The programme is open to both domestic and international students. Additionally, the university is offering a range of scholarship options, please see our website for details: UEA Scholarships.
The new course, managed by experts in Norwich Business School, UEA combines four options in semester three, so that students can now choose to prepare a business plan, write a dissertation, undertake a work placement or get involved in a work-based project, sponsored by a UK business. With a strong emphasis on practical or academic application, this programme now ensures students feel better prepared for their next job role or for further academic study, such as a PhD.
The MSc Business Analytics and Management stands out for its strong focus on experiential learning, providing students with invaluable practical opportunities. Through collaborative projects or extended research students can apply their knowledge and skills to real-world business scenarios, gaining hands-on experience in utilising data for strategic decision-making. This emphasis on practical application coupled with a cutting-edge curriculum blending theory and practicality, equips students with the skills and insights needed to excel in the data-driven world of business analytics and management.
Upon completion of the MSc in Business Analytics and Management, graduates will unlock a world of career opportunities across various business sectors, spanning public and private, sectors, in areas such as corporate data management, consultancy, entrepreneurial ventures, digital marketing and information/data management roles.
Given the competitive nature of post-Masters job roles, standing out is essential and therefore the placement option will provide students with their first chance to apply in practice the knowledge acquired, and skills developed during the first two terms of their course. It goes beyond the taught modules in their MSc programme introducing them to the day-to-day work of professionals in the discipline(s) of their choice and providing them with practical experience of working as one. There is no better way for students to enhance their CV, ensuring they are energised and ready to move forward on their career pathway.
The organisation-sponsored project module will provide students with an amazing option to undertake a project that aims at addressing an issue identified by an organisation, and to work with that business to add value by resolving it. This will help to embed theoretical concepts and ideas in a real-world practical scenario, designed to enhance applications for post-MSc job roles and to enrich their experiences.
Dr Lucill Curtis, Director of Admissions, Marketing and Recruitment, Norwich Business School, UEA commented, “We are thrilled to announce the updated semester three module choices, comprising four different options for the MSc in Business Analytics and Management. These exciting new modules reflect our commitment to equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the present-day, complex world of data management in diverse business contexts. With a strong emphasis on practical or research application, our graduates will be well-prepared to excel in diverse sectors and contribute to the evolving business landscape”
To learn more about the MSc in Business Analytics and Management and the application process, interested individuals can visit the official website: MSc in Business Analytics and Management.