Tuition fees £ 22,000 (€ 28,178)
Length (months) 12
Program type MSc Digital Business, Innovation and Management
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Digital technologies have changed how organisations are making business by enabling them to transform their activities and create innovative value propositions. This programme offers a range of opportunities to help you understand how to harness technology, manage its effects to gain competitive advantage, open up new business markets, and streamline core organisational processes.
You will be introduced to the ever-changing digital landscape, and learn how different technologies contribute to the new ways of thinking for digital businesses. You will benefit from hands-on experience of core technologies that underlie modern digital businesses, and you develop your knowledge in examining the role and impact of information and technology in contemporary organisations. You will also gain an in depth understanding of the distinctive challenges associated with management in a digital world.
The knowledge you will gain will provide you with the skills to assess the business ecosystems, analyse organisational cultures and behaviour, and understand their impact on the implementation of digital innovation within real-world business challenges.
In the final element of the Masters programme, your Dissertation project will be a chance to bring together and demonstrate all the learning you have acquired throughout the programme. The Dissertation project can take one of a number of formats - either a Consultancy Project, Research Dissertation, or Start Up Project (see Course Structure for more details).
- Start date: 01.10.2022
- Language Test: TOEFL 94 (minimum), IELTS 7 (minimum)
- Other: * An upper second class honours degree or equivalent is required.
Cost of study and scholarships:
- Current scholarship programs: 1
- Scholarship up to: 50%
- Current rank: 59 (The Economist)
- International students: 14%
- Faculty quality: 57.00
- Student quality: 64.00
- Development experience: 53.00
- Student rating of faculty: 4.30
- Student rating of alumni effectiveness: 3.40
- Student rating of culture and classmates: 4.40
- Full-time faculty with PhD: 100%
- Annual intake: 60
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