The modules of our program are each designed as individual digital learning paths, consisting of classroom and group work as well as online learning.
Classroom courses take place almost exclusively in the off-peak hours—on Friday evenings and weekends. Thus, the Master's program can be organized according to your current situation and can be completed alongside a doctorate or a career, or, for example, parallel to family responsibilities.
For 20 years, the NIT has attracted outstanding students and lecturers from all over the world. They benefit from an international and intercultural atmosphere in which ideas are openly discussed and innovative projects are put into practice.
Management studies at the NIT have always offered a strong practical orientation that is promoted by a constant exchange with partners from business and science.
At the NIT, we reflect a modern, agile, digital work environment through our innovative learning concepts: we do not focus on lecturing, but rather on student-learning through many dynamic, practical, and socially-integrated projects.
Modules from the areas of classical management, self-development, innovation management, company foundation, and digitalization familiarize students with the entrepreneurial challenges of the future.
Topics such as ethics, law, and IT security further expand on important aspects of technology management. In addition, students can learn programming and familiarize themselves on real projects with relevant innovation methods such as design thinking.
In order to enable independent learning, each student has a real project at the center of their studies at the NIT. In the MyProject area, students implement an innovative project based on an area of business development.
This project can either be initiated by the students themselves or be an innovation project from one of the partner companies. Students can apply and deepen their acquired knowledge in the areas of corporate innovation and entrepreneurship during the internship as well as during the Master's thesis.
At the NIT, you can complete the Technology Management course as an M. A., an MBA or with a certificate.
Whether you graduate with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or a Master of Arts (M. A.) depends on your previous career.
In the area of certificate studies, you can complete individual modules or complete the five-module "Innovation Manager" certificate program.
The modularized study program at the NIT Northern Institute of Technology Management offers a variety of combinations through various study options: as a Master (M.A./MBA), as a Double Master (M.A./MBA in combination with an engineering or natural science MSc at the Hamburg University of Technology), or as a certificate study—for example, receiving a certificate in Innovation Management.
Be both: an engineer or scientist AND a technology manager. In our double degree Master’s program, you study an M. Sc. (in English or German) at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) and at the same time, a Master’s in Technology Management (in English) at the NIT.
Take your next career step! The NIT's MBA/Master Program in Technology Management is designed for ambitious engineers, scientists and graduates of business-related studies from around the world, who strive to become responsible technology managers in a modern and agile working environment.
You take part in individual modules of the curriculum and receive a certificate upon successful completion.
If you complete several modules from the MyProject area, you can complete them with the "Innovation Manager" certificate.
There are many ways to support you in financing your studies. Outstanding applicants can benefit from scholarships from our partner companies. In addition, we recommend applying for scholarships from foundations and associations. Additionally, we would be happy to advise you and help you arrange student loans.
Students from all over the world live and learn together on the NIT campus. The NIT offers more than 60 apartments on the upper floors of the NIT building directly on campus. Student assistants are available to answer students' questions and make it easier for them to settle in in Hamburg and on campus.
The NIT and the IMW e.V. invite you to the discussion forum "Leadership in the Digital Age" on September 17th, 2019 at 6 p.m. at the NIT.
The NIT graduates of 2019 receive their MBA and MA certificates on Friday, September 27, 2019 at the Audimax I on the TUHH campus.
The NIT Alumni Network invited all former students to come back home! This year's homecoming weekend will take place at the NIT. WELCOME BACK!