Masters in Information Systems in Germany

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Information Systems

Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

Information systems is a field of study that teaches students the most important elements of both business and computer science to prepare them for a field in several industries, including those with large mega-corporations, private market analyst positions and even important government jobs.

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.

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Master in Internet Technology and Architecture (ITA)

EIT Digital Master School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Germany Berlin

The ITA master is a new European two-year master programme within the EIT Digital Master School “ICT Innovation”. The aim of the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) is to breed a new generation of technology-skill [+]

Best Masters in Information Systems in Germany 2017. The ITA master is a new European two-year master programme within the EIT Digital Master School “ICT Innovation”. The aim of the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) is to breed a new generation of technology-skilled entrepreneurs by enhancing high-profile technology education with a strong business orientation. For the field of ICT, the EIT has created through the KIC ICT Labs (one of the Knowledge and Innovation Communities), several ICT master programmes to combine ICT engineering on an advanced level with a business minor focused on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E). The goal is to make students that take part in this education the elite group of forthcoming ICT professionals. The unique features of this advanced level education are: A standardized I&E minor Mobility among universities (one year at one university and the second year at another university) Specialisation at one of the European top universities Personal industrial relationships for the students, including industrial mentors and internships at EIT Digital non-university partners as part of the study plan. Thematic area grounding and utilization of resources from EIT Digital research and business activities There are seven ICT programmes (majors), one of them is Internet Technology and Architecture (ITA) offered by a consortium of UPMC (Paris), TUB (Berlin), KTH (Stockholm), UNITN (Trento), UNS (Nice), ITA/TB (Brest) and UPM (Madrid). The first year consists of one semester of core courses on ITA and one semester on Entrepreneurial education. For the second year, students can select a specialisation and complete a thesis project at one of the industrial partners. Internet Technology and Architecture The technical major in Internet Technology and Architecture is a focused programme of study involving advanced networking technologies and architectures for the design and management of modern distributed computer systems and networks. This programme is in line with the challenging field of computing communication and networking technologies that has lately received considerable attention and is today considered as a major topic for most curriculum studies in IT. Programme The aim of the Internet Technology and Architecture programme is to develop a coherent set of theoretical knowledge and professional understandings and skills in computer networks. Emphasis is placed on understanding of current research issues as well as detailed practical experience of network design, development, implementation, and management. The first year will be similar at the four entry points UPMC, TUB, KTH and UNITN with four basic courses on the foundations of networking, network design and modelling, wireless and mobile computing, and advanced next generation networks. In addition, some elective courses may be chosen to prepare for a specialisation. This programme also includes an I&E minor that will provide students with both theoretical concepts and practical tools that will develop critical thinking in assessing entrepreneurship opportunities and devising appropriate strategies to turn ideas into profitable business ventures. The I&E minor consists two courses: The I&E basics course provides an introduction to business and management. The Business Development Lab will extend media systems engineering projects by a market survey, a business model generation process, and a venture development exercise. Students participating in the ITA track will be offered an internship in a partner industry or research centre of the EIT Digital to work on a thesis project. Directly linked to the master thesis, there will be an I&E minor thesis that will specify the requirements, strategy and business plan for the selected thesis project. Specialisations Specialisations will be provided in the second year. The ITA major will offer seven specialisations, each at a different location: User-centric networking at UPMC Internet technologies at TUB Communication systems design at KTH Wireless and mobile access networks at UNITN Networked Analysis and Experimentation at UNS Internet of things at IT/TB Technologies for Internet Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing at UPM To meet the requirements for geographic mobility, the chosen exit point needs to differ from the chosen entry point. Specific Admission Requirements A B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering, electronics, computer science, computer engineering or information technology is required. Sufficient background in basic data communications, telecommunications and internetworking as well as mathematics, including calculus, linear algebra and mathematical statistics is also required. [-]

Master in Embedded Systems (ES)

EIT Digital Master School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Germany Berlin

