Take the next step in your career! The NIT Master’s Program (M. A./MBA) in Technology Management prepares you for responsible leadership and management tasks. The contents are specially tailored to the requirements of a changing working environment through a high level of practical experience and project-based learning.

Together with fellow students you will learn to plan and implement complex projects and innovative ideas independently. Our international community of students and lecturers creates an intercultural atmosphere in which individual learning is made possible through freedom and intensive learning support.

Flexible studies – alongside your doctorate or career!

The Technology Management program is organized in modules in classroom and group phases as well as online learning.

Classroom work takes place almost exclusively in the off-peak hours – on Friday evenings and weekends. Thus, you can complete your studies part-time alongside work commitments, working on a thesis or individual obligations.

Studies with 90 or 120 ECTS – It's up to you!

You decide whether you complete our Master's program with 90 or 120 ECTS. Depending on your previous studies and your personal goals and requirements, you can choose the total scope and speed of your Master's studies yourself.

For a Master's degree with 120 ECTS you will participate in additional modules (complementary modules) and thus collect additional credit points. The 120 ECTS study option is particularly attractive for foreign students who wish to apply for a student visa for Germany.



The duration can be flexibly adapted through our modular learning concept.

Recommended course of studies:

Master/MBA with 90 ECTS part-time
Volume approx. 30 hours/week = 3 semesters + 1 semester for the thesis

Master/MBA with 120 ECTS part-time
Volume approx. 30 hours/week = 4 semesters + 1 semester for the thesis

Master/MBA with 120 ECTS full-time
Volume approx. 40 hours/week = 3 semesters + 1 semester for the thesis


20 to 35 students


Start of study program
October 2024

Start of German-language course
September 2024

Application period
December 1, 2023 until August 31, 2024
> learn how to apply here


Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Arts (Work experience < 2 years)

Degree conferred 
by Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)

Credit points

90 ECTS or 120 ECTS



Tuition fee

Master 90 ECTS: 26,750 € + 150 €
Master 120 ECTS: + 9.750 EUR

Management studies for engineers, scientists and graduates of business-related studies

The Technology Management program is specially designed for engineers, scientists and graduates of business-related studies with a first university degree and excellent academic achievements. If you have any questions regarding aptitude or admission requirements, please visit our admissions info page or contact our admissions team.

Studying at the NIT has many advantages

  • A practical and project-oriented learning concept that promotes future-oriented competencies
  • International and intercultural community
  • Close contact to industry: internship and master thesis possible in a company
  • International lecturers from renowned business schools, universities and industry
  • Individual support by lecturers, tutors and NIT staff
  • Assistance with career planning
  • Living on campus: Modern apartments in the NIT Building
  • Global alumni network and friendships around the world
  • University degree from the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)



Together with the NIT the Rotary Club Hamburg-Harburg will award the "Green Tech Scholarship". The scholarship is for NIT students who want to realize a business idea in the area of green tech. It is intended to support the work of NIT students who create innovative solutions that have a positive impact on our lives and the environment.

Through the "Green Tech Scholarship" the recipient will receive all necessary tools to realize his or her idea. The students get opportunities, such as the NIT Startup Space, as well as intensive support from coaches, which also help to implement the green tech startup idea.


The "commuNITy e.V. scholarship" is sponsored through the association "commuNITy e.V." to support students who have already been intensively involved in social and societal issues and who would like to continue such involvement in the future.

The support is intended to benefit NIT students who want to become part of the NIT-commuNITy. In addition, the scholarship holder should be interested in supporting commuNITy e.V. as a student ambassador. 


We are proud to announce, that the NIT will award the NIT Innovation Scholarship worth € 7,000 for our next class. The scholarship aims to support Technology Management Master Program students with an innovative mindset, a high degree of social responsibility and a track record of high academic achievement.

Applicants should convince the selection committee by describing their suitability in the Statement of Purpose of the Master Program application.


In our Work & Study program, you combine our Master's degree in Technology Management with a job in one of our partner companies. Your advantage: You work directly in practice and can apply the latest findings from the NIT program directly. In addition the company covers your tuition fees with a full scholarship.

Both can be excellently combined with each other. How it works: In our Work & Study scholarship programs, you will generally be employed for 70-80% of a full-time position in the company. Additionally you will study for a Master in Technology Management (M.A. or MBA) part-time at the NIT. Since our Master's program takes place at the weekend, you can complete it parallel to your job.

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The Master@IBM program enables you to study for a master's degree alongside work. As a rule, you will study for four semesters at NIT. At the same time, you will be working 3 to 4 days per week (60-80%) in an IBM department where you can put your theoretical knowledge directly into practice.


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Wolfgang Höll


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