Why study Charity Management?
The Charity Sector periodically receives bad press coverage on the lack of professionalism within the industry. This programme is specifically designed to redress this issue and provide a pathway for career development within the non-profit sector and to cover the range of specialist knowledge not found within traditional MBA or postgraduate management programmes.
Make your application
Apply now to study at St Mary's in 2016. Applications close on Sunday 31st July.
Find out more
Contact the Programme Director, Geoff Paul, for a more in-depth discussion about the course.
Postgraduate students under the age of 60 are eligible for a government-funded loan of up to £10,000.
Why St Mary's?
The Programme at St Mary's University covers a wide range of topics and final year specialisations not found in any other UK University. Students on the programme get to network and share ideas with managers and senior managers from a variety of both national and international charities.
The MA in Charity Management will provide an in-depth grounding in charity governance and finance, and will provide options that can be tailored towards professional individual needs.
Participation in the course will enable students to demonstrate an awareness of social, political, legal, economic and technological issues affecting national and international charitable organisations.
All teaching staff on the course either have worked or are currently working within the charity sector; they have a total of over 50 years of experience in the sector. Consequently, they bring with them a wealth of real-life experience.
The programme has also been attracting an increasing number of international students.
Mode of Study: Full-time (One year) or Part-time (Two years)
Also Available As: Postgraduate Diploma;
A Student View
Nazir Ahmed (Founder and Director, Mercy Universal)
"The classes were wonderful and I learned so much from the programme lecturers. I know that the knowledge and experience gained will not only be of personal benefit, but also the organisations with whom I am working or I will be working and also society in general. The course will remain a source of great pleasure and a memory of wonderful times."