Embedded systems are everywhere. More than 98% of the world’s processors are located in embedded systems. Applications include a wide variety of industrial and personal systems such as satellites, robots, cars, airplanes, elevators, mobile telephones, washing machines, and health-care equipment just to mention a few. [+]

Why study Embedded Systems? Embedded systems are everywhere. More than 98% of the world’s processors are located in embedded systems. Applications include a wide variety of industrial and personal systems such as satellites, robots, cars, airplanes, elevators, mobile telephones, washing machines, and health-care equipment just to mention a few. In all these areas, embedded systems confer added value to the products by either extending the range of the delivered functionalities or by enhancing the quality of a “traditional” functionality that is rendered to the user. What are the career opportunities for Embedded Systems graduates? Many European companies are world leading in the field of embedded systems design and have a strong demand for highly skilled, creative engineers, innovators, system architects, and specialists. Europe also needs brand new companies that are able to provide innovative embedded solutions to address societal challenges, to improve the quality of life, and to boost the European economy and leadership. Why Embedded Systems at EIT Digital? "I found my masters course with EIT Digital very involving and fulfilling. It gave me access to two of the top universities in Europe and it's faculties. The business part of the programme helped me to envision my technical learning as real world applications and business opportunities." Shriraam Mohan, 2013 Cohort What is Embedded Systems Master at EIT Digital all about? The Embedded Systems programme focuses on enabling technologies and design methodologies for computing systems which are embedded as integral part of larger systems, designed for specific control functions of devices with various electronic and mechanical components. Graduates of the Embedded Systems programme will be world-class specialists and innovators in the field of embedded systems, capable of developing embedded solutions for new challenges in the cyber-physical systems and internet-of-things domains. The Embedded Systems programme has three entry points and seven exit points. The first year will be similar at the three entry point universities (KTH, TUB, TU/e), covering the common base studies on construction of embedded systems, embedded hardware & software, and models & methods for embedded systems design. The second year will accommodate the technical specialisation provided by one of the exit point universities (KTH, TUB, TU/e, AALTO, TUCS, UNITN, BME). The seven specialisations are: (1) Embedded Platforms (2) Embedded Multicore Processing, (3) Embedded Networking, (4) Mobile Cyber-Physical Systems, (5) Internet of Things and Energy-Efficient Computing, (6) Real-Time Systems and Design of Cyber-Physical Systems, and (7) Critical Embedded Systems. What are the goals of the programme? The mission of the Embedded Systems programme is to give students a holistic and multidisciplinary view and skillset on embedded systems, their underlying technologies, their development, and their integration. Through the combined technical and entrepreneurial education, students will get insight into the role of embedded systems in the modern society and ability to develop innovations into business ideas and high tech embedded systems start-ups. They will also be capable of taking on leading management roles in embedded systems and more general ICT companies. How is the programme structured? The general structure of the two-year programme (120 ECTS) is shown below. The first year (60 ECTS), providing the technical core (common base) and I&E courses, is spent at one of the entry unversities. The second year (60 ECTS), providing the technical specialisation courses, is spent at one of the exit universities. The selected entry and exit points must reside in different countries. This international and cross-organisational mobility is a mandatory and essential part of the programme. The teaching language in all the courses is English. Embedded Systems programme The Embedded Systems programme involves seven partner universities and provides three entries and seven exits. The partner universities and their roles are as follows: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden: Develops and implements the common base (entry) and the specialization (exit) “Embedded Platforms”. Technical University of Berlin (TUB), Germany: Develops and implements the common base (entry) and the specialization (exit) “Embedded Multicore Processing”. Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands: Develops and implements the common base (entry) and the specialization (exit) “Embedded Networking”. Aalto University (AALTO), Finland. Develops and implements the specialization (exit) “Mobile Cyber-Physical Systems”. Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS), Finland. Develops and implements the specialization (exit) “Internet of Things and Energy Efficient Computing” as joint effort between the two universities in Turku - University of Turku (UTU) and Åbo Akademi University (ÅAU). University of Trento (UNITN), Italy. Develops and implements the specialization (exit) “Real-Time Systems and Design of Cyber-Physical Systems”. Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary. Develops and implements the specialization (exit) “Critical Embedded Sytems”. Specific Admission Requirements A B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering/ electronics, computer engineering, computer science or information technology is required. The studies should include at least 60 ECTS courses in computer science, computer architecture, or programming, and mathematics including calculus, algebra and mathematical statistics. [-]

