Part-time MA DigitalManagement

Get the skills and knowledge you need to drive change in a digital world. Develop disruptive solutions to real business challenges.

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London, 2017
Apply by Jun 30, 2017
Sep 2017 - Dec 2018

Start and end dates: September 2017 - December 2018
September 2018 - December 2019

Fees: UK/EU: £12 000. International: £16 000. Early Applications If you apply between October 1 2016 and February 1 2017, and confirm your enrollment before March 31 2017, the following tuition fees apply: £11 000 (EU citizens) £15 000 (Non-EU citizens)
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Drive change

The MA in Digital Management will give you the skills and knowledge you need to drive change in a digital world. You will study whilst working and apply the insights and learnings to develop disruptive business solutions.

Learn how to kickstart digital innovation, build effective teams, manage complex tech-driven projects, and transform businesses.

This university accredited program is designed and delivered in close partnership with industry experts.

Enhance your skills
You'll learn how to apply design thinking to solve problems, how to harness emerging digital technologies, how to transform existing businesses, and how to manage innovation processes.

Make better decisions
You'll collaborate with peers and professionals on real business challenges in a range of practical projects. That will help you to develop the skills that leaders need to make good strategic decisions.

Study whilst working
You'll apply the things you learn directly in your business or organisation. This Part-Time program is designed to meet the time pressures and learning needs of busy professionals.

What you’ll learn

The program has five practical group projects, and one independent research project. Industry experts lead the practical projects. You will learn through a range of interactive talks, hands-on workshops, team challenges, and deep reflection.

The average time commitment is 1.5 days per week which will include campus days in London, independent work, and research in your workplace.

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Foundation Days
Build your team and create a group culture, learn the Hyper Island methodology and develop skills to enhance your creativity.

Design Thinking
Explore Design Thinking tools and processes, and dig into related areas like service design and human-centered design to solve complex problems.

Digital Technologies
Understand the power of emerging digital technologies through theoretical discussions and hands-on workshops.

Business Transformation
Work with business development using cutting edge business modeling techniques, case studies, and user journeys.

Managing Projects and Teams
Navigate your way through complex agile processes and understand human behavior in teams.

Innovation Project
Apply all your previous learnings to create your own innovative project. You'll research, develop, and test new ideas, or transform existing ones, in an area of your choice.

Industry Research Project
Find a problem in your industry and work to solve it. In place of the traditional Masters thesis you will identify a problem, prototype solutions, and share insights based on your research.

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Learn by doing

We challenge you to grow personally and professionally by introducing new ways of thinking and learning. Our methodology focuses on the 'process' of education just as much as the 'content', and we use that approach to build powerful learning experiences.

Study whilst working

Combine learning in school with learning at work. You'll spend campus days in London, combined with research and tasks in your business and at home. All the time supported and inspired by Hyper Island programme leaders.

Solve real challenges

Focus on design and entrepreneurial challenges to develop and test the products and services of the future. You'll work individually and in teams on real briefs set by real clients.

Intense, useful, fun. A lot of listening, reading, discussing and thinking - tons of insights - and great new friends who are both smart and fantastic to work with!

Herbert Neuwirth

Current student & Head of Programming @ UR (Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company)

A word from our students

It is an amazing luxury to be in a group like this. We share so much inspiration, coaching and knowledge together.

Lotta Schibbye Fredrikson

CEO @Hammer & Hanborg

Our graduates work for amazing companies and organisations

Proximity

Titan

JLL

Viacom

Hammer Hanborg

Leon

Titan

Roche

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  • What are the program requirements?

    All applicants are required to have the following:
    - A Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of five years relevant work experience.
    - Approval from your employer to release you for the study days and support your study during the course. You will need a letter of support from your employer to reflect this.

  • What are the tuition fees and what funding is available in the UK?

    The tuition fees are £12 000 for EU students and £16 000 for international students.

    For information on the funding options available to you whilst you study in the UK please visit our dedicated Funding FAQs.

  • Can I take this program whilst working full-time?

    Yes, the program is designed to be combined with full time work.

  • Are their specific dates I need to be available?

    The part time study timetable involves an average of 3 days every 4 weeks (Thu-Sat or Fri-Sun) in London, and you are required to participate in each session.

  • What are the requirements for international (non-EU) applicants?

    In addition to the above requirements for all applicants, international applicants require the following:

    • You must be in full-time employment within the EU.

    • You must hold a visa that allows you to study part time in the UK for a minimum of 43 weeks.

    • Study time with your group will be held in the UK, so you must be able to travel into the UK several times within the 43 week study period.

  • What qualification will I gain from this program?

    Following successful completion of the course, you will receive a Master of Arts Degree in Digital Management, a qualification that is recognized worldwide. The MA is designed in partnership with, and accredited by Teesside University.