Two-year, full-time program to begin in October

Lancaster University Management School will launch an MSc program in International Innovation this fall, according to the school's website.

The full-time program will take two years to complete. Students will be able to choose from five separate pathways, depending on what they studied for the first degree. The pathways are Entrepreneurship, Engineering, Computer Science, Design, and Environmental Science.

The program will include a six-month study trip to China, where students will work on projects with companies based in China and the UK.

To apply for the MSc program, applicants should have an honors-level degree or an equivalent professional qualification. Work experience is not required. An IELTS score of 7.0 is required if an applicant's first language is not English.

The program is set to launch in October. Applications are now being accepted.

For more information, please see Lancaster's MSc in International Innovation program webpage.

Image: Christoph Michels / Creative Commons

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