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Information Systems and Operations Management Masters (MSc)

Course Description

Organizations of all sizes and in all sectors are increasingly dependent on computer-based Information Systems to drive day-to-day operations. The intelligent and creative use of IT also enables innovation in both products and services, and can underpin the achievement of competitive advantage.

This course combines the study of Information Systems with Operations Management, emphasising the creative potential of information technology for innovation and change. It provides a thorough grounding in the principles and practice of information systems.

Students will also be educated in the key operations management challenges in contemporary organisations, including the challenges in supply chain management.

The course provides progressive learning towards the frontiers of knowledge in both Information Systems and Operations management. The structure of the programme allows students to focus on advanced developments in the areas that meet their specific interests and career aspirations. In addition to the taught modules, the course requires a major individual project, undertaken over the Summer term. The project integrates knowledge, methods and practical skills, and is often undertaken with an outside organization. It emphasizes leading edge thinking in theory and practice and develops skills in research, project management and report writing.

The course is suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in Information Systems and/or Operations Management, whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area. We welcome applications from graduates in business and management, engineering, computer science, and social science disciplines such as psychology.

Visit the Information Systems and Operations Management Masters (MSc) page on the University of Nottingham website for more details!

Student Profiles

Nottingham University Business School MSc Scholarships - 4 Awards

Nottingham University Business School has a significant amount of scholarship funding available for Business School MSc students starting in September 2016. To be eligible for a 20% award, students need to have a current overall average of 65% (or overseas equivalent).Students with a current overall average of 80% (or overseas equivalent) will be automatically considered for a Nottingham University Business School ‘Elite Scholarship’ of between 75 – 100% and will be considered at the point of offer.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 2016.

Application Procedure

For more information about scholarships and how to apply, please contact Wendy Bull at [email protected]

Further Information



2016-17 Weston Scholarship for Business School MSc - Single Award

Available for any Nottingham University Business School MSc course.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Fees only


Home/EU students
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence

Application Procedure

Students need to apply for a place on an MSc course first.For more details, please contact [email protected]

Further Information


Entry Requirements

2:1 honours degree in engineering, science or business related subject. English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 with 6.0 in each element

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