Master's Programme in Global Management of Innovation and Technology
In current business ecosystems, multinational enterprises and new start-ups around the world are continuously looking for talented graduates with an international mindset and understanding of how to manage innovations and new technologies.
Novel innovations and technology are present in all aspects of modern society and future industries with their digital ecosystems.
In this Master's Programme, your studies will focus on various engineering management aspects of technology-oriented and innovative firms of different sizes in various sectors.
You will be exposed to concepts that you will need to be an effective manager in a wide variety of areas in a company, ranging from creative design to product development, project management or commercialisation.
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During your studies, you will develop critical and innovative thinking, and obtain a global business perspective, enhanced communication skills, and technical tools necessary for business decision-making. You will become familiar with the whole process from ideas to innovations to business value.
Close collaboration with industry ensures the practical real-world application of new knowledge and theories. Already during your studies, you will be actively collaborating with Finnish companies, particularly in high-technology industrial fields. The connection with companies during your Master's thesis project will benefit your future career.
As evidence of the overall quality of teaching, this Master's programme has gained ASIIN accreditation.
Global Management of Innovation and Technology
Master of Science in Technology
120 ECTS credits
Tuition fees and scholarships
EUR 10 000 Non-EU/EEA students
LUT School of Engineering Science
Regular application period
1 December 2020 −20 January 2021
1 October 2020 − 31 May 2021