Could your business benefit from our students’ knowledge and new ideas? If so, our consulting style projects may be just what you need.
MBA Business Mastery Project
Our Full-time MBA students can choose to carry out a strategy project with an organisation taking place over the summer. The project allows students the opportunity to analyse real business issues and offer a set of tailored recommendations unique to the organisation. More details can be found in our Business Mastery Project brochure or contact David Huff to explore this further.
Cass Business School MBA student Harry Wang secured an exciting project at Williams Racing through the Cass Careers team and MBA Business Mastery Project. In this video we hear about how Harry has helped to plan and execute Williams’ commercial strategy in the Asia Pacific region.
MSc Business Research Project
Our MSc students can choose to write a dissertation or complete a professional research report over the summer. If you have a topic that you would be interested in having an MSc student explore, please contact the relevant MSc Relationship Manager and we can connect you with the Programme Course Director.
MSc Consulting Project
During the summer term, students taking the consulting elective on the MSc in Management work in teams of five on consulting projects. For many this is a highlight of their study experience, when they can apply their academic learning to real business challenges. These teams bring fresh insights and the latest knowledge applied to issues of real value and concern to organisations of all kinds.
By participating in this programme, your organisation will receive consultancy advice with a set of recommendations from the outstanding business masters students on the Cass MSc Management programme, and there is no financial cost associated with our consulting projects initiative.
Please download our brochure for organisations who are interested in being clients for one of these Consulting Projects. If you have a project that you think would be of interest, or would like to know more, please contact Chris Sutton who leads this elective.