Digital Transformation & Information Technology

Digital Transformation and Information Technology Courses

Digital and information technologies are intrinsic to the way we run and grow our businesses, the communication methods that are employed as well as the powerful role of data.

The University of Manchester is home to a major interdisciplinary network that brings together more than 1700 researchers. Digital Futures collaboratively tackles important research problems and works with external partners to support Greater Manchester's ambitions as a leading digital city, addressing the issues facing the world in the 21st century.

At AMBS, we are at the forefront of the conversation, leading research and teaching with expertise across a multitude of sectors which includes our Centre for Financial Technologies (FinTech) Studies, our new knowledge and research hub for digital advancements in the financial sector.


Short courses for professionals

Our short courses for professionals (Executive Education), expand knowledge across Cyber Security and Digital Transformation, key areas of rapid development across many sectors. Each programme has been developed to drive expertise and skills that can be implemented by current and aspiring leaders across all workplace environments.


The School offers a unique Undergraduate degree, Informational Technology Management for Business, developed in collaboration with over 60 global blue-chip employers, which aims to develop skills that span the challenging middle ground between business and IT.

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