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What will I learn?

This programme is developed by London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and awarded by University of London (UOL), UK.

LSE is one of the foremost social science universities in the world. Since its foundation in 1895, it has acquired a worldwide reputation for the quality of its research – 50% of its research was rated world-leading and a further 37% internationally excellent in the most recent assessment of research quality in UK universities.

In today’s world, technologies are becoming indispensable in many industries and professions, as well as forming the basis of much of business innovation. This programme focuses on how e-business and social media are used within business and administrative organisations. It aims to provide the understanding and skills for modern managers to utilize the power of both to improve the performance of their organisations.

This programme discuss the role of e-business and social media in contemporary organisations through an analysis of the underlying development and use of e-business and social media in the organisation. it examines the impact on markets, organisations and societies, also the technological and business innovations that have contributed to the growth of e-business and social media.

You are required to submit coursework, including computer-based work. You will need access to a standard PC with standard database, spreadsheet, programming language and word processor software. All these are available in the SIM computer labs.

This programme is not a technical one, but rather focuses on the business models and strategies derived from the technologies, as well as the opportunities and challenges associated with their introduction.

At the end of the programme, students should be able to understand how organisations and societies are able to exploit new information and communication technologies; also understand how social aspects are affecting the development and deployment of e-business and social media in organisations.

Which department am I in?

SIM Global Education

Study options

Full Time (1 year)

Tuition fees
SG$11,150.00 (6,29,588) per year
Application deadline

Expected February 2023

More details

Start date

Expected September 2022

Venue

SIM Global Education

461 Clementi Road,

599491, Singapore

Entry requirements

For students from United States

A full first degree completed in a minimum of 3 years duration on a full-time basis (or equivalent) from a university or an institution acceptable to the University of London, GCE ‘O’ level Mathematics - grade C or C6 and above or its equivalent; GCE ‘O’ level English - grade C or C6 and above or its equivalent; Candidates holding professional and/or postgraduate qualifications without a full first degree cannot be considered for admission to the Graduate Entry Route. University of London International Programmes graduates from the same range of degrees under the academic direction of LSE cannot be considered for the Graduate Entry Route or for the Graduate Diploma. English Language Proficiency: paper-based TOEFL – 550, Internet-based TOEFL - 79 (no section score below 15), IELTS - 6.5 (no subsection score below 6.0), PTE Academic - 55 (no subsection score below 50), SAT I ERWS – 550, ACT (English AND Reading sections) – 20, International Baccalaureate (IB) - Diploma Higher Level English A1 or A2 – 4.

For international students

  • A full first degree completed in a minimum of 3 years duration on a full-time basis (or equivalent) from a university or an institution acceptable to the University of London,
  • GCE ‘O’ level Mathematics - grade C or C6 and above or its equivalent
  • GCE ‘O’ level English - grade C or C6 and above or its equivalent

Candidates holding professional and/or postgraduate qualifications without a full first degree cannot be considered for admission to the Graduate Entry Route.

University of London graduates from the same range of degrees under the academic direction of LSE cannot be considered for the Graduate Entry Route or for the Graduate Diploma.

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