At UCL School of Management, a UK top three business school in the 2022 Guardian1 and the Complete University Guide2 rankings, we focus on what we believe are the four major drivers of change in management: Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Analytics.

Our programmes

The MSc Business Analytics programme provides a rigorous, practical foundation in the key skills needed to unlock the value of data, and an in-depth understanding of how companies can use data to make decisions and improve business performance. It combines modules that explore how data and analytics are transforming key areas of business (decision-making, strategy, marketing, operations) with modules that provide students with the mathematical and computational foundations needed to make effective and intuitive use of the latest business analytics tools and platforms.

Our MSc Entrepreneurship programme is designed for those wanting to start and run high-impact, innovative businesses. The programme is taught with a ‘learn by doing’ approach. While, like any UCL Master’s degree, a rigorous base of research underlies the programme, the emphasis is on supporting students to develop the skills needed to succeed as CEO and/or co-founder of a high-impact, innovative business.

The MSc Finance programme, delivered in collaboration with the UCL Department of Economics, is a specialist Master’s degree designed for those targeting finance as a professional career. The programme provides individuals with the knowledge, understanding and skills to enable them to engage with specialist roles in the modern global financial industry, including but not limited to; commercial banks, investment banks, asset management companies, hedge funds and private equity firms, insurance companies, credit rating agencies, fintech firms, broker/dealers, and boutique financial advisory companies.

Our MSc Management prepares students to lead organisations and manage business complexity and innovation across the global. Students can study in one of two pathways – Corporate or Finance – as they learn about the practical managerial issues of today, and think forward to the issues and technologies of the future. Graduates from the programme progress into leadership roles in a range of organisations spanning many industries including finance, consulting, technology, and commerce.

Applications will close 31 March 2022    

UCL has changed its postgraduate admissions deadline for 2022, meaning applications will close on 31 March 2022. This is approximately two months earlier than usual. If you’re interested in one of our programmes, we strongly encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment.

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