As the employment market continues to improve, competition will continue to intensify. With a world-class Masters from the University of Edinburgh, you will develop the knowledge and skills required to stand out from the crowd and achieve your goals.

Knowledge exchange

Our powerful interaction with business places the School at the heart of cutting-edge consultancy, research and recruitment assistance.

Professional development

You will benefit from quality career guidance provided by the Business School’s student development team and the University’s own award-winning Career’s service.

Real-world experience

Our students will have the opportunity to establish connections with businesses and sectors by using projects to conduct research for corporate partners.

Entrepreneurship club

Fostering the entrepreneurial spirit, the E-club hosts weekly events including pitching competitions and business planning activities.

Our Masters programmes can be grouped into four main areas:

1

Carbon portfolio

Our Carbon programmes are centred on business opportunities and financial flows driven by society’s response to environmental challenges.

Carbon Finance

Carbon Management

2

Finance portfolio

Our Finance programmes are comprehensive and rigorous, and equip students with skills and knowledge that will prepare them for a career in the finance sector.

Accounting and Finance

Banking and Risk

Finance and Investment

Financial Management

3

Management portfolio

Effective management is central to business success. Our programmes are designed to provide an insight into the theories and practical skills needed for successful management.

Human Resource Management

International Business and Emerging Markets

Management

International Human Resource Management

4

Marketing portfolio

Our programmes aim to produce critical, reflective marketers and emphasises the integration of theory and practice with the skills and knowledge required by employers.

Marketing

Marketing and Business Analysis


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