The University of East Anglia (UEA), one of the UK’s top 25 universities has expanded its curriculum with the introduction of a Master of Science (MSc) in Digital Business and Management. This one-year, full-time, programme aims to address current employment needs created by the digitalisation of business and craft skills for future competitive advantage.
The MSc in Digital Business and Management is a course that will enable students to develop expertise in digital business that is in demand by employers, or progress to further study through a PhD according to Dr Lucill Curtis, Director of Admissions, Marketing and Recruiment, Norwich Business School. She also added, “During the one-year programme the students will examine the business research process from start to finish. They will be provided with the necessary training and will be engaged in the qualitative and quantitative research process to eventually open new job opportunities.”
The eligibility criteria for the course:
Bachelor’s degree is mandatory and is open to students from Business, Management, Marketing, Computing, Information Systems, Economics, Law or Psychology. Students who have a deep interest in the implications of digital technologies for business and management and strong verbal, written and visual communication skills can apply for the programme. The students should have academic IELTS of 6.0 overall with a minimum 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in only two components with 6.0 in the others)
For more information to apply for these courses, students can visit the website: https://www.uea.ac.uk/course/postgraduate/msc-digital-business-and-management#course-how-to-apply