Master in Management & Innovation | Multiple Locations

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Master

in Management & Innovation

Location:

 

  • TUM Track: Heilbronn, Munich
  • Double Degree HEC Paris: Paris, Munich
  • Double Degree University of Calgary: Calgary, Munich

 

Language: English

 

Duration: 4 semesters

 

Start of program:

 

  • TUM Track: October
  • Double Degree Tracks: September

 

Fee:

 

  • TUM Track: 28,000 EUR
  • Double Degree HEC Paris: 38,875 EUR 
  • Double Degree University of Calgary: 47,070 CAD to Haskayne* and 14,000 EUR to TUM

*Fees for the Double Degree with the Univ. of Calgary may fluctuate with the EUR-CAD exchange rate.

Overview

MiMI

Bridge the gap between management & innovative technologies

Educating the Innovation Managers of the future is the goal of the four-semester Master in Management & Innovation. The program is aimed at young professionals who’ve had their initial professional experience and would like to bridge the gap between management and technology. As a graduate of this unique English-language program, you will develop the ability to foster innovation within organizations.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements

 

  • A bachelor´s degree or higher in any field
  • 12 months full-time work experience
  • A successful admission interview
  • Proof of proficiency in English (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge)

Additional for Double Degree Track HEC-Paris

 

  • Proof of proficiency in English
    (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS or Cambridge)
  • GMAT, GRE or TAGE MAGE (if applicable)
  • 2 Recommendation Letters

Additional for Double Degree Track Calgary-Haskayne

 

  • Either a minimum GPA of 3.30 (or international equivalent), or a GMAT test result
  • It is highly recommended that applicants have completed an undergraduate course in economics, statistics, mathematics, or psychology.

Program Structure

Semester 1 & 2

 

  • General Management
  • Project Work in a Family Business (TUM Track)
  • International Study Trip to China (TUM Track)
  • Internship (TUM Track)

Semester 3

 

  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Technology
  • Personal & Leadership Development
  • Project Work in Munich

 

 

Semester 4

 

  • Master´s Thesis

Learning goals

Upon completion of this program our graduates will:

 

  • ... be experts in linking engineering, natural science or social science and management.
  • ... have general business knowledge.
  • ... be problem-solvers for complex business issues.
  • ... be responsible leaders.
  • ... be leaders in a global world.

Ready to shape your future?

CONTACT

Get in touch with our program managers for a first consultation. We are happy to answer all your questions related to the content and structure of the program and guide you through our requirements.