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Take the lead on your future, with an MSc in Management from Bayes Business School (formerly Cass). Recent graduate Deepsheka and alumnus George share their experience of the master's degree and how it has helped pave the way for their career.


Who is it for?

Choose this programme if you’re looking to take your first step into management or are in the early stages of your career as a manager or entrepreneur. Our MSc in Management prepares you for all the challenges of fast-moving global business.

You’ll already be curious about the broad spread of management topics and have some of the skills you’ll need to succeed, and you’ll have the equivalent of a UK upper second degree. And you’re ready to connect with the senior managers and business leaders from global firms based close by and fellow students from around the world, to create lasting professional networks.

Step into our classroom and discover the style of teaching on our management master's degree with Professor Daniel Beunza.

Alumni management student Deepsheka
I studied my MSc in Management at Bayes and lived my dream life amidst beautiful monuments, in the dream city of London! Studying at Bayes is a great way to experience the City, learn from leading experts and enjoy the benefits of a global international student community. You will extend your network worldwide and gain new friends living on the other side of the globe (thanks to the core groups for course works), learning a lot from them in the process.

- Deepsheka Ganesan


In our Master’s in Management, with its MBA-style curriculum, you’ll learn how to analyse complex strategic and operational management issues within an international context and develop the flexibility required by roles from operations to strategy.

Improve your strategic thinking, decision-making, team-leadership, and the other hard and soft skills that managers and entrepreneurs need to succeed. Build a deep understanding of the challenges and prospects for all industry sectors, types and sizes of organisations around the world, including large multinationals, SMEs, family businesses and start-ups.

With opportunities to take electives from across our master’s programmes, including at Bayes sister institutions around the world, and in out-of-classroom live business settings, you can design a course to meet your particular interests and professional goals.

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What will you learn

On the Management MSc course, you will:

  • Acquire a comprehensive grasp of the principles and applications of management
  • Develop your range of hard and soft skills as a manager and entrepreneur
  • Develop your understanding of a wide range of management issues that affect all industry sectors as well as different type of organisations from big multinationals, SMEs, family businesses and small start ups
  • Network with your peers and senior managers from industry
  • Gain a highly valuable international, perspective on the challenges of management in every size of business
  • Acquire a flexibility suitable for a wide range of roles in global management, from operations to strategy.

Induction weeks

All of our MSc courses start with two compulsory induction weeks which include relevant refresher courses, an introduction to the careers services and the annual careers fair.

Assessment methods


We review all our courses regularly to keep them up-to-date on issues of both theory and practice.

To satisfy the requirements of the degree course students must complete:

  • eight core courses (15 credits each)

and either

  • Business Research Project (30 credit)
  • plus three electives (10 credits each).


  • Business Research Project (40 credit)
  • plus two electives (20 credits each).

Assessment of modules on the MSc in Management, in most cases, is by means of coursework and unseen examination.

Coursework may consist of standard essays, individual and group presentations, group reports, classwork, unseen tests and problem sets. Please note that any group work may include an element of peer assessment.

The course commences in September with a Foundations of Management workshop which prepares students with some of the concepts necessary to complete the course, and includes careers and professional skills development workshops.

Term dates

Term dates 2023/24

  • Induction: 11th September 2023 - 22nd September 2023
  • Term one: 25th September 2023 - 8th December 2023
  • Term one exams: 8th January 2024 - 19th January 2024
  • Term two: 22nd January 2024 - 5th April 2024
  • Term two exams: 22nd April 2024 - 3rd May 2024
  • Term three - international electives: 6th May 2024 - 17th May 2024
  • Term three: 20th May 2024 - 5th July 2024
  • Term three exams: 8th July 2024 - 19th July 2024
  • Resits: 12th August 2024 - 23rd August 2024
  • Additional resit week - tests only: 26th August 2024 - 30th August 2024.


Course timetables are normally available from July and can be accessed from our timetabling pages. These pages also provide timetables for the current academic year, though this information should be viewed as indicative and details may vary from year to year.

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Please note that all academic timetables are subject to change.

Teaching staff

Course Director

Daniel Beunza

Professor Daniel Beunza

Associate Professor of Management

The teaching staff on the MSc in Management have many years of practical experience working in industry and are also active researchers in their fields

This knowledge and experience inform the highly interactive lectures that make up the MSc in Management.

