Businesses are increasingly collecting large amounts of information about their customers and activities. This ‘big data’ is big news with the media, businesses and government as they consider how to use this mass of information in a meaningful way.
Analysts use their expertise to make sense of this information, interpret it and uncover hidden patterns and important insights, enabling evidence-based business decisions. As a result, they’re in very high demand with employers on the lookout for analysts in every sector.
This course gives you an insight into business analytics and explores how organisations can thrive during the big data revolution. You’ll develop decision-oriented, quantitative analytical skills in a management context, and learn to sift intelligence from the growing volume and variety of data collected on many aspects of life.
Combining theoretical concepts with practical application, you’ll develop a unique mix of quantitative and behavioural skills relevant to data analyses, effective decision-making and management.
Graduates of the MSc Business Analytics and Decision Sciences can expect to have the quantitative skills to analyse complex business information and use the resulting intelligence to inform business decisions.
You will be ideally placed to pursue a career in analytics and decision-making, general and specialist management roles in a range of industries, or as a business or market analysts. Our recent graduates are now working in roles such as a business analyst at eBay, data analyst at Amazon, the Head of Information at an NHS trust, business analyst at Transport for London, operational researcher with The Home Office, business analyst at Capital One, data and analytics consultant at KPMG, operational research analyst for the Department of Health and advisor in business intelligence for Dell International LLC.
Employers in both private and public sectors are actively seeking graduates with these skills, and trends show that the career opportunities are fast increasing.
Demand for experts in business analytics is growing rapidly and the University of Leeds is at the forefront of developments in this area.
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- Effective Decision Making
- Advanced Management Decision Making
- Business Analytics and Decision Science
- Forecasting and Advanced Business Analytics
- Evidence Based Consultancy
- Business Analytics and Decision Sciences Dissertation
- Quantitative Analysis
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- 12 months
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DisciplinesManagement Studies Statistics Business Intelligence & Analytics View 230 other Masters in Business Intelligence & Analytics in United Kingdom
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- A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in a related subject.
- Must have a sound grounding in quantitative subjects, typically through some university-level courses in subjects such as statistics, management science, computer science or mathematics.
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Leeds awards a range of scholarships to UK, EU and international students. Scholarships are available to candidates who can demonstrate an excellent academic record and show excellent professional and personal skills.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.