Friday, May 10, 2019


Do you want to broaden your horizons? Are you looking for fresh ideas and inputs? Are you burning for innovation or considering setting up your own start-up?

The Master's program in Technology Management gives you the right tools and prepares you for the ever-changing challenges of the future. At the NIT program in Technology Management you will learn from experiences, test yourself, and work on your ideas in small groups, while receiving professional support from renowned professors from all over the world.

The course is perfect for professionals, doctoral candidates, and potential students with other daily commitments, as seminars take place on weekends. In addition, the time for self-study is designed flexibly to ensure everything is completed together and on-time.

The program will start in October 2019.

What should applicants bring with them?

  • a strong academic performance and social commitment
  • their first degree (Bachelor's or higher) in engineering, technology, computer science, natural sciences, or a business-related field
  • a high level of proficiency in English (C1)
  • an open-mind and curiosity
  • any professional experience (this is a plus but not a requirement for admission)

Partner companies are looking for committed students!

Well-known international companies from industry and commerce award scholarships to outstanding applicants. The selection process is ongoing and already open. Apply as soon as possible to increase your chances of receiving a scholarship.

Our scholarship providers can be found here: Available Scholarships

Are you also looking for a job?

You have completed your studies and want to gain a foothold in a renowned company? Or do you want to take on new professional challenges?

IBM, Illies, Secucloud, and wibas are looking for interested candidates who would like to work with them while studying at the NIT Technology Management.

How to apply? Check out here.

If you have any questions, please contact the NIT Admissions Team: admissions@bitte nicht

Further information can be found on May 28 at our information event at the NIT or on June 5 at our Q&A webinar.

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