Business Taught Masters

Studying a Business Taught Masters at UC is a high-quality way to get prepared for the world of business.

If you have an undergraduate degree, our range of Business Taught Masters (BTM) programmes will provide you with an opportunity to diversify your knowledge by adding complementary skills and expertise in business.

The UC Business School offers a range of post-graduate level qualifications enabling you to choose a specialist programme that fits your career goals. Learn management skills through our Master of Business Management, become a Chartered Accountant by studying our Master of Professional Accounting, take advantage of the growing demand in the IT sector with a Master of Business Information Systems or move into investment analysis with a Master of Financial Management.

What to expect

The academic year runs from early February to mid-November and is split into three terms. Each term is 12 weeks long, with a three-week break between terms. Each course runs for one term. While most classes occur during the day, some classes are held in the evening.

As a full-time student, you can expect between nine and 12 hours contact time per week. Additional time will be required for independent study and to work on assessments. Time may also be required for workshops, tutorials and group meetings.

Student advice

A postgraduate student advisor is available to discuss your study options. 

Nicole Anfang

Student Advisor
Meremere Building 209
Internal Phone: 92964


Our programmes are accessible to­­ students from any background. Courses are taught in a way that assumes no particular prior knowledge or experience. The more quantitatively focused courses have limited mathematical content to accommodate students from a range of backgrounds. For those who will find it helpful, there is an online math refresher that can be completed prior to the start of your programme.

Shorter Programmes

If you are not ready to undertake a Master's, our shorter qualifications provide professional development as well as a potential pathway into a higher level qualification later on.

Student stories

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