This course focuses on the management of operations in business, industry and the public sector. It will prepare managers who will be able to help their companies build a competitive edge based on high levels of technical and managerial competence.
The course aims for a high level of integration between management techniques and the technologies that they control, with emphasis on the strategic relevance of situations along with the ability to analyse problems in a structured way.
Applications are welcome from graduates in engineering, management, and related disciplines. The courses are suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in operations management whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area.
The course requires a major individual dissertation project that is undertaken in the summer. This is intended to integrate knowledge, methodology and practical skills. When these projects are successful in advancing knowledge, we encourage our students to present their findings as conference papers or journal articles.
Nottingham University Business School MSc Scholarships
No. of awards TBC
Nottingham University Business School has a significant amount of scholarship funding available for Business School MSc students starting in September 2017.Students with a current overall average of 65% (or overseas equivalent) will be automatically awarded a Nottingham University Business School scholarship of 20% and will be considered at the point of offer.Students with the equivalent of >80% will be considered on a case by case basis for a 75% or 100% Nottingham University Business School Dean’s Scholarship for Excellence.Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit.
Value of Scholarship(s)
20-100% of the MSc course tuition fee
Open to UK/EU/overseas candidates. Have been offered a place on the MSc programme for entry in 2017.
For more information about scholarships and how to apply, see the Business School's MSc scholarships web page. For direct enquiries contact Wendy Bull [email protected]