European Master in Lexicography

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg FAU
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Nürnberg

The European Master in Lexicography (EMLex) is an international Master’ s degree programme (120 ECTS) that has been offered by the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg since 2009. [+]

Best Masters in Information Systems in Germany 2017. The European Master in Lexicography (EMLex) is an international Master’ s degree programme (120 ECTS) that has been offered by the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg since 2009. It includes a joint summer semester abroad for all students in cooperation with the following universities and institutions: Partner universities Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem Budapest Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach (Kattowitz) Université de Lorraine Universidade do Minho Universita degli Studi Roma Tre Universidade de Santiago de Compostela [1] [2] Stellenbosch University Associated partners Universität Hildesheim Institut für Deutsche Sprache Mannheim University of Texas at Austin Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Basic idea and general objectives The master programme EMLex is an international course of studies that promotes the international and interdisciplinary training of lexicographers (unique in Germany and Europe in its present structure) teaches lexicographical theories on a high international level includes a distinct connection to the practical application of dictionary creation brings together students from different European countries. Post-graduates will be qualified to work both as lexicographers at a publishing company and as academic lexicographers in all fields of lexicography, starting from the conception of printed and electronic dictionaries and specific lexicographical tasks through to the technical realization of lexicographical products. Besides, they will recieve profound training in the theoretical field of modern lexicography, which will enable them to conduct scientific research or to work in an advisory position in the field of publishing and further education. The four-semester programme can be taken up each winter term; the second semester is completed abroad. The programme corresponds to the regulations of the Bologna process: The overall number of ECTS points granted is 120 (the modules have either 5 or 10 ECTS points). The total number of students who are registered for EMLex at the participating universities is limited to 30 per year, which is due to the particular design of the block seminars during the summer term. These seminars constitute the key components of the programme’ s international orientation. Students are expected to conduct large amounts of private study, because a considerable degree of self-motivation is required. The modules are either e-learning-modules, specific lexicography modules or import modules from other courses of study. The post-graduates will be absolute specialists Europe-wide because such a master degree programme in lexicography is unique in Germany and Europe, even more so with regard to its international form of organization. In addition to the usual master degree at the university, the students will receive an extra certificate in which the internationality of the contents of the studies is documented. Conditions of admission The admission to the master programme is subject to special conditions: A first academic degree with a mark above average and a special entrance examination (cf. examination regulations). A basic command of German and English, which can be deepened in the first semester, is essential for participation in the programme because the lectures will be held in these two languages. A proficiency level of B1 or higher (Common European Framework of Reference) is recommended from the beginning. Curriculum The curriculum places an emphasis on the following lexicographical topics: Typology of dictionaries, dictionary research, metalexicography, history of lexicography, corpus work, research of dictionary usage, user needs and preconditions of usage, critical dictionary research, functions of dictionaries, bilingual lexicography, lexicographical data, applied lexicography, work in the lexicographical workshop, lexicographical tools, lexicography for special purposes, terminology and terminography, computational lexicography, electronic dictionaries, encyclopaedic dictionaries, learner lexicography, lexicology, etymology. Soft skills include language courses and a computer science module. Funding The EMLex is being supported by the European Erasmus Mundus programme and can thus offer 2-year scholarships to international students with good German and English knowledge and basic linguistic knowledge. Application deadline: 31st January For more information, please click here. [-]

Master in Software Engineering and Management

Heilbronn University
Campus Full time 3 semesters October 2017 Germany Heilbronn

The M.Sc. Software Engineering and Management has been tailored to the needs of students who are interested in interdisciplinary approaches and seek a good foundation for their future careers. [+]

