Graduate School of Management is a company (Not for Profit – Limited by Guarantee) formed in 1997 registered with companies house in the UK. Graduate School of Management is offering corporate CPD training, corporate courses, and degrees developed with our partners which includes unique delivery methods. Graduate School of Management is having the partnership with  Bournemouth University, NCFE, ATHE to name a few and created some of the tailor-made courses, which include Cyber Security, Disaster Management, MBA (Executive), Mini MBA, Hotel & Hospitality Management, Travel & Tourism, Health and Social Care Management, Computer Science, Digital Marketing, Social Media marketing, IT User Skills, Accountancy and many others. Our corporate courses seeks to develop the knowledge and skills required for middle to senior managers from a broad range of organizations such as government agencies, national and international industries, emergency and medical services, academia, small to medium-sized industries, faith-based and local community organizations.


Corporate Courses

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MBA Executive

MSc in Cyber Security & Disaster Management

PGD  in Cyber Security & Disaster Management
PG Certificate in Disaster Management
PG Certificate in Cyber Security



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Pathway Courses

(Leading to UK Degree)


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Level 4 Diploma in Business Management
Level 5 Diploma in Business Management
Level 7 Diploma in Business Management
Level 4 Diploma in Computing
Level 5 Diploma in Computing

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Professional Development Workshop

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Preparing for Specific Scenario

Disaster Management
Cyber Security
Decision making under pressure

Crisis Management
Critical Thinking
Resilience in Supply Chain

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Graduate School of Management is a college beyond walls and boundaries, combining face to face workshop, computer assisted instruction with online learning and material. The workshops would be one aspect of a blended learning approach which would also include a virtual learning environment, one-to-one email and telephone support and coaching from module tutors, linking theory with practice, work-based activities, personal study and work-based assignments. Blended learning can expand access to education and training for both general populace and businesses since its flexible scheduling structure lessons the effects of the many time-constraints imposed by personal responsibilities and commitments. Devolving some activities off-site alleviates institutional capacity constraints arising from the traditional demand on institutional buildings and infrastructure. Furthermore, there is the potential for increased access to more experts in the field and to other students from diverse geographical, social, cultural, economic, and experiential backgrounds. As the population at large becomes more involved in lifelong learning beyond the normal schooling age. Blended education programs can act as a catalyst for institutional innovation and are at least as effective as face-to-face learning programs, especially if the instructor is knowledgeable and skilled.

Our Partners

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