The Degree Programme in Information Systems Management from Haaga-Helia University of Applied Science leads to an internationally recognized degree in business information technology officially called Master of Business Administration. The goal of the programme is to broaden the skills of an ICT expert for managing business-driven ICT development projects and managing ICT services in international working environment. Understanding global business processes and management principles becomes a key competence of every student. The ability to actively search for new and innovative solutions in order to respond to changing business needs and technological environments also forms part of the student’s final competence profile.
The programme is targeted at students who are working during the studies and therefore the contact hours are scheduled in the evenings or in the weekends. Accomplishment of the programme takes about 2 years from a part-time student.
Key learning outcomes
ISM broadens the skills of an ICT expert for managing business driven ICT development projects and managing ICT services in an international environment. Understanding global business processes and management principles becomes a key competence of every ISM student. Active search for new and innovative solutions in order to respond to the changing business needs and technological environment belongs to the student’s final competence profile.
ISM provides you with a practical opportunity to extend your personal competences to a managerial and renewer level in the field of international ICT.
Graduates of ISM are capable of pursuing careers in diverse positions, such as
- Business IT Manager developing ICT strategy in line with business strategy
- IT Program Manager for large development projects
- IT Service Development Manager managing global services
- Independent ICT Strategy Consultant specialized in internationalization efforts
- Entrepreneur targeting global ICT markets
- Applied Research and Development
- Tools for Analysing and Forecasting
- Project Management
- Leadership Communication
- Leading Change
- Strategy in Practice
- ICT Management Best Practices
- Aligning ICT and Business
- Service Management Best Practices
- 18 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Deadline passed
DisciplinesManagement, Organisation & Leadership Business Information Systems View 11 other Masters in Business Information Systems in Finland
No English language certificate is required to be admitted to Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences!
- Submit the online application form to Haaga-Helia's Master's degree programmes in Studyinfo during the application period. Studyinfo has many application forms open at the same time, so please make sure you fill in the right application form. Remember to read the admission criteria carefully before applying.
- Submit the required documents to Haaga-Helia Admission Services by the deadline.
- Prepare your advance assignment and/or participate in the entrance examinations.
Minimum 3 years of working experience after completing one’s bachelor’s degree.
International9500 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 9500 EUR per year and a duration of 18 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 0 EUR per year and a duration of 18 months.
A scholarship system is available in Haaga-Helia UAS in every Bachelor's and Master's degree programme subjected with tuition fees.
A scholarship which covers 20 % of the cost of the annual tuition feeCan be awarded to a Bachelor level student who has completed 55 ECTS credits during two consecutive academic semesters in Haaga-Helia UAS.
A scholarship which covers 30 % of the cost of the last annual tuition feeCan be awarded to a Bachelor level student completing the degree in six academic semesters or less or to a Master level student completing the degree in three academic semesters or less.
Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.