To be considered for admission to a Master's e.g. MSc, MRes, MBA etc, applicants should have been awarded a Bachelor's degree from a Project 211 university with a final overall mark of 80% or better.
Preference is given to candidates with 85% or better.
Applicants for a postgraduate doctoral course must also be in possession of a Master's degree with 80% or better.
To be considered for admission to a Master's e.g. MSc, MRes, MBA etc, applicants should hold a Bachelor's degree.
Our minimum requirement is based on the university's selectivity ranking so minimum grade requirements will range from 3.0 / 4.0 to 3.6 / 4.0 depending on the institution.
Departments may require higher grades than those outlined.
You should have a First or Upper Second Class Honours undergraduate degree from a recognised university or the international equivalent in any discipline.
MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management is not a highly quantitative programme and is open to graduates from all disciplines, but candidates are expected to be familiar with a basic knowledge of maths before the start of the programme.
Successful candidates will be provided with access to online primer courses in basic mathematics and accounting to prepare you for the programme from July onwards and will be tested on this in Induction week.
Whilst there are no specific ‘A’ Level criteria for admission to MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management, you should be aware that some companies have very strict grade requirements for their graduate programmes.
Degree transcripts with English translation
GMAT or GRE results (recommended but not compulsory)