To be eligible for the Master of Information Management you must have obtained an academic bachelors degree that offered you a basic background in the field of information technology. You also need sound knowledge of mathematics and statistics. You will be required to submit a GMAT/GRE result. Good knowledge of the English language is essential. Unless you are of Anglo-Saxon origin, you will be asked to submit a TOEFL or IELTS certificate. If you have already completed an English-language academic programme at an Anglo-Saxon university, your degree will be considered sufficient proof of your English proficiency.
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The Master of Science in Information Management (MINFM) offers you advanced, non - technical training in information management. The emphasis is on the efficient and effective application and management of IT in various business contexts such as finance, marketing, HR, production, and logistics. The programme provides basic training in technology as well as in-depth insights into specific management issues. This will help you develop the skills you need to analyse information needs, design and manage information systems, and fine-tune an IT strategy that fits in with the overall business strategy. The key focus is on the preliminary design needed to develop and set up an information system. In completing your masters thesis, you can apply the acquired skills within a specific business context. Finally, a wide range of electives enables you to either explore specific areas in greater depth or gain a broader understanding through a multidisciplinary approach.
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The programme consists of a common core of two programme units and a masters thesis. You select courses from three domains of electives, which allows you to broaden or specify your knowledge.
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In the business world, IT specialists with highly-developed management skills are in great demand. Our graduates are trained to gain leverage within a company through the strategic use of technology. The analysis and management of information, knowledge, processes, and systems, in line with an overall business strategy, play a bridging role between computer science and business. Qualities such as strong communication skills, teamwork, and group management are therefore more essential than mere technological expertise. Our graduates pursue careers as information analysts, project leaders, and information technology strategists.