Learn more with our business short courses
Ulster University Business School offers a number of short-courses for post-graduate study and CPD.
Ulster University Business School offers a range of short-courses enabling you to learn more. A number of our courses are taught over three or four days, in a number of areas including management, hospitality and tourism, marketing and entrepreneurship for postgraduate study and continuing professional development.
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Our full range of short courses
Ulster University Business School offer a range of short courses taught over a 12 week semester, enabling you to learn more in a subject area of your choice. A full listings of all available short courses are shown below.
This course aims to critically evaluate, develop and apply business practice and commercial awareness in the marketing of pharmaceutical services.
This course focuses on the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship in the wider context of business sustainability and the triple bottom line.
This course provides knowledge to enhance understanding of fundamental principles and key aspects of law and contractual procedures.
This course provides participants with the opportunity to develop an in-depth knowledge of the key elements of construction procurement.
The aim of this course is to equip participants with the ability to address and critique issues that are of relevance to both tourism and hospitality.
This course critically examines the wider environment in which event organisers must plan and manage their event.
This course focuses on developing the knowledge, skills, behaviours and awareness which can facilitate effective leadership of clusters and networks.
This course supports participants to deliver richer and more productive consumer experiences through digital marketing platforms.
This course is highly interactive and is targeted at SME owners/managers keen to explore how to develop the marketing potential of their enterprises.
This course introduces participants to the events industry, the event planning process and the complexities involved in organising events.
This course aims to provide participants with an introduction to the financial issues and techniques involved in managerial decision-making.
This course introduces participants to the subject of management, organisational structures and strategy.
This course covers a range of concepts, issues and practices that are relevant to the study of global marketing.
This course requires participants to explore and assess the range of factors which drive regional, national and international competitiveness.
This course aims to enable participants to acquire an understanding of organisations and the behaviour which occurs within them.
The aim of this course is to provide learners with a comprehensive framework of knowledge concerning the management and leadership of people.
This course provides an advanced understanding of how marketing can be managed from both practical and theoretical perspectives.
This course is designed to allow participants to master the twin tracks of managing a construction project and leading a business organisation.
This course introduces the concepts of project management, examines the recognised practices involved in the project management function.
This course focuses on strategy and particularly on innovation and business development using innovative business modelling techniques.
This course provides participants with the necessary base of the key principles of tourism and hospitality.