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“In this programme — the only of its kind in our region — we focus on consumer and organisational behaviour/decisions and social and economic changes.

Over the course of this programme, you will become a professional with high-level interdisciplinary skills, who possess economic, psychological and research methodology skills, able to interpret and – by metering – forecast human economic and organisational behaviour, thinking and decision-making processes.

Entry requirements:
Undergraduate degree meeting minimum credit requirements (see above)

Entrance exam:
You must produce a valid certificate in any of the following tests before the entrance exam period (1 April) with the minimum scores stated.
-GMAT (500)
-GRE (300)
-NMAT (165)
-GMAT FE (485).

Note: meeting the minimum score does not guarantee admission, but you will be ineligible if you don’t meet this requirement. The actual threshold will be set by the Dean in late April.

Your result will be converted into a percentage ‘admissions score’.

Additionally if you have an admission score between 65 and 74 based on your test score (the conversion table is available in our Admission Regulations) you will be invited to do an interview that you must pass to gain acceptance.

Important: If you have a 5 (A) or 4 (B) grade degree from an AACSB/EQUIS accredited or CEMS member university you don’t need to submit a test certificate or take part in the interview. This only applies if you already have your degree before 1 April.”

Career opportunities

Our graduates progress to roles in areas such as:
-Marketing, Advertising, Media, PR
-Decision Analysis or Consultancy
-Financial Services
-Education & Research.

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