MSc Business Analytics

57

Current students

25

Nationalities represented

6

Electives Available

12

Months Duration

Delivered through a bespoke Virtual Learning Environment

Applications for September 2016 entry are now open.

 

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This highly practical one year programme will equip graduates to drive business advantage using key analytical methods and tools

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We are still in the silent movie era with respect to the potential of Big Data and this is going to require a whole new cadre of professionals that can combine real insight into how business value can be created together with a deep understanding of analytics methods and approaches to deliver this value.

Alwin Magimay

Partner, KPMG

Data Science: Where are we going?

Where are we going and what impact can we expect from data science? Watch the video to find out.

Programme Benefits

Reputation

The Imperial name will open doors for you across the world and is recognised as a world leader in the study and analysis of data.

London

In London, you’ll be at the heart of one of the world’s leading cultural, business and financial centres.

Putting theory into practice

Learn from leading practitioners and world-class faculty how to apply the latest academic thinking and analytical and computing tools to help make business decisions.

Career development

Our industry partners confirm that there is an acute shortage of people with these skills. Our dedicated careers service will help you present yourself with confidence to the world’s top employers.

Diversity

You’ll mix with students of the highest calibre, from a wide range of cultures and business backgrounds.

Scholarships

A number of £10,000 scholarships are available for this programme. Find out more about MSc Business Analytics scholarships.

KPMG Centre for Advanced Business Analytics

The Centre is led by researchers at Imperial College Business School as part of the College’s Data Science Institute. The KPMG Centre develops innovative approaches, analytical methods and tools for using big data, giving businesses the opportunity to solve complex issues, such as enabling banks to predict fraud or helping retailers better understand consumer behaviour.