Info about IMMIT
IMMIT offers you to become a “hybrid” manager with three Master’s degrees at the intersection of Information Systems (IS) and business functions – all within an international business context. This triple degree is a 2-year Master program in 4 semesters (120 ECTS credits).
For more information about the program or application process click here, this link will lead you to the Tilburg University website.
Benefits of IMMIT
Help international businesses and organizations set up, optimize and manage information systems and IT processes to meet strategic and operational needs. You will learn how to make the right choices with respect to new IT systems and processes.
In two years you will follow courses and receive three master’s degrees from three major universities:
AIX-Marseille University, France – Master Sciences du Management Spécialité Management et Technologies de l’Information
University of Turku, Finland – Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration
Tilburg University, the Netherlands – Master of Science in Information Management
During your master’s thesis the program facilitates an internship in an internationally operating company, providing you with fast track career opportunities.
Quick facts and details
|Eligibility||If you have a (future) BSc. degree, or a diploma of an equivalent level|
AIX-Marseille University. For more information about the program form this local university click here.
University of Turku. For more information about the program from this local university click here.
Tilburg University. For more information about the program from this local university click here.
1. Master Sciences du Management Spécialité Management et Technologies de l’Information
2. Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration
3. Master of Science in Information Management
|Language of instruction||English|
|Application deadline||June 1|
|Application information||For more information about the program application process click here.|
|Starting date||Late August|
AIX-Marseille University – France: The “Institut d’Administration des Entreprises” (IAE), Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management-AMGSM, was founded in 1955 and it was designed following the model of US business schools affiliated to prestigious universities. It is affiliated to Aix-Marseille (AMU), France’s youngest and largest university in terms of student population. AMGSM-IAE is perfectly in line with AMU’s strategy of academic excellence, internationalisation and professionalisation. For more information click here.
Turku University – Finland: Turku School of Economics was founded in 1950 by the initiative of the local business community. Today they are part of the multidisciplinary University of Turku. They are an accredited member of the AACSB International, which is a guarantee of continuous development of excellence in education and research. For more information click here.
Tilburg University – The Netherlands: Tilburg School of Economics and Managment (TiSEM) offers a range of high-quality Bachelor and Master programs to about 7,000 students. The School’s academic staff is grouped into departements. Additionally, the School stimulates inter-disciplinary research by partnering in interdisciplinary research centers and networks. Tilburg Universit’s academic staff contribute to a range societally relevant topics through the cutting-edge international research on for example sustainability, entrepreneurship, innovation, market governance and ageing. For more information click here.