UCL School of Management


We offer undergraduate, graduate and executive programmes in management, entrepreneurship, information management for business, management science and business analytics. Our programmes incorporate learning activities and industrial experiences that will help develop commercial competencies, internal organisational management skills, and a high degree of creativity, preparing scientists, engineers, physicians, and other innovators for leadership roles in the next generation of technology-intensive organisations, as well as in finance and consulting firms. 

We offer:

BSc/MSci in Management Science, for careers in complex, innovation-intensive, data-driven environments, equipping you with strong quantitative and analytical skills for making management decisions.

BSc/MSci in Information Management for Business, with a unique balance of IT, management, business and leadership skills, developed in collaboration with some of the biggest employers in the UK, including British Airways, BT, Morgan Stanley, HP, IBM, Fujitsu, Apple, Microsoft and Unilever.

MSc in Finance, allowing you to progress into a career in finance, or develop your skills to enhance your career prospects.

MSc in Management, preparing you for a career in finance, management or industry.

MSc in Entrepreneurship, helping you to develop the skills to build your own high-impact venture.

MSc in Business Analytics (with specialisation in Management Science), for aspiring data scientists.

MBA, delivered jointly with Peking University, which will give you the skills to operate in the complex, innovation-intensive, data-driven environments of the future.

PhD in Management, preparing you for an academic career in business and management schools.

Elective Portfolio in Management, complementing your training with essential finance, management, leadership and entrepreneurial skills;

Executive Education, equipping you with essentials skills in finance, management, leadership and entrepreneurship.

MSc Professional Accountancy offered through the University of London International Programmes. Programme direction is provided by UCL.

Last updated Wednesday, 28 March 2018