MSc Technology and Operations Management
How can resources be used efficiently and how can technological innovations contribute to gaining a competitive advantage? This Master's programme will teach you.
Within the product lifecycle, design is the first step. Then comes production and customer's supply. The final step includes warranty and product replacement. The Master's programme in Technology and Operations Management teaches you how to organize all phases. You will learn to ensure high levels of customer satisfaction and cost efficiency. You will be trained to gain a competitive advantage for companies.
In this one-year programme, you will focus on core aspects such as operations management concepts, facility design and planning. You will learn to define, diagnose and analyze problems and develop and evaluate solutions and technological innovations. In addition, you will be trained to design new planning and control concepts. You will also assess the impact of product and process innovations on the employers and organization of a business.
Newcastle University and the University of Groningen also offer a double degree programme in Operations Management. You will start the first semester in Newcastle. The entire programme is compulsory and takes 16 months. You will receive a Master's degree from both universities.
Entry Requirements - International students
You need a GMAT or GRE in order to enter a Master of Science programme at the Faculty of Economics and Business.
- 600 or higher: you will be automatically accepted, provided you meet all other requirements.
- 500 or higher: the final decision will be taken by the Board of Admissions.
GRE score: Or you need to submit a positive GRE-exam result.
Exemptions: Please check exemption regulations for a GMAT/GRE test.
To be applicable for this Master's programme, you need an academic bachelor's degree in the field of Business, Management, Human Resource Management, Economics, Econometrics, International Economic Relations / Trade and Accountancy.
To assess whether your educational/academic background meets the specific programme requirements, we will consider the level and curriculum of your previous studies, and the grades that you have obtained. This evaluation is carried out by the Admissions Officer and the Admissions Board.
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