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Sessions YEAR ONE

• One- or two-week orientation in the summer at Newbold (Session 1) • One-week session during the autumn/winter (Session 2) • Monthly one-day meetings with local learning groups (venue organised by learning group) • Online discussions using the designated virtual learning platform YEAR TWO

• Two-week session in the summer at Newbold (Session 3) • One-week session during the autumn/winter (Session 4) • Monthly one-day meetings with local learning groups (venue organised by learning group) • Online discussions using the designated virtual learning platform YEAR THREE

• Two-week session in the summer at Newbold (Session 5) • Research thesis defence at the one-week session during the autumn/winter (Session 6) • Monthly one-day meetings with local learning groups (venue organised by learning group) • Online discussions using the designated virtual learning platform FINAL SUMMER JOINT SESSION

• Presentation of the completed ten competencies in a professional leadership portfolio

Modules

The course sessions offer modules designed to support the development of ten leadership competencies. You will develop seven core competencies and choose an additional three optional competencies. CORE COMPETENCIES

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Cultivating Spiritual Leadership Leading Others Developing Others Leading Organisational Change Managing Organisational Health Culture and Context Leadership and Research

OPTIONAL COMPETENCIES

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Innovating with Technology Health Outreach and Leadership Urban Church Planting Creative Leadership and Innovation Social Entrepreneuring Working with Youth in Mission

Fees and funding

PLEASE CONTACT US for current fee information for the Master of Arts in Leadership. Contact your Union President for funding opportunities.

More information

E: info@newbold.ac.uk T: +44 (0)1344 407492 W: newbold.ac.uk/leadership

Course outcomes

You will experientially develop competencies through actual projects in your workplace. Achievements of the competencies are documented in a leadership portfolio that includes artifacts of work-embedded projects and reflection papers that demonstrate your ability to integrate theory with practice. The portfolio also includes a dissertation focusing on a leadership problem in your own context.

Entry requirements

YOU MAY need to meet different entry requirements depending on where you are from and what your academic background is. Generally, to be eligible for entry to the Master of Arts in Leadership, you will need to:

· have completed a three-year UK undergraduate Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in any area · be currently employed (and have at least five years’ experience) · hold a leadership position IF ENGLISH is not your native language, you will also need to provide evidence that your English is of a sufficient standard to study at this course level.

See our website, or page 30, for more information:

newbold.ac.uk

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Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

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Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21

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