Business Intelligence and Smart Services
Do you look at a mountain of data and see an ocean of opportunity? Can you look at innovation from both a technical and commercial point of view? And can you see yourself using data and new technologies to create smart service innovations? Then you should consider getting a master’s in Business Intelligence and Smart Services. You’ll study service design, business intelligence, and business analytics, directly applying the knowledge you gain to a real-life company project. When you graduate, you'll have a wide variety of career options available to you. You could work, for instance, as a service designer, business intelligence consultant or big data architect. The types of organisations you could end up working in are equally varied, as companies, governments and research organisations are all looking for people like you.
- Smart Services Project: work on a company project and create an actual smart service
- Students with different backgrounds develop a common knowledge in Service Design, Business Analytics, and Business Intelligence, and work together
- Access to and involvement of the Brightlands Smart Services Campus in Heerlen, where researchers and organisations such as APG, KPN, BNY Mellon, Accenture and Rabobank meet
- Help businesses make customer-oriented, targeted and cost-effective decisions
- Combine new technology with data analysis and smart service innovation
- 1-year, full-time master’s, taught in English
- Starts in September
- Each week, on average: 8 hrs classes, 12 hrs group work, 20 hrs independent study
- You’ll get an MSc in Business Intelligence and Smart Services
- Preknowledge: familiarity with statistics and regression analysis; programming skills are not a prerequisite but may come in useful.
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