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Published: 15 March 2021

A week in the life of a Surrey Business School PGT student

From accounting and finance to investment management, discover what a typical week looks like as a Surrey Business School PGT student at Surrey.

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How you'll learn

Your teaching will be delivered through a combination of:

  • Group work (e.g. discussion groups)
  • Lectures
  • Online learning
  • Seminars
  • Tutorials.

Outside of these, you’ll be expected to carry out independent study, including coursework, essays, and reading.

We’ve also introduced hybrid learning, a mix of online and face-to-face sessions, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

"The lecturers offered a great balance of personal industry experience and academic theory that showcased how the theory can be put into practice, or how to learn from mistakes! The course and our programme director were incredibly engaging and there were often events outside of class that meant meeting and networking with industry professionals, who are experiencing what we studied, and work the way I hope to after the programme.”

Felicia Troberg, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management MSc graduate

A typical week in your first year

In your first year, you'll receive approximately 12 contact hours each week.

Tuesday

09am to 11am – 'Internet of Things' lecture

12pm to 1pm – 'Digital Marketing and Social Media' tutorial

4pm to 6pm – 'Marketing' lecture

Wednesday

9am to 12pm – 'Global Strategy Implementation' lecture

Thursday

1pm to 2pm – 'Entrepreneurship and The Digital Economy' lab session

3pm to 5pm – 'New Business Venturing' seminar

Friday

4pm to 5pm – 'Marketing' seminar

 

Find out more about our postgraduate courses on offer within Surrey Business School.

 

Disclaimer

The timetable above is based on the typical week of an Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management MSc student. The timetable and modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication and may be subject to teaching availability, student demand and/or class size caps.

Given the changing nature of the Covid-19 pandemic, our hybrid learning model is under continuous review. See the latest information on all changes.

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