MSc in Innovation and Technology Management

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Key Information

  • Application deadline

    Home/EU: 31 August 2021
    Overseas: 30 June 2021

  • Course start date

    4 October 2021

  • Fees

    Home: £14,500
    EU/Overseas: £22,000

    From 2022 fees may change depending on the outcome of Brexit negotiations. Read the University's advice for EU students.

  • Entry requirements

    2:2 or above (or its international equivalent) in engineering, management or another relevant subject.

  • Title of award

    Master of Science

  • Length of course

    One year

  • Mode of attendance


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 .

Information about the recognition of professional qualifications.


Key Benefits

  • Learn from two leading teaching and research faculties, Management and Engineering & Design
  • 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
  • Get international insight from coursemates who come from all over the world
  • Learn from students from a variety of backgrounds. Previous students have included mechanical engineers, computer scientists, chemical engineers, economists and social scientists
  • 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 2019-20 class

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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

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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