Global Technology and Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship
The MSc. in Global Technology and Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship (GTIME) is a unique 2-year programme offered jointly by internationally distinguished universities with extraordinary competences in the field of Technology and Innovation Management as well as Entrepreneurship. This programme, for which tuition fees have to be paid, will start in October 2018.
The MSc. GTIME enables graduates of first degrees in engineering, business/economics, science and technology to successfully manage the innovation process across international boundaries.
GTIME students have the opportunity to study at two international universities, with the programme's delivery over two years providing a greater depth of learning, more industrial engagement and a rich cultural experience.
The consortium consists of following partners: Aalborg University (Denmark), Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Manipal University (India), Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (Japan), Hamburg University of Technology (Germany) and University of Strathclyde (Scotland).
All students will spend their first academic year (semester 1 and 2) at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) before they move on to their second-year destination.
Table: GTIME structure and course direction
GTIME Structure and Course Direction:
Semesters 1 and 2 TUHH provide a strong foundation in the field of Technology and Innovation Management. They look at early and late phases of the innovation management process. They concentrate on market research for (radical) innovation, cross functional cooperation at the front end of the innovation process, managing innovation projects over geographical and functional/divisional boarders and preparing the market introduction of new products and services. In addition, they provide a foundation in the field of Entrepreneurship.
The course content of semester 3 depends on which partner institution is chosen. Based on their specific core competencies each partner offers courses which complement / deepen the study program of the first year (see table above).
In semester 4 all students undertake a thesis project at the institution where they spent the 3rd semester.
For detailed information regarding the MSc. GTIME (content, structure, tuition fee, partner information, application etc.) please visit the website: www.g-time.org or contact Dr Stephan Buse (mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).