Study your master’s in data analytics in Germany and develop advanced skills in data analysis and information management systems to become a leader in the field.
In the age of Big Data, organisations now hold more information about their business environments than at any time in history. Add to that today’s increasing focus on data about consumer preferences, production processes, the supply chain, and sales forecasting, and you can understand why there is a growing appreciation among employers for the benefits of hiring professionals with postgraduate-level skills in big data and information systems management.
The MSc Data Analytics & Information Systems Management course offered at our Berlin campus covers the most important topics and practices in the field of Big Data today, while at the same time helping you refine your management and leadership abilities. Whether you’re already leading a team of data analysts or want to take on a higher management position in your organisation, this course has been designed to help you achieve your next career goal.
While taking a deep dive into data analytics and modern information management systems, you’ll further develop your professional skills to thrive on any career path you choose.
I learn better face-to-face, so blended learning gives me an opportunity to do both face-to-face learning and independent online study. This is better for me because I need time for my daughter as well as my studies, so now I have time for both.
To earn your master’s in data analytics and information systems management, you’ll complete 180 credit hours, divided over the following 7 modules:
The way we assess our students provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your strengths in a number of ways. That’s why we choose a range of methods to keep track of how well you are progressing. These include:
At Arden University we consider applications on a case by case basis. If you have significant work experience, have qualifications you have gained elsewhere, or a degree or qualification that isn't a clear pathway to this degree - we are more than happy to discuss your application.
Our aim is to make learning as accessible as possible by ensuring that you can join us, wherever you are.
That's why we keep our requirements simple. All you need is a laptop or computer (we recommend one running the latest version of Windows), and a good stable internet connection.
With this one tool, you'll be able to access information, advice, support, learning materials and our online library, as well as create assignments, keep notes, and collaborate with other students effectively.
To be eligible to study this degree, we need to see that you have:
We also offer an internal English test for applicants who are unable to provide an English Proficiency letter. Get in touch to find out more.
At Arden University we are more than happy to consider, and positively encourage, an application from you if you have substantial management experience (typically 5 years) and can show us that you have the motivation to study the programme.
We’ll ask you for a personal statement that demonstrates your ability to study your master's course. We may also want references and evidence of relevant work experience.
If you have other postgraduate-level business awards you may be eligible for entry and/or exemptions. This will be assessed on an individual basis.
If you don’t already have a degree, and you’re not quite there with the required amount of work experience, we may be able to offer you a place on one of our undergraduate degree programmes.
Before embarking on your master’s degree, take a moment to get familiar with our staff here in Berlin. Our Computing and IT faculty members are a dedicated group of professionals who each have years of experience in their field, and want to help guide you towards your career goals. Follow the link below to get to know the faculty a little bit better.
No matter where your interests or area of expertise lie within this field, you will be ready to take on any new challenges you face after graduation.
I chose Arden University Berlin because they provide an environment to further your knowledge and pursue opportunities in a new field.
We want all of our graduates to feel confident in their ability to thrive on their chosen career path. Our master’s in data analytics and information systems management covers the full breadth of skills and knowledge you’ll need to reach your professional goals in the field.
As a graduate, you’ll have knowledge of:
After earning your master’s degree, you’ll see so many professional opportunities open up for you. As a graduate in Berlin, you’ll also have the chance to apply for an 18-month post-study residence permit to work in Germany.
With some more specialised training, you could find yourself in a fulfilling career in positions including:
Achieving your degree will help you to accelerate your career progression. But there’s more! Beyond the core programme itself, Arden students will receive additional support and guidance, developing your employability and CV even further.
Throughout your studies, you’ll have access to student support advisors who are here for you. They’ll help you to enhance your academic skills, guide you with your orientation and offer tailored career support. This means you’ll have guidance at every stage of your degree from our extensive community of students and fellow alumni, who can offer 1-2-1 advice for your future beyond Arden University.
Outside of this, you’ll also have unlimited access to our online platform, iLearn – providing you with all the learning resources and tools needed to excel in your studies.
Take a look at some of the quick links below to discover more about the student experience at Arden University Berlin.
Named the start-up capital of Europe, Berlin is home to a growing list of internationally-regarded corporations and has office locations for countless household names like Sony, Daimler, and the Axel Springer Media Group.
Students studying abroad in Berlin even have the chance to get their foot in the door to the European job market; international students are permitted to work 120 full and 240 half days per year, and graduates can apply for an 18-month post-residency permit in Germany to gain more work experience.
How does it work?
With online learning, you decide when and where you work through your self-guided learning materials, without being held to a set lecture timetable. If you’re interrupted during a lesson, simply pause the materials and continue later. You can also communicate and collaborate with your tutor and classmates through live online forums and email.
Find out more about how Online Learning works.