Where the technological, organisational and entrepreneurial aspects of software development meet, you enter the exciting world of Software Engineering and Management At the heart of complex, multidimensional organisations, software engineering involves more than just the development of modern information systems. Consequently, software engineers need to move beyond the boundaries of their job-specific expertise and enhance their professional profiles by acquiring managerial and interpersonal competences. Software engineers who aim to be future business leaders should not only possess such multiple skills, but should be able to translate theoretical knowledge into business practices, engender interdisciplinary dialogues and communicate successfully in an international and intercultural environment. The M.Sc. Software Engineering and Management has been tailored to the needs of students who are interested in interdisciplinary approaches and seek a good foundation for their future careers. CAREER PROSPECTS The global world is characterised by steadily expanding world-wide networks, on the one hand, and a global shortage of IT experts, on the other. As a result, there is a growing demand for software engineers who can look forward to well-paid positions in industry. Thus, the job prospects for Master students in this field are highly promising. Prospective employers of our graduates are internationally operating companies which require a broad range of skills as well as specific expertise in software development. Alternatively, job openings may be provided by small and medium-sized enterprises which develop software solutions for larger companies. Finally, by successfully completing this Master programme, our graduates will be well equipped to set up their own business or to develop and perform software projects all over the world. OBJECTIVES Job prosperity in software engineering not only depends on subject knowledge but also on project and change management experience. Moreover, intercultural and interpersonal competences are crucial for software engineers who seek to take appropriate management decisions and to act confidently and responsibly in a challenging business environment. For this reason, the Faculty of Informatics has designed this postgraduate programme to qualify first-degree graduates for management and leadership positions in international IT organisations. This course has been created in close consultation with business, industry and the engineering professions to ensure the employability of the prospective graduates. Cooperating companies are, inter alia, AUDI AG, Daimler AG, Bosch Engineering GmbH, Würth GmbH and SAP AG. FACULTY Heilbronn University has appointed a body of notable academics who possess unique competences that derive from their qualifications and professional experience. They have all worked in industry or commerce and understand, at first hand, the challenges presented by a global business world. Moreover, most tenured lecturers are involved in (inter)national research projects. Academic partnerships and exchange programmes with a number of universities all over the world allow our students to gain experience in an international software engineering context. Such partner institutions are Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland, Dundalk Institute of Technology in Ireland and the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in Spain. These partnerships may include projects with virtual international student teams as well as video conferences and other form of on-line collaboration. Programme Structure The Master of Software Engineering and Management can be obtained in 3 semesters. The first two semesters cover the following four major areas providing a sound theoretical basis in each field and preparing students for a number organisational and leadership tasks in international software engineering organisations. Computer Science Applied Software Engineering Information Systems in Business Leadership, Intercultural and Interpersonal Competences The final semester is dedicated to the Master Thesis which is accompanied by a colloquium. The thesis may deal with a topic of interest motivated by contemporary research or be commissioned by a cooperating organisation. Each thesis is supervised by two examiners one of whom may be an external professional. SPECIFIC PROGRAMME FEATURES The M.Sc. Software Engineering and Management offers a number of specific benefits and assets such as lectures delivered exclusively in English, a favourable student-lecturer ratio, an interdisciplinary curriculum, integration of management and engineering practices, a clearly structured and timeefficient schedule, sustained teaching quality by systematic student appraisal, state-of-the-art facilities, innovative forms of teaching, creative forms of learning, e.g. problem-based and blended learning. Using case studies and working in teams not only improves analytical and problem solving capacities but familiarizes them students with methodological and creative problem solving techniques and the relational skills which are vital for future business leaders. