Degree: Global Management of Innovation and Technology (GMIT) (TuDGMIT_EM)
Period: 2020-2021

Learning outcomes:

The graduates are able to:

  • understand and analyze the impact of global megatrends on innovation management in organizations
  • evaluate, analyze and create strategies within an international context relating to products, services and technologies
  • make rational decisions based on gained understanding on decision-making strategies, frameworks, tools and analysis methods in global networks and markets
  • analyze processes and structures of organizations and identify their interconnected development issues
  • practice, plan and manage the build-up of product and service systems and business platforms for creating tangible and intangible solutions for techno-economic problems
  • plan and manage international business from start-ups to multinational enterprises with an entrepreneurial and innovative mindset
  • apply innovation and technology management theories, methods and tools to practical management activities
  • work and lead efficiently in cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary collaborative teams and projects, and communicate in a logical and convincing way both orally and in writing.


The Degree structure in Global Management of Innovation and Technology (GMIT) 2019-20:

Core studies 24-31 ECTS credits
Specialisation studies 65-72 ECTS credits (min.)
Minor studies 24 ECTS credits (min.)

Double Degree students follow their own degree structure.

Core studies31,00
Advanced specialisation studies65,00
Minor studies24,00
Elective studies0,00