Our MSc in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership has been designed to give students the skills to turn ideas into action. Delivered by leading academics and industry experts from Cass Business School, School of Arts and Social Sciences, School of Maths, Engineering and Computer Science, and the City Law School, the Masters delivers perspectives from the worlds of psychology, business, design, technology, creative writing, creative industries, leadership and law.
The Masters has a limited intake of maximum 20 students per year and is aimed at individuals who already have at least 3 years of work experience.
I originally anticipated that the MICL would provide core ingredients of theories, methods, tools and insights that could enhance my skills and thinking. It's definitely delivered these at the core. I have learned things that I would never have anticipated and challenged myself in completely unexpected ways. The subjects are intensely interesting, and you discover layers and layers of connections across disciplines, which can be used to create your own web of information and lens in which to view creativity, innovation and leadership.
Carrie Deacon, full time student on the Masters in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership
Dr Sara Jones was an invited speaker at the recent major EU ICT’2015 (Information and Communication Technologies) Conference in Lisbon, at which the EU launched its new research funding programmes. She talks to a large European audience about the Masters in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership, as well as our overarching approach.