Why study Innovation and Technology Management at UT?
- UT is ranked in the top 250 universities in the world in business and economics and in the top 200 universities in computer science (THE Rankings 2020).
- An interdisciplinary programme combining management, innovation, digitalisation and IT. Turn your business ideas into reality with the help of UT sTARTUp Lab and participate in weekly start-up and entrepreneurship events.
- After graduation, you can work as an innovation or process manager, start your own company or work in the field of innovation policy or digitalisation.
- Study at the Delta Centre, which is one of the most modern centres of digital technology, mathematics and entrepreneurship in the Nordic region.
Upon completing the programme successfully, a student:
- has a systemic overview of innovation theories and innovation policy
- has deep knowledge in some field of research and/or application of innovation or technology management
- is independently able to identify and formulate research questions in the field of innovation and technology management as well as find suitable methods to answer those
- is able to collect, analyse and interpret data of company from strategic and operational level using suitable methods and evaluation criteria to measure productivity of the company
- is able to use different methods to analyse company business processes to propose improvements and to measure implementation efficency
- is able to do business with digital products and manage those
- is familiar with developments in technology and has a positive attitude towards life-long learning
- is collaborative and can communicate with different stakeholders, is able to lead meetings and workshops
After graduation, students have an opportunity to work as innovation or process managers in any company that is already implementing or planning to implement ICT solutions in their processes. Students also have the ability to start their own company, especially as a consultation business in implementing ICT solutions, or work in public sector in the filed of innovation policy or digitalisation. Student can also continue their studies at PhD level.
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The Innovation and Technology Management curriculum consists of five compulsory modules:
- Basic module incl. practical work – 30 ECTS
- Specialty module in digital business – 30 ECTS
- Specialty module in innovation management – 30 ECTS
- Optional courses – 6 ECTS
- Master's thesis module – 24 ECTS
Research Fellow in Econometrics Mustafa Hakan Eratalay, Programme Director
- 24 months
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DisciplinesInnovation Management Technology Management View 4 other Masters in Innovation Management in Estonia
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent in economics, mathematical sciences, technology sciences (including IT)
- English language proficiency
International3800 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3800 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
National3800 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3800 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
Tuition waivers are available.
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