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 provides participants with the necessary skills and understanding of what a successful bid entails.
This short course explores current strategic issues facing managers in international hospitality, tourism and event operations.
This course has been developed in association with Harvard Business School and is closely based on their Microeconomics of Competitiveness module.
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 short course is designed to build participants' awareness of their entrepreneurial potential and assess the viability of an innovative project.
This short course focuses on firm internationalisation and the key issues that affect marketing decisions in an international and global context.
This course covers a range of concepts, issues and practices that are relevant to the study of global marketing.
This short course explores organisational innovation from an operational or practice perspective as a key aspect of business development.
This short course aims to enable participants to acquire an understanding of organisations and the behaviour which occurs within them.
This course provides an advanced understanding of how marketing can be managed from both practical and theoretical perspectives.
This short course aims to develop a knowledge and understanding of the niche tourism provision within the tourism industry globally.
This course focuses on strategy and particularly on innovation and business development using innovative business modelling techniques.
This course aims to develop knowledge and understanding of the key issues in the development and operations of a visitor attraction.