At Edinburgh Napier, we offer a range of Executive Masters courses for organisations looking to upskill their staff and professionals looking to develop new skills and advance their career.

Enhance your skills

The majority of learning and study takes place at work or draws on workplace experience. An Executive Masters degree lets you gain your postgraduate qualification while applying new skills to your job throughout. Whether you are looking to build new skills in a current role or prepare for your next move, within 18 months you can achieve a respected industry-relevant Masters degree.

Research shows the application and personal reflection of taught concepts to the work situation delivers the most effective learning and development. For these courses, you need to be employed in a role with opportunities to apply these new skills.

Executive Masters

Read our prospectus for more in-depth information about what is involved in the Executive Masters suite at Edinburgh Napier University.

Develop your staff

Our Executive Masters degrees are designed to support employers to develop talent in their organisation. Companies build capability and capacity by giving their people the opportunity to develop themselves through a programme designed to deliver impact on the business.

These courses feature two major components co-designed with the employer: a work-based project delivering immediate impact and a dissertation to advance knowledge in your organisation. Our courses provide a strategic opportunity for companies to develop their people and their organisation, by harnessing the ambition and developing the vision of their staff.

Our Executive Masters courses

The work based learning element of the Edinburgh Napier MSc is a key differentiator in building knowledge and skills in programme management and sets it apart from other courses.

Mark Hutton

Programme Manager, Royal London

Professional know-how

Edinburgh Napier University delivers the skills and experience that matter. We combine professional know-how with an academic approach and work-related learning to help our students succeed beyond university.