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Successful applicants fulfil the following entry requirements: An excellent or good German(average grade of 2.5 or less) or European Bachelor degree (minimum 210 ECTS) or an equivalent international qualification (attested by an ASK certificate) in Computer Science or a closely-related field. Candidates who have obtained 180 ECTS for their first degree can acquire an extra 30 ECTS in appropriate Bachelor programmes at Heilbronn University. An excellent or good German, European or International Bachelor degree in any other field if applicants can provide proof of additional course-related educational or vocational experience acquired in the previous three years. A high level of proficiency in English attested by the following scores: TOEFL pbt: 550; cbt: 213; ibt: 79; IELTS: 6.0 or CAE: minimum C; Results must not be older than 2 years. Why study at Heilbronn University? Heilbronn, a location of choice Heilbronn University is located in the heart of a bustling economic region at a convenient distance from the commercial and cultural hubs of Stuttgart, Mannheim and Heidelberg. Its three campuses in Heilbronn, Künzelsau und Schwäbisch Hall span the central Neckar region in which they embody the spirit of teaching, learning and research. Formerly a School of Engineering, Heilbronn University has prospered and developed into one of the major Institutes of Higher Education in Baden-Württemberg, providing not only innovative research but also attractive academic study programmes which are aligned to the economic heartbeat of the country. The university off ers over 46 vocationally-oriented as well as knowledgebased Bachelor and Master courses up to 8,000 students in the fi elds of Engineering, Business Studies and Information Technology. A partner of commerce and industry The greater Heilbronn area is renowned for its successful companies, many of which support Heilbronn University. In the past two decades, the close collaboration has engendered a series of future-focused, interdisciplinary study programmes which have been added to the traditionally region-specifi c courses of Heilbronn University so that it now qualifi es its students for regional, national and international organisations. International networks Heilbronn University has forged sustainable links with more than 100 reputable international univer sities enabling students to gain interpersonal and intercultural experience while improving their linguistic profi - ciency in a foreign language. Student mobility is further assisted by the university’s International Offi ce and by the academic coordinators of each faculty who advise students on the study programmes pursued abroad. An excellent learning environment Heilbronn University has placed research and instruction at the heart of its activities while committing to creating optimal conditions for knowledge transfer and learning. More than 300 lecturers and members of staff ensure a learning environment in which the students can thrive and prove their academic mettle. This is enhanced by a favourable teacherlearner ratio which results, inter alia, in effi cient teamwork and highly satisfactory learning outcomes. The modern language programme on off er comprises mandatory modules in Arabic, English and Russian as well as optional classes in Spanish, French, Italian and German as a foreign language. A family-friendly place of study In order to support students with small children, Heilbronn University runs a day-care and crèche service which is available fi ve days a week throughout the year. For this reason, the university has repeatedly received the prestigious German award of “Family-Focused Institution of Higher Education”. Heilbronn: a city for students Heilbronn is a vibrant regional centre which enjoys a diverse cultural scene including concerts, theatre, cinema, literature readings, art exhibitions, and other cultural events. Heilbronn city centre, with its newly designed pedestrian precinct, off ers a great opportunity to enjoy leisurely walks and shopping expeditions. A large number of cafés, beer gardens, pubs and excellent restaurants invites visitors and locals to relax and enjoy their culinary delights. Active students fi nd a large number of clubs where they can pursue their favourite sports. Public parks and promenades along the river Neckar are ideally suited for walking, cycling and inline skating. Students can also keep fi t in public swimming pools, on ice rinks and in climbing halls. In other words, the name of Heilbronn stands for quality of life. Forests, vineyards and parks are characteristic of the town and its surroundings. Heilbronn is famous for its outstanding wines which can be sampled by visitors and locals alike in cosy rural wine taverns and at the annual local wine festivals. Heilbronn has excellent rail and motorway connections providing swift access to the major cities of the area. Students also benefi t from a low-cost regional travel card which covers the university’s three campuses and the greater Heilbronn area. Heilbronn forms part of Franconia, a German region which is steeped in history and cultural traditions. The economic signifi cance of HeilbronnFranconia is impressive too. Local enterprises have produced many global brand leaders and export their innovative products to over 80 countries. Companies such as Audi, Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall, Berner, Bechtle, Bosch, Bürkert, ebm-pabst, Lidl & Schwarz, Mustang, Optima Stahl, Würth and Ziehl-Abegg, which have conquered the world’s markets, have their roots in this region. This inspiring entrepreneurial network, maintained and fostered by Heilbronn University, provides students and grad - uates with exciting international employment opportunities and career paths. International Student Services Whenever possible, students are allocated a room in the university’s student halls. All students have access to a constantly up-dated database listing furnished and reasonablypriced apartments which they can rent. Heilbronn University welcomes students who have special needs. They are given individual advice tailored to their needs on contacting the International Offi ce. In addition the following support is off ered to students: free membership in faculty-basedstudent organisations, detailed advice on handling residence permits and opening a personal bank account, guided tours to sites of particular interest, on-campus German classes, assistance in fi nding work placements and temporary jobs, preferential access to cultural events, ccess to university library services and the internet, information on the scholarships available to international students [-]

