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This course is for engineering, science or management graduates who want to develop their innovation and technological/engineering skills.
This course will help you develop the commercial knowledge and skills required to lead innovative development projects. Gain hands-on experience of creativity tools, decision analysis and product design. You will also develop project management, marketing and strategic skills. Learn about management and innovation in complex, global inter-organisational networks.
Two of our top departments, the School of Management and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, deliver this MSc. This unique combination bridges the gap between the two disciplines.
You may also want to look at our related course MSc in Engineering Business Management.
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You should have a 2:2 or above (or its international equivalent) in an engineering, management or another relevant subject.
In exceptional cases, relevant work experience may be a substitute for the degree requirement. You should have no more than three years’ relevant work experience.
If English is not your first language, you will need to pass an English language test.
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I decided to embark on a master’s degree as a means of professional and personal growth. A Master’s degree offers the opportunity of learning and reinforcing the skills that you have gained from your previous studies or job experience, as well as the opportunity of having access to new professional opportunities.
I wanted to do my master’s degree in a top business school. The Bath MSc in Innovation and Technology Management was very appealing to me because of its international ranking, as well as the uniqueness of the course involving the two areas of my interest: management and engineering.
There are many skills that I learnt from the MSc in ITM. It is a very dynamic course that develops your knowledge and soft skills. Some of the most valuable skills for me are strong critical thinking and time management. My studies involved daily lectures, lots of teamwork and interaction with the lecturers and classmates.
The University of Bath is a very international and diverse place, where you can work with different people all around the world who always have something new to teach you. We all shared the same concerns and we kept the same hope of being able to make a better world. I have made many and great friends here in Bath and I feel very happy for that.
Since graduating, I have been working to promote the Circular Economy in the American Continent. We are developing awareness activities and our largest initiative at the moment is the Circular Economy Forum of the Americas. I am also developing the Circular Economy Platform of the Americas, which is a mechanism to enable transition towards Circular Economy. I love this topic and am glad to be involved in all these projects.
I still hope to pursue a PhD degree in the UK in Innovation Policy. I will develop my career towards the public-sector arenas in my home country, Colombia.
The School of Management Careers Team were invaluable in supporting my graduate employment search and applications.
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