MSc in Innovation and Technology Management

You can contact us by email or telephone. For information about the MSc in Innovation and Technology Management, email mscitm@management.bath.ac.uk or call 01225 383757

If you are calling from outside of the UK, call +44 1225 383757

Key Information

  • Application deadline

    Home/EU: 31 August 2017
    Overseas: 30 June 2017

  • Course start date

    2 October 2017

  • Fees

    Home/EU: £12,500
    Overseas: £19,000

  • Entry requirements

    2:1 or above (or its international equivalent) in engineering, management or another relevant subject. We may make an offer based on a lower grade if you can provide evidence of your suitability for the degree.

  • Title of award

    Master of Science

  • Length of course

    One year

  • Mode of attendance

    Full-time

100% of 2015 Innovation and Technology students employed six months after graduation*

This course is for

Engineering, science or management graduates who want to develop their innovation and technological/engineering skills.

Overview

Learn to become a leader who can manage and innovate in complex business environments. You’ll become equipped with skills to take a leadership role in innovation and technology management.

Two of the University’s faculties, Management and Engineering & Design, deliver this course. This unique combination bridges the gap between the two disciplines.

Tier 4 visa pilot

Benefit from a simplified visa application process and get six months leave after your course. We’re one of only four UK universities to be selected for this scheme.

* Employment data based on those looking for work and for whom data is held (68% of 2015 class).

Key Benefits

  • Benefit from the strengths of two leading teaching and research faculties, Management and Engineering & Design
  • Get international insight as you learn with students from all over the world. Recent students have included those from Thailand, Germany, Colombia, Kazakhstan, China and the USA
  • You'll also enjoy learning with students from a variety of backgrounds. Previous students have included mechanical engineers, computer scientists, chemical engineers, economists and social scientists
  • You'll learn how to work together in high-performing multidisciplinary teams
  • Our focus is on innovation. You'll learn to do things in a different way to improve results, make important change and improve the environment
  • Become a future leader in your chosen field. Our students find work in areas like consultancy, project management and governmental innovation programmes

MSc in Innovation and Technology Management 2016 class

  • 19
    Nationalities
  • 32/ 177
    Enrolled / Applicants
  • 50/ 50
    Male / Female ratio

This course isn't limited to innovation, it also covers things like creativity and design. Classes are not just talks, it's very hands-on

Alisha Tuladhar,
MSc in Innovation and Technology Management

The course hosted guest lectures from industry experts, and ran weekly projects that concentrated on solving real-life, real-time issues. Exposure to sector executives encouraged a realistic, problem-focused way of thinking

Duncan Ng’enda, Consultant, EY