Presentation: Master of Science Information and Communication Technology Business Management
The MSc in ICT Business Management is aimed at training students who will be able to integrate the ICT sector dimension with the Business Management dimension.
Accounting and finance, marketing management, Economics, international business law, human resources management, French as a foreign language, relational databases, policy and regulation of ICT in Europe, data analysis , platforms and digital ecosystems, global telecommunications, customer relationship management, innovation project management and marketing, Mobile telecommunications business simulation…
- September to september
- Duration 24 months
- Three semesters of classes and a one-semester student internship
Qualifications/expertise after completing the program
Target positions are management positions, analyst and researcher positions for the global ICT-based industry (i.e Telecom, Computing, Media and content provision).
- Bachelor degree or equivalent undergraduate
- English Test
Applications have to be made exclusively online with secured online payment.
Applicant who wishes to join one of our Master of Sciences program must meet the academic and language requirements to be selected.
- Step1: you fill in the online registration form and select the program you choose.
- Step2: when your registration is confirmed :
You receive an email with a login and a password for an access to the Student Portal. With this e-mail, you will receive the list of documents requested for your application.
- Step3: you add your materials directly on line attached to the application form
- Step4: to finish your application, you will have to pay registration fees by credit card via secured online payment (80€ non refundable)
- Step5: you receive a convocation to pass a motivation and knowledge interview (skype) with the Dean of the Program and Dean of Postgrades Programs.
Documents like certificates, diploma and grades must be translated into English, Spanish or French. Copies must be stamped by a public notary.