Master It-management And Information Systems

Fachhochschule der Wirtschaft FHDW
Campus Full time 31 months October 2017 Germany North Rhine Westphalia

The master's degree program IT management and information system with the degree "Master of Science" (M.Sc.) ideally combines [+]

Best Masters in Information Systems in Germany 2017. Part-time studies for Master of Science The master's degree program IT management and information system with the degree "Master of Science" (M.Sc.) ideally combines the latest developments and methods of information technology with business expertise and modules to expand the leadership skills. Graduates of the course to take, for example, responsibility for IT departments, the introduction of new IT solutions or the economic development of their company. Duration 31 months target group The course is aimed at graduates of computer science and technology-oriented business that would like to take leadership responsibility in a corporate environment in perspective. Pre-requisites 1) Professionally qualifying university degree in computer science, applied computer science or technically oriented business of at least 180 ECTS and with a grade point average as a rule of at least 2.4 2) resume and cover letter, setting out the study motives and personal goals 3) Successful completion of the aptitude test in the form of a job interview 4) Basic knowledge in programming, software engineering, databases, project management and networks (Proof of certificates, in exceptional cases, by practical experience) 5) English language skills according to the B1 level of the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​(CEFR)" (proof about certificates, foreign language testing, longer stays abroad in English-speaking organizations or Countries or external language tests. If proof as part of the aptitude test a language test is performed.) Organization The master's program is for career professionals in 31 months. The first four semesters start each week with a presence. More class lectures are scheduled on Saturdays. In the week synchronous e-learning takes place. The fifth and sixth semester are available for the completion of a Master's thesis and the colloquium is available. Tuition and Fees 31 months x 600 € = total € 18,600; off examination fee: 2.400 € [-]

Master IT Management

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Frankfurt am Main

As a university for the FOM professionals puts a special focus on the relevance of teaching content for practice [+]

Master IT Management

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

With Prof. Dr. Stefan Eickermann, Chair of Economics Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Directs a renowned IT expert to master's degree program IT management at the FOM University. Prof. Eickermann has published Numerous publications in international magazines. His expertise is included in the courses of the Master's Degree Program - as well as the results of research projects did support the FOM in this field of competence. Currently, the University Throughout the project to IT innovations in human environment. As part of its "High-Tech Strategy 2020", the Federal Government supports the project financially. As a university for working professionals, the FOM has a Particular Focus on the relevance of the curriculum for practice. Accordingly, in addition to methods of research, application-oriented topics: such as project management and software engineering are part of the curriculum. finish your degree as a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in IT Management... [-]


Applied Computer Science

SRH University Heidelberg
Campus Full time 24 months October 2017 Germany Heidelberg

The key position occupied by Informatics in the various areas of business and research requires a foundation in current knowledge that exceeds basic job qualifications. In our Master of Science [+]

Master - Applied Computer Science

 (School of Informatics)

 

The key position occupied by Informatics in the various areas of business and research requires a foundation in current knowledge that exceeds basic job qualifications. In our Master of Science programme for Informatics (M.Sc.), you will acquire this knowledge on a high level – even to the point of qualifying for doctoral studies in Informatics / Computer Science.

Programme core and objectives:

 

In-depth instruction in the most significant areas of Computer Science, with close ties to current research Incorporation of practical, applicable components into instruction, e.g. practical examples and individual project work with a high degree of self-directed learning Management competencies are a further distinguishing trait of the Master’s programme. As a student, you will acquire skills in international project management. ... [-]