Module Leaders include:


How to apply

Apply for MSc Management

Documents required for decision-making

  • Transcript/interim transcript
  • Grading system used by your university
  • Current module list if still studying
  • CV
  • Personal statement - this should be 500-600 words in length and answer the following:
    • Why have you selected this course? What are your motivating factors?
    • What are your areas of interest within the course?
    • What contributions do you feel you can make to the course?
    • How do you see the course affecting your career plans?

Documents also required (may follow at later date)

  • English language test result if applicable
  • GMAT result if applicable
  • Two references, one of which MUST be an academic reference
  • For a successful application to receive an unconditional status, all award documents must be verified, and should be provided to the relevant Admissions Officer via one of the methods stated in your offer.

Please note the GMAT is not compulsory for MSc Management, but it is highly recommended and may be requested as a condition of your offer if you are accepted.

We cannot comment on individual eligibility before you apply and we can only process your application once it is fully complete, with all requested information received.

Individual Appointments

If you would like to arrange an individual appointment to discuss the application process and be given a tour of the facilities, please complete this form.

Please note - these are subject to availability.

Terms and conditions

Students applying to study at Bayes Business School are subject to City, University of London's terms and conditions.

Entry requirements

  • A UK upper second class degree or above, or the equivalent from an overseas institution.
  • Previous study of business, management or finance is not required

Please note that this programme is designed for recent graduates with limited work experience. If you have in excess of three years of full-time experience, you should consider the MBA programme.


  • Applicants selected by the Admissions Panel may be invited to an online interview. We will contact all selected applicants with full instructions after the Admissions Panel has made an initial assessment of your application.
  • We strongly advise you to provide us with your own personal email address when applying to avoid missing interview deadlines and any important information sent from the Admissions Team.


  • GMAT is not required for application, but may be requested as a condition of offer at the discretion of the Admissions Panel.

English language requirements

If you have been studying in the UK for the last three years it is unlikely that you will have to take an English language test.

If you have studied in the UK at degree level for less than three years (e.g. 3+1, 2+1, 2+2, etc.) you will be required to provide the results of an approved English language test and possibly resit the test to meet our academic entry requirements.

Full list of approved English language tests/qualifications and minimum requirements.


UK/EU/International £28,800 Tuition fees are subject to annual change

Fees in each subsequent year of study (where applicable) will be subject to an annual increase of 2%. We will confirm any change to the annual tuition fee to you in writing prior to you commencing each subsequent year of study (where applicable).

Deposit: £2,000 (usually paid within 1 month of receiving offer and non-refundable unless conditions of offer are not met)

First installment: Half fees less deposit (payable during on-line registration which should be completed at least 5 days before the start of induction period)
Second installment: Half fees (paid in January following start of course)

Information about Scholarships

Career pathways

Your master’s in management is your next step to becoming a successful business leader. Our alumni are now working as managers and project managers in private enterprise and the public sector, and as management consultants and business analysts for accountancy firms and financial and professional services companies.

You’ll be supported on your way by our careers team and benefit from the connections we offer with business and industry.

Class profile

Graduates from the MSc in Management programme secure postistions in companies including:

  • Associate Consultant – Technology – Accenture
  • Schedule Analyst - Strategy - Easyjet
  • Associate Consultant - Transaction Strategy & Execution - EY Parthenon
  • Trainee Manager - Commercial - Frasers Group
  • Analyst - Management Consulting - KPMG
  • Trainee Investment Manager - Front Office - LGT Vestra
  • Digital Audit Graduate – Assurance – PwC
  • Off-Cycle Analyst – Global Capital Markets – Morgan Stanley
  • Assistant Statistician (Fast Stream) - Government Statistical Service – Civil Service
  • Customer Success Manager – Commercial – Adyen

Previous graduates have gone on to work in financial services, consulting, business services and information technology across the UK, the EU, Asia and America.

(Data provided from alumni who completed the annual destination data survey for 2020/21 and 2019/20).

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Course information and statistics (2022/23 cohort)

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The MSc Management is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) under their Masters in Business Management (MBM) accreditation scheme.