Study modelSTUDY MODEL
Masters Programme - Finance, Technology and PolicyMASTERS PROGRAMME
Masters Programme - Leading Major ProgrammesMASTERS PROGRAMME
The Institute will offer a combination of named programmes in key areas, as well as a portfolio of project-led, interdisciplinary programmes designed to address critical aspects of our shared social and technological futures.
We are developing a unique hybrid teaching model which will enable students to choose when to be on campus and when to be at a distance, as well as developing new kinds of vibrant study and interaction spaces in the EFI building.
We want EFI Education to be accessible locally, nationally and globally, and to set a new standard for world class interdisciplinary higher education.
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Leading Major Programmes
Major programmes are increasingly prevalent across the global economy to deliver critical transformations; but they need a deep multidisciplinary understanding of strategic risks. The complexity of major programmes with multiple stakeholders, technological innovation, new approaches to financing, governance structures, and data analytics requires wide-ranging knowledge and leadership skills. The demand for leaders able to navigate this complexity is extremely high within government and private sector clients, project managers, designers, contractors, delivery teams, project auditors, etc. Our MSc with its multidisciplinary mix of courses prepared through industry/ university collaborations will equip you with the skills required to organise for success, to manage for success and to develop the personal and collective qualities required to lead successful major programmes.
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Help us shape EFI’s educational portfolio!
EFI’s educational portfolio will include a suite of highly flexible, interdisciplinary, data focused and project-led taught postgraduate (PGT) programmes.
We are running a set of surveys for proposed programmes in the following areas: Creativity: Storytelling Futures; Education Futures; Future Democracy/Governance; Building Inclusive Societies; Future Sustainability, Creative Industries and Design Futures.
We invite you to share your thoughts on our early ideas for these programmes, to help us make them as exciting and relevant as possible.
Finance, Technology and Policy
The skills required to succeed within the finance sector have become more complex, with financial institutions, looking to take advantage of the growing availability of large amounts of data.
The ability to develop complex and appropriate technical solutions is now prized by organisations in the finance industry from the large established companies to start-ups.
Our MSc has been developed to equip you with the skills you need to meet existing industry challenges as well as be prepared for future ones.
Entry requirements and apply
Find out entry requirements and apply through the University of Edinburgh Degree finder.