The M.Sc. International Technology Transfer Management (ITTM) is a unique program intended for anyone interested in an internationally oriented management career. The graduated ITTMs will mostly work in multinational companies and in an international context. The ITTM has been developed for Bachelor Degree holders in engeneering and business administration. Graduates with other degrees looking for a future career in International Technology Transfer Management are also encouraged to apply.
The main objective of the program is to facilitate a student´s professional advancement. To ensure this, the scientific and practical experience of the lecturers and partners is of a very high standard.
The course itself has also been designed to take into account most graduates´ future careers with its emphasis on preparing students for a working life in international environments. The in-course communication and collaboration technologies are outstanding, and the core units all have a uniquely partical relevance. Lecturers with industry knowledge and those who have worked on industry related projects ensure that practically relevant skills are impared. Further, the academic and practical relevance of this master’s program is ensured by the cooperation with IMBC.
|Degree:||Master of Science (M. Sc.)|
|Application fee:||150 Euro|
|Tuition fees:||15.500 Euro (2 installments; 1st year EUR 7.500, 2nd year EUR 8.000)|
June (application deadline: March 15th)
|Selection process:||It will take place via Skype|
Companies need to incorporate developments in international production technologies and processes if they are to stay competitive on the world market. Successfully transferring those technological developments at both a local and international level is the hallmark of leading global firms.
In view of this the Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM) has developed a Master´s Program (M.Sc.) of International Technology Transfer Management that provides graduates with the skills and know-how to successfully perform the following:
The program is organized as follows:
A Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with at least 180 credits is required for acceptance into the ITTM Master’s Program. There are no special prerequisites regarding the type of study undertaken in the Bachelor’s degree.
Good English language skills that correspond to Level B of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages or proof of English language Bachelor degree are required for the course. This language proficiency can be demonstrated with the following certificates:
German language skills are not required for the International Technology Transfer Management Master’s Program. However, a visa and residence permit is necessary to study in Germany.
You may commence the ITTM Master’s Program in the winter semester (beginning early October) or the summer semester (beginning early June). The application deadlines for each respective semester are as follows:
After sending the application documents (see below) you get an invoice to pay the application fee of 150 Euro. After paying the application fee the university will check your application documents within one week. If the documents will match the requirements you will receive a provisional admission. After that you will get an invitation for an assessment test (incl. a one week preparation seminar in India). If you pass the test you get an invoice for the first instalment of the tuition fee. After that you will get the final admission.
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