About

The graduate Innovation Project Management program prepares highly-skilled professionals for mid- and top-level management positions in industry, industrial policy, innovation policy, commercial policy, and finance, while allowing further pursuit of academic and research careers through Ph.D. programs.

In the 2019 intake, students will be able to select from concentrations in Financial Management, Project Management, Process Management, and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

Enter the degree program with a Bachelor's qualification and adequate proficiency in Mathematics, Economics, and English, and graduate upon gaining 120 ECTS credits, passing final exams and defending a Master's Thesis in two years.

Syllabus

Enroll in a curriculum giving you a robust post-graduate education in subjects including Economics, Project Management, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Innovations, as well as a number of electives, technical as well as universal, completing your professional profile. Select a concentration at the entry to gain in-depth expertise in a field of your choice.

Currently, students may select from the following concentrations: Financial Management, Project Management, Process Management, and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

Moreover, they may pursue their individual objectives by obtaining professional certificates, going abroad to study stays and internships, or taking part in research projects and conferences.

Curriculum

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Tuition

Tuition Fee per Semester CZK 66,000 (cca EUR 2,600)

Total Tuition Fee (4 Semesters) CZK 264,000 (cca EUR 10,400)

Program taught in:
English
Last updated March 14, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Sep 2019
Duration
2 years
Full-time
Price
10,400 EUR
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