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BSc/MSci Management Science
The world’s leading companies need people who can operate in complex, innovation-intensive, data-driven environments – people who can analyse problems using quantitative tools and qualitative methods, take decisions in the face of uncertainty and risk, and deliver results through people. Management Science provides a rigorous, practical foundation in these critical skills
Starting September 2014
UCL’s new Management Science programmes are unlike any other degree in the UK. They provide you with an opportunity to develop strong quantitative and analytical skills, an in-depth understanding of how companies work, and a rigorous foundation in the key skills needed to build successful careers in global businesses.
The programmes are taught by UCL’s Department of Management Science & Innovation (MS&I), which offers innovative undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programmes to prepare people for leadership roles in the next generation of innovation-intensive organisations. The Department works closely with global companies and innovative start-ups at the cutting edge of management science practice.
You will also benefit from being part of UCL Engineering, UCL’s Faculty of Engineering Sciences, and take an Engineering Sciences Minor in Years 2 and 3. This provides an opportunity to work with students from other Departments and develop knowledge and skills in an interdisciplinary area (e.g. Data Science).
On graduation, you will have strong leadership and communication skills and the ability to work flexibly, creatively and internationally in a range of areas, including high-growth companies, management consulting firms and the finance sector.