MSc in Digital EconomyKing's College London
About this program
MSc in Digital Economy
This program focuses on digital where digital implies digital products, process, services, business models, monetization and even orchestration. We will study what happens to the digital in each of these spheres and why the 'digital' artefact is changing how we work, transact, collaborate and control labour, institutions, and markets around the world. It will be a journey of tracing the digital artefact as it evolves and shifts, followed by an understanding of the societal implications of the change wrought by the growth of digital phenomenon. This program offers students a unique and compelling mix of theory and practical knowledge of the digital economy.
A minimum 2:1 undergraduate Bachelor’s (honours) degree
If you have a lower degree classification or a degree in an unrelated subject, your application may be considered if you can demonstrate significant relevant work experience, or offer a related graduate qualification (such as a Master's or PGDip).
English language requirements
English language band: B
To study at King's, it is essential that you can communicate in English effectively in an academic environment. You are usually required to provide certification of your competence in English before starting your studies.
Nationals of majority English speaking countries (as defined by the UKVI) who have permanently resided in this country are not usually required to complete an additional English language test. This is also the case for applicants who have successfully completed an undergraduate degree (of at least three years duration), a postgraduate taught degree (of at least one year), or a PhD in a majority English speaking country (as defined by the UKVI) within five years of the course start date.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the college website.
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- Micro Perspectives on the Digital Economy
- Macro Perspectives on the Digital Economy
- Research Dissertation
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please visit the college website for more information.
- Full time: £11,760 per year (2023/24)
- Part time: £5,880 per year (2023/24)
- Full time: £31,080 per year (2023/24)
- Part time: £15,540 per year (2023/24)
- Research-led teaching by faculty specialized in digital innovation and digital economy
- The ability to analyze the strength and value of innovative business models underlying digital companies and the public sector
- Case-study based teaching to bridge theory and practice
- Highly interactive and engaged teaching styles
- A focus on participation and presentation to empower students
- The ability to articulate your ideas both verbally and in writing
- A grounding in how digital innovation needs to be managed and coordinated
Our graduates will follow a broad range of career paths. The skills you develop are likely to be particularly transferable to work in digital companies and positions that need skills in digital business models, ecosystem strategies, social media management, analytics, CRM management, digital advertising, market research, and platform scaling and growth analysis.
About this institute
King's College London
King's College London is one of the top 35 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2022) and among the oldest in England (founded 1829). The university has more than 29,600 students, with just under 11,000 being international students from...
King's College London
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