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MBA (Business Analytics)

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University of East London’s MBA is a dynamic, contemporary and practical course designed to produce the business leaders of the future.

Beacon International College and its partner reserve the rights, at its discretion, to change, modify, add or remove the course information at any time without prior notice. Please check the course information periodically for changes.

Introduction

This course is designed to give learners the opportunity to:

  • Study organisations, their management and the changing external context in which they operate.
  • Develop the ability to apply knowledge and understanding of business and management to complex or difficult issues, both systematically and creatively, to improve business and management practice, including within an international context.
  • Develop competences and abilities in the field of Data Science applicable to the Business Industry.
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of business innovation – creativity, intrapreneurial – and entrepreneurial behaviour and enterprise development, and the management and exploitation of intellectual property.
  • Develop leadership and management skills – leadership and management of people within organisations – leadership, organisational behaviour and motivation.
  • Develop lifelong learning skills, including engendering an enthusiasm for business and for learning more generally as part of continuing personal and professional development.
Course Content

The Master of Business Administration (Business Analytics) comprises of these six (6) compulsory units from the following list:

Compulsory Units

In this module will enable you to explore the process of creating, evaluating and developing strategy and operations. You will be introduced to the challenges and practices associated with becoming strategic leaders and how organizations manage their operations.

The module aims to develop the personal and professional skills that enhance employability and career opportunities. On the other hand, the module aims to develop your understanding and skills in people management and leadership. You will learn some key theories that underpin the latest thinking in the knowledge and skills of being an outstanding leader and manager, regardless of sector (private, public, or non-profit sector).

This module is designed to introduce you to contemporary principles and practices in marketing, in a customer focused and market oriented organisation. Relationship marketing is the recent marketing approach that develops around the buying and consumption experience. As such the module aims to develop your in depth understanding of the strategic role of marketing in business, and its impact on the market and society in the digital age.

This module provides the opportunity for you to develop the ability to diagnose and investigate a live, complex business issue from a variety of perspectives, to locate the work within the body of contemporary knowledge, to collect and analyse data, to derive supportable conclusions and to make practical and actionable recommendations for change, improvement or enhancement of current practice.

The Industry 4.0 revolution is creating a transformational and competitive business scenario that is full of challenges that demand effective solutions. As a professional of the business industry you should be aware of the crucial role that business analytics – the strategic analysis of data to make the best decisions – plays in with regards optimising processes and creating competitive advantages. In this module, you will develop competences and abilities in the field of Data Science (DS) applicable in the business industry. You will learn how to analyse data to derive Business Intelligence (BI) and how to use Business Analytics (BA) to drive effective decisions and successful future outcomes. Two of the main components that make up Business Analytics include an effective management of data and statistical methods and informatic packages. This module will help you develop understanding of the theoretical and practical competences to be able to produce and manage strategic data in a business context as well as the application of statistics methods supported by computer tools to extract the value of the data and generate prescriptive business scenarios that guarantee the success of a company.

The aim of this module is to enable you to conduct a live applied project that should address a business problem. This could include a work-based project or a case study or other empirical research that will demonstrate understanding of applied research and the relationship between Business Analytics Theory and its practical implication in real life.

This MBA programme will enhance your ability to think and act strategically and creatively, as you will be better placed to identify and evaluate ways to solve business problems.

You will enhance your problem-solving and decision-making ability in general, as you learn to research and analyse information in new ways.

And you will learn to work productively as part of a team, improving your personal effectiveness and ability to make decisive contributions to business issues.

 

We consistently review and develop our courses and modules to ensure they are up-to-date with sector and industry graduate skills demands. Course structure, modules and options are subject to change.

Admission Criteria

Age Requirement

At least 20 years old

Academic Requirement

  1. Lower Second Class classification (2:2) from an undergraduate degree or equivalent
  2. A non-graduate qualification for mature students who are at least 30 years old and with minimum of 8 years of working experience

English Entry Requirement

For those candidates whose first language is not English, they are excepted to have:

  1. at least an IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 6.0 in Writing and Speaking; minimum 5.5 in Reading and Listening),

2. or the equivalent

Exemptions / Credit Transfer / Advanced Standing

Candidates who do not hold such qualifications (i.e.: formal qualifications which marginally fall short of the normal minimum entry requirements) and are at least 30 years old will be assessed as to their suitability through interview, and where necessary the taking of references. They should be compensated for by his/her relevant work experience provided that such candidates have held, for a minimum of eight years, a responsible position which is relevant to the Master’s degree to be pursued.

Key Facts
Accredited by: University of East London

Course Length:

12 Months (Full-Time & Part-Time)

Support for students and their learning:

  • All students studying in Beacon benefit from the team of dedicated tutors who provide a point of personal and regular contact for students
  • Student handbook, programme handbook  and individual module handbooks
  • Module content and materials via  Moodle Virtual Learning Environment
  • Library and learning resources of both University of East London and Beacon
  • Wifi, photocopying & printing services, library with PCs and laptop recommendation services
  • Unlimited worldwide web access
  • Access to student services including those offered by careers, welfare and counselling.

Teacher-Student Ratio

Beacon maintains a maximum teacher-student ratio as follows:

Lecture: From 1:11 to 1:72

Practical & Tutorial: From 1:11 to 1:40

About University of East London

The University of East London is founded in 1898 and located in the East London boroughs of Stratford and Docklands. It is ranked:

 

  • 1st modern university in London in the National Student Survey 2018 league table
  • 2nd modern university in London for ‘teaching on my course’ (NSS 2017)
  • 3rd modern university in London for ‘academic support’ (NSS 2017)
  • World’s top 200 young universities (Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2018)
  • World’s top 1000 universities (Times Higher Education University Ranking 2021)
Find out more about the University of East London: https://www.uel.ac.uk