Explore technology as an integral part of the management of global organisations
Interested in a career in management or IT consultancy?
Learn to use technology intelligently and creatively to achieve competitive business advantage. We will develop your management and consulting skills and encourage your critical thinking about wider issues outside narrow technology boundaries. It’s about using technology to enhance business, not technical coding.
Working with business
Our course focuses on putting theory into practice. We have close relationships with many IT and consulting organisations including Ernst & Young, Barclays Capital, SAP, Google, and Deloitte. All value the WBS approach to developing managers with a creative approach to integrated technology. Deloitte, for example, provide insights on the challenges and approaches to client work by running a whole module for us.
You must have, or be expecting, a good undergraduate degree from a UK university, or the equivalent from an overseas university. We welcome applications from a broad range of disciplines. Don’t worry if you haven’t got prior IT experience because this course is not designed as a ‘tools and techniques’ course. We do not require you to have prior knowledge of information technology.
English language requirementsIf English is not your first language, you must meet a minimum overall standard in a recognised test of English, examples are shown below. You must show a good balance across all sections of the test and it must have been taken within two years of starting the course.
IELTS 7.0 - all four languages elements have to be scored 6.0+, with maximum of two language components at lowest level 6.0 or 6.5
PTE Academic 70 - with 51+ in every section
CPE Grade C (CEFR level C2) or above
CAE Grade C - scoring 60+, no worse than 3 component results at borderline and 1 at weak
TOEFL 100 – minimum language components L21, R22, W21, S23
For up-to-date course information and tuition fees, please visit www.wbs.ac.uk.
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Last updated May 12, 2016