Master Management of Technology - Information Systems
Students will develop the necessary technical skills along with expertise in strategic issues and project management in order to manage Information systems in diverse contexts.
In keeping with its focus on the international dimension the M.Sc. MOTIS will be taught entirely in English.
It is divided into 2 semesters of course & project work, followed by a 6-month internship in an enterprise or organisation in France or abroad. This internship will be concluded by the presentation of a Master's thesis.
IT professionals increasingly need to be fully involved in management-related activities, while managers need to understand the information systems underpinning their enterprises or organisations. Our aim is to produce hybrid managers with the necessary flexibility to successfully manage complex information systems and the necessary relational skills to manage the development of those systems within an enterprise or organisation.
- Foreign students: Bachelor's degree.
- French students: Licence (L3), Master 1 (M1) or equivalent.
- Each candidate must also provide evidence of a good mastery of English in his/her application. The minimum level required is as follows:
- TOEFL > 580 (PBT)/ 237 (CBT)/ 92 (IBT)
- TOEIC > 800
- IELTS level 6.5/ 7
- Cambridge Advanced English
Some examples of internships 2010
Axa Group Solutions, Paris France
Project co-ordinator - financial & reporting solutions
Northgate Arinso, Paris, France
Junior consultant, SAP HR systems
Franco-Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand
CRM software implementation: CRM database management and web-based additional facilities
Strategic analysis of competitive forces in ERP
Le web pedagogique, Paris, France
Project Manager - pedagogical consulting & sales
Dassault Systems, Velizy, France
Assistant project manager - multimedia 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 & Knowledge Management
GEA Process Engineering, GEA Niro, Copenhagen, Denmark
Logistics - Confidential subject
Please note: We are currently considering applications for September 2012. If you are interested in admission for September 2013, please get into back contact with us in November.
The deadline for non-European applicants is the 24th June 2012, whilst European students have until 1st September 2012 to submit their applications.
Last updated January 23, 2018