"Emphasis is placed upon immersive learning and solving real-world problems through electives, LondonLAB, Skills programme, and GIFTs. "
Programme: Masters in Analytics and Management 2020
Frame the problem, identify the solution, and share insights. The MAM prepares you to deliver maximum business impact.
Apply your MAM knowledge and understanding of business analytics in a live 10 week business project. Working in teams, LondonLAB is an opportunity to expand your London network and make a tangible impact on a client organisation.
Apply your machine learning, data organisation and business communication skills to reveal new insights within your client’s data, addressing business problems of strategic importance to the organisation.
New statistical insights based on existing internal data
Process improvement recommendations and models
Recommendations for improving data management processes.
Transformative and rich, faculty-led Global Immersion Field Trips (GIFTs) are integral to your degree. Work with real communities in different business cultures to deliver concrete solutions and emerge with a stronger understanding of new sectors and regions. From social entrepreneurship in Medellin to AI start-ups in Beijing, these trips are designed to widen your view on the way the world does business.
Utilise the core frameworks, models and methodologies of data mining and business analytics in global markets with real organisations.
*GIFTS are included in tuition fees
Our students also find fulfilling careers in finance roles across numerous companies in the finance, professional services and corporate world, including Blackstone, Bloomberg, Deloitte, Fosun Group, PwC and L’Oreal.
Looking to a career in consulting? We offer opportunities to connect with McKinsey and Oliver Wyman.
Applied data analytics skills and world-class general management techniques. MAM is integrated, practical, and focuses on the point where business, data science and machine learning intersect. Explore our programme content page for more details.
No. The MAM is a dynamic, full-time programme involving high-level class input and discussion. Students are expected to attend all classes in person.
The MAM is specially designed for recent graduates - so you can join straight from your undergraduate studies. It’s also suitable for those who have completed an internship or have up to two years in the workplace.