Typically a First or Upper Second Class undergraduate degree or the international equivalent in a quantitative discipline such as:
- Computer Science
- A quantitative social science
We may consider candidates with non-traditional qualifications and backgrounds, on the basis of highly relevant work experience or demonstrated interest. If you do not meet the requirements listed above please contact the Admissions team to discuss your eligibility.
Prerequisite knowledge requirements
Your quantitative experience should typically include topics such as advanced calculus, probability, statistics and linear algebra.
GMAT is not required for MSc Business Analytics (Online), but a well-balanced GMAT result with 650 or higher overall and a good result in the quantitative reasoning section will add weight to you application.
Quantitative Experience Statement
You should use the Quantitative Experience Statement on the application form to list the most advanced quantitative courses that you have taken in your academic career to date and to provide brief examples of the relevant topics covered by the programme. Alternatively, if you have gained quantitative experience through work experience, please describe this in the Quantitative Experience Statement.
MSc Business Analytics (Online) includes modules where you will be using programming languages such as SQL, R, and Python, so previous experience of using these or demonstrating an interest in coding and programming will add weight to your application.