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MScBehavioural Science for Management

University of Stirling
United Kingdom, Stirling
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Tuition fee for a Postgraduate course at the University of Stirling can range from £20,845 – £22,825. Please refer to the university webpage for further information.

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At the University of Stirling Management School, the principle of responsible business, policy and practice is central to everything they do. This vision helps us to equip she students effectively with the skills to act as global citizens, capable of addressing the needs of society.

As a member of the Chartered Association for Business Schools, they have strong links with industry and were recently awarded the Small Business Charter for engagement with local and regional enterprise.

They focus on the practical application of behavioural science means that the students are conducting dissertation research projects in collaboration with organizations, including Siemens, Tesco and Iceland’s Cancer Detection Clinic.

When you join our Masters course, you also join the Behavioural Science Centre, a vibrant and world-leading research community. Reunion events give you the chance to network with students and faculty from past years

Career opportunities

The MSc Behavioural Science for Management is designed to help you pursue a career in business in areas such as:

implementation of public policy
regulation and policy development
survey research
consumer and social marketing
human resource management

Their unique Flying Start Leadership programme equips you with the awareness, knowledge and techniques essential for building a successful career and the course also provides an excellent entry point if you’re considering progressing to PhD research in this area.

When you graduate you’ll be ready and able to contribute innovative solutions to many businesses, governments and society. The specialist knowledge you’ll gain will be invaluable in building a long-term career. You’ll have the skills and understanding to:

carry out complex statistics, design behavioural experiments and implement behavioural research methods
integrate the knowledge and understanding gained throughout the course and use this to tackle substantive issues in business and policy
use your knowledge of complex conceptual, design and statistical issues to understand, critically evaluate and apply insights from emerging research in behavioural economics and related disciplines

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
Application period has ended

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
Application period has ended

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States