensive two week course.
This course is ideal for committed students looking for a very different kind of summer course, who want to boost their CV and university application by completing this rigorous and challenging programme.
Also, for students considering studying business, finance, management, economics or accounting at A-level, IB or undergraduate level, the Mini-MBA™ provides an intensive and comprehensive introduction. Some work is completed out of class.
Mini-MBA™ students are integrated in the afternoon programme with students on our other Earlscliffe summer courses and the normal sports, cultural activities and excursion programme is offered, including a special visit to the Bank of England Museum.
The Mini-MBA™ is ideal for students considering studying business, finance, management, economics or accounting at A-level, IB, or undergraduate level. The Mini-MBA™ provides an intensive and comprehensive introduction to the world of business. Students will study key subject areas including an Introduction to Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Accounting, and Strategy.
Our students will undertake a variety of project work, debates, and presentations. Students will develop the skills, vocabulary, knowledge, confidence and technique to analyse business issues, prepare projects, research company case studies, and give presentations.
This unit forms the core of the course and provides students with the skills, vocabulary, knowledge, confidence and technique to analyse business issues, prepare projects, research company case studies and give presentations. It also includes sections on business ethics.
This unit aims to provide an introduction to basic accounting knowledge for the financial statement analysis.
This unit will include the concept of both “traditional” and social entrepreneurship and will also examine digital business opportunities and models.
We will look at the tradition of organisational development and how this has affected modern day leadership and management in business organisations. This also includes how companies are contributing to global sustainability and how organisations are implementing policies in equality, diversity and inclusion in the ever-evolving workspace.
This unit will involve a mixture of lectures, discussions and short case studies for analysis in class to give you an insight into some of the issues and tools used in marketing for the 21st century, especially in the digital space.
Modules are given for example purposes and are subject to change.