The highly specialized and interdisciplinary M.Sc. in "Media, Management and Digital Technologies" was created in order to train future leaders and founders in digital businesses that show a high level of expertise in the intersection of management and digital technologies. Therefore, the main goal is to attract talented and ambitious students from all over Europe and other parts of the world with study backgrounds in business and informatics (computer science) or related integrated programs. The MMT is a consecutive four-semester Master of Science (M.Sc.) program fully taught in English (no German language skills required). It is jointly offered by the Munich School of Management and the Institute for Informatics of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU). In general, there are no tuition fees for Study programms at the LMU.
The MMT program offers:
one of Europe's most renowned universities in a city with a very high living quality,
a unique and future-oriented course structure with highly relevant practical content,
small groups for maximized learning success,
teaching by leading scientists and researchers in their field,
collaborations with well-known corporate partners in Europe's prime digital media hub,
numerous career perspectives, especially in industries that extensively use digital technologies - but also as founders or in academia.
The course structure consists of five major building blocks:
Business and Technology: Courses that integrate content from business and informatics. All course formats are highly interactive and will be partly conducted in close collaboration with company partners.
Media Business: Courses address media-related topics from a business perspective (e.g. Digital Products and Services and Electronic Markets).
Media Technologies: Courses are offered by the Institute for Informatics and address media-related issues from a technological perspective.
Electives: Students have the opportunity to elect courses from business and informatics according to their preferences and interests. A broad catalog of courses is provided by both faculties.
Finale Module: During their 4th semester, students write their master thesis about a relevant topic at one of the participating institutes from the Munich School of Management or the Institute for Informatics.
Candidates need a completed bachelor's degree with relevant credits in both business administration and informatics. This can either be a Bachelor's in business with a minor in informatics and vice versa. Graduates of integrated programs like media informatics or information systems are also highly invited to apply for the program. Applicants need to prove their English language skills. Knowledge of the German language is no prerequisite. You can apply for the MMT program on a yearly basis. An application is possible from 1st February to 15th May of the year in which you would like to commence your studies.