MSc in Engineering Management

MSc in Engineering Management programme has been selected by BSBI from among the many prestigious international degrees offered by International Telematic University UNINETTUNO.

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Overview

The Master of Science in Engineering Management (Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria Gestionale) with its three specialisations: Project Management; Logistics, TQM and Supply Chain Management and Sustainability and Energy Management, has been designed by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO to provide the necessary knowledge and expertise to senior managers and leaders of the engineering sector.

The aim of this programme is to provide students with a sound understanding of complex engineering systems across the world focusing on different management systems. The emphasis is on engineering management in an international and local setting and the programme draws on an emerging body of knowledge and evidence to allow comparisons across different countries. During the course, students can choose to specialise in one of the three specialisations on offer.

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What will you experience?

The course aims to develop the ability to think analytically and handle the management and development issues faced by senior and mid- level engineers and managers. These include structure and organisation, planning and managing resources, reviewing and evaluating services and understanding the local / national and international context of a management system.

The course is delivered in blended mode (on campus and online) with full access to state-of-the art facilities. Students will also have additional access to course and reading materials via the UNINETTUNO platform.

Who should take this programme?

This course is designed for engineering professionals or graduates with engineering management experience who are looking to move into senior and top management roles in the industry. The programme is set primarily within the context of engineering services, but it is also relevant for managers of enterprises, international organisations and private businesses.

It is expected that students will be able to draw on their own knowledge of engineering management in classwork and assignments, and applicants without any engineering or management experience will usually be expected to gain such experience before starting the programme.

Why study this programme?

This course explores the field of engineering with a strong focus on management at all levels. With three specialisations which each focus on a different area of engineering management, you can tailor your education to gain the specific knowledge and skills required to further your career. This course also provides you with the confidence to tackle challenges faced by senior-level engineers and managers within the field, allowing you to overcome any hurdles you face in your career.

European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)

• 90 ECTS: 18 months duration – Location: Berlin

This helps student mobility in the EU when it comes to transferring credits from one higher education institution to another.

Course Price

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Berlin: February, May, October

2024 February, May: International students Price: €12,000 | EU students Price: €7,000

2024 October: International students Price: €12,600 | EU students Price: €7,450

Special offers: Up to 30% savings for International Students | 10% discount for EU Students

*Terms and conditions apply. Find out more here.

The School’s admissions process is subject to the Consumer Contracts (Terms and Conditions). Information on your Right of Withdrawal and our Refund Policy can be found in the BSBI study agreement.

Programme Structure

This programme consists of three terms (10 weeks each) and a term focused on your dissertation (12 weeks).

Teaching takes place Monday to Saturday, during morning, afternoon or evening sessions.

The modules of this programme are offered and delivered in blended mode (on campus and online). Students will also have additional access to course and reading materials via the UNINETTUNO platform.

You will also attend modules on academic research methods alongside your master’s degree. During your final term, you will research and prepare a dissertation on a topic of your choice.

(The pathway will be offered if the minimum class size of 15 students is met to ensure a good academic experience.)

Specialisation in Project Management:

  • Numerical Methods
  • Organisational Dynamics and Behaviour
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Corporate Finance
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Digital Innovation
  • Project Management
  • Research Methods
  • Dissertation

Specialisation in Logistics, TQM and Supply Chain Management:

  • Numerical Methods
  • Organisational Dynamics and Behaviour
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Corporate Finance
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Digital Innovation
  • Modelling for Manufacturing Systems and Logistics
  • Research Methods
  • Dissertation

Specialisation in Sustainability and Energy Management:

  • Numerical Methods
  • Organisational Dynamics and Behaviour
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Corporate Finance
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Digital Innovation
  • Management of Energy Systems
  • Research Methods
  • Dissertation

Learning Outcomes

In order to achieve the goals of the programme, the following objectives were developed:

  • To provide graduates with a sound understanding of complex engineering systems across the world focusing on different management systems.
  • To develop sector-specific management knowledge together with the technical and managerial skills to successfully pursue a career in the engineering sector.
  • To support the development of the next generation of senior managers and leaders in the engineering sector.
  • To support the development of a skill-set to manage engineering entrepreneurship, innovation and change.
  • To enable students to acquire critical appraisal skills for evidence-based decision-making.
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Career Progression

You will be able to handle the management and development issues faced by senior and mid- level engineers and managers. These include structure and organisation, planning and managing resources, reviewing and evaluating services and understanding the local / national and international context of a management system.

BSBI’s dedicated Careers Service helps engineering management students and alumni reach their career goals and realise their potential. The Service offers specialised support and aims to build long-lasting relationships with local and national employers. To find out more about the support available, visit the Careers Service website.

 

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BSBI offers you the opportunity to attend our Virtual Student Lounge to help you gain an insight into life at the school. Through a video call consultation, you’ll be able to get a virtual campus tour, learn more about our programmes, bursaries and scholarships, and get answers to any questions you might have regarding the admission procedure.

You’ll also be able to discover more about living and studying in Europe’s start-up capital, Berlin and find out more about the services on offer at BSBI.

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