– A practical and global perspective of Innovation Management
– Skills applicable for larger multinational organisations to smaller enterprises
– Expanded perspectives of Innovation Management including Technology Management, R&D, and Product/Service Development with focus on the interface between disciplines involved in the process;
– Increased research capability focused on activities at the periphery of the innovation process.
All students take a common first year at the University of Strathclyde, then choose either to deepen study at Hamburg University of Technology (Germany), or to apply skills and knowledge in an industrial internship at Aalborg University (Denmark)
The programme is delivered in English and intended for excellent graduates of first degrees in Engineering, Science and Technology. The MSc award is made jointly by the University of Strathclyde and the secondyear institution. Graduates, supported by a network of valuable contacts, enter the international employment market working:
– with enterprises dealing with high end technological products and services
– as consultants making technology assessment and innovation /change management
– with governmental institutes dealing with innovation policy and strategy
– with relevant research and higher education institutions.
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE, United Kingdom (Co-ordinating Institution)
SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Australia
HAMBURG UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Germany
AALBORG UNIVERSITY, Denmark
Candidates admitted to the MSc will require to have:
– A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, at second-class level or higher, in an engineering, science or technology subject
– An appropriate level of competence in the English language, through attaining IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 232/95
There are a number of competitively awarded ERASMUS MUNDUS scholarships (approx. 17) available to applicants from Non EU countries and for applicants from within the European Union, a European Econonmic Area / European Free Trade Association (EEA/EFTA) or an accession state (candidate for EU membership).
The scholarships are 48,000 Euros in total for Non EU students and up to 21,000 Euros for students native to an EU country or having carried out their main activities within the EU for 12 months or more in the last 5 years. Scholarships can be used to contribute to tuition fees and provide a significant contibution to living expenses on a monthly basis over the 2 year length of the programme.
The closing date for both Category A and Category B scholarship applications is 31st January.
How to apply
To apply online please click scholarization.
– Applicants should upload all of the following documents to the application system as instructed within the form:
– Appendix / cover Sheet to the application (download the 2011 version here)
– Covering letter (max. 1 page) and summary CV (max. 2 pages) outlining why you should be considered for the course, and why you should be chosen to spend year 2 at a particular partner university;
– Two scanned letters of reference
– A copy of the first degree certificate, including confirmation of the level of award (GPA, if award level not stated on certificate)
– A scanned copy of an English Language Proficiency certificate
– A photocopy of your passport
For general enquiries regarding the MSc. programme in Global Innovation Management, and issues concerning Application, Admissions and Curriculum or facilities please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
William John Ion
University of Strathclyde
75, Montrose Street
G1 1XQ Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM