Management and Business Analytics


Key facts

Start dates

September 2023 / January 2024 / September 2024

Course length

Full time: Full time: 1 year or 2 years in sandwich mode which includes one year’s full-time paid supervised work experience (a work placement). Sandwich mode is only available for September entry.

Part time: 24 months for UK students




Oxford Brookes Business School


Our MSc in Management and Business Analytics can help companies accurately predict future events that are related to the actions of consumers, market trends, and also assist in developing more efficient processes and appropriate strategic choices.This course will prepare you for a successful career in a commercial or not-for-profit organisation.

You will learn to:

  • identify, analyse and evaluate a range of business-related issues
  • develop suitable responses to these problems
  • select the most appropriate course of action

The programme combines Management and Business Analytics modules to address issues related to organisational decisions.  The programme prepares students with skills and knowledge for careers in management and complementary professions, which use business intelligence. It focuses on cutting edge challenges and contemporary management issues (such as sustainability, responsible and ethical management) and develops students’ skills in applying decision frameworks and models to various data related problems and issues.

Specific entry requirements

This course attracts students from a wide range of backgrounds and nationalities. A minimum of a second class honours degree (2:2) in any academic discipline, or equivalent overseas degree from a recognised institution or equivalent professional or other qualification.

Applicants who possess a diploma rather than a good degree may be eligible for entry provided they have compensatory work experience and can demonstrate career development. Applications are welcome from those in work and seeking continuing professional development.​​

Entry will also be subject to two satisfactory references (one of these must be an academic reference).