PSRP is responsible for providing financial assistance to the communities that have ‘ready for development’ certification. It helps the new businessmen to develop sites quickly, so that they can survive the increasing competition in the business environment. This contributes to the economic development, and creates more jobs. In addition to this, you are expected to spend about 20 hours per week in private study. The tutorials and exercise classes enable you to discuss the lecture material and coursework problems. Further support is available at lunchtime mathematics surgeries run by postgraduate students. You are encouraged to discuss any mathematical problems or questions that may arise with the lecturer. All lecturers have advertised office hours when they are available to provide help. Working through examples and solving problems is a vital part of learning mathematics so coursework is set in each module.
Globalization has left its mark on internationally operating companies. To tackle the challenges that lie ahead, they search for young, well-qualified and internationally experienced professionals. Graduates of our Master’s program in International Business are well-suited to meet this demand.
As well as Weybridge itself there are many other nearby locations from which to commute such as Woking, Walton, Esher, Cobham, Egham and Epsom. Weybridge and Addlestone railway stations are both easily walkable. Trains from Weybridge go directly to London Waterloo so living in the capital is feasible. There are also quite a few local bus routes that make getting to work easy.