Course Overview

Business analysis, analytical reasoning, AI and cloud computing all feature within LinkedIn’s top 10 skills companies need most in 2020. Rapid development of the Internet and digital technologies has fuelled the demand to harness the power of the huge volume of available data now at an organisation’s disposal. Employers need people who can manage and make sense of data, providing insight and recommendations to improve future business performance. 

Key facts

  • Keele is ranked 3rd in the UK for business by the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES 2019).
  • Keele is part of a £13 million Office for Students initiative to accelerate the number and diversity of skilled artificial intelligence (AI) and data science graduates.
  • Boost your employability by gaining an international perspective and a broader world view to solve commercial challenges.
  • System Design and Programming module provides a rapid introduction to program design and development to enable students without a computing or programming background to access this course.
  • Gain substantial practical experience by opting for a consultancy or work placement final project.
  • Taught by an international faculty who will share their internationally-recognised research in multidisciplinary AI and Data Analytics.
  • Our Grand Challenges lecture series invites speakers to provide fresh perspectives on the political, ethical and intellectual problems we face as a world today.
  • Hack Keele, a free student society for tech-minded individuals host weekly lab sessions to meet up, learn and share their diverse experience, which ranges from AI to ethical hacking.
  • The Business School’s Bloomberg Lab provides access to the world’s most powerful and widely used platforms of information in the finance industry. Students have the opportunity to complete the Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC), free of charge.

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