MSc Business Analytics careers

Suitable for individuals with or without a business background, this course is designed to develop the technical and the leadership skills essential in today’s data-focused businesses.

Whether you’re looking for a managerial or a consultancy career in business analytics, the knowledge you gain here can be used from day one in sectors from healthcare and finance to marketing and government.

The Bath School of Management has an impressive employment record, with recent campus-based graduates talking on roles in data analytics, consulting, auditing and software engineering, while some have started their own business or embarked on a PhD.

"Studying part-time while working helps you to stand out from other interview candidates and showed my dedication to my career to my previous manager and my new one." - Jess Crees, University of Bath online MSc student

Business analyst roles

Our Business Analytics online MSc can unlock job opportunities for business analytics in both management and consultancy. Recent campus-based graduates have been recruited by a wide range of organisations, including:

  • Accenture
  • BMW
  • DiDi
  • EY
  • Mazars
  • Nielsen
  • OPPO
  • Procter & Gamble

Career Development

How can I become a business systems analyst? Wherever you want to take your career in business analytics, we’ll support you to develop the skills you need to get there. As well as providing the teaching and experience to further your career, we can help you improve your CV and find your perfect position.

I can really do something and help people and companies to get more out of their data, which is exactly why I did this course.


Real-world expertise

Focused on practice in genuine business contexts, this course will provide you with the tools to solve a host of real-world business challenges, preparing you for a high-level executive career in business analytics.

The modules and the courses that we study actually prepare us for the future; this is what we are going to work on when we are in the industry, when we are working on a real-world problem.