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How long does it take?

The Masters is a twelve-month programme, beginning in November.

How easy is it to combine the Masters with full time employment?

The programme is specifically designed to fit around busy working lives, with a total of eight days of workshops in Central London, plus an induction day at Solent University (currently taking place remotely). 

You will need to devote a considerable amount of time to reading, critical analysis of issues, research, preparation of assignments and participation in on-line discussion boards. The theory into practice approach and focus on your current workplace in assessments means that that you can achieve a level of integration between work and study.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is via coursework rather than exams, and includes assignments, a management report, and assessment of on-line discussion of key topics. All assessments focus on current workplace issues.

What is the entry criteria?

You will need either a postgraduate qualification in management and business, OR a degree or professional qualification plus significant internal communication experience, OR substantial relevant experience plus evidence of achievement. See the IoIC website for further details including the application process. 

How much does it cost?

The fee to study for the Masters in Internal Communication Management is £6,000 + VAT.

What does the fee include?

The cost of the programme includes all London based workshops, access to Solent University’s online library and virtual learning environment, ongoing support from the course team, supervision of management reports, one year of IoIC membership and graduation at Solent University (there will be some additional costs for graduation gowns and additional tickets to the graduation ceremony).

How do I apply?

Applications for the 2021 intake of the Masters are open until the end of October 2021. Request the application form today or email [email protected] for more information. 

 

 

 

 

 
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