Your degree, your way:
Tailored towards those with an existing academic background in engineering, our Master's in Engineering Management combines technical know-how with a variety of innovative topics from management theory and practice. The master’s in Engineering Management at IU is designed to train you in strategic decision-making and engineering processes, giving you the expertise needed to take on high-level management responsibilities in an international environment. Learn to lead in technical environments with this degree from IU.
#1 University in Europe: Join Europe’s largest private university with more than 75,000 students
Digital, Flexible, 100% online: We offer outstanding, innovative digital learning materials and a great online environment for success in your studies wherever you are with online exams 24/7.
Fully Accredited Degree: All our degrees benefit from German state accreditation and are internationally recognized in major jurisdictions such as the EU, US and UK
Study at a 5-star rated University from QS: IU is the first German university that achieved a 5-star rating for Online Learning from QS
International Focus, Practical Orientation: We focus on practical training and an international outlook which gives IU graduates a decisive advantage: 94% of our graduates have a job within six months of graduation and, after an average of two years on the job, 80% move into management. Plus, we work closely with big companies such as Lufthansa, Sixt, and EY to give you great opportunities and insights.
Scholarships available: Depending on your situation, motivation, and background, we offer scholarships that can reduce your tuition fees by up to 80%.
A short overview of your study
Degree: Master of Engineering (MEng)
Credits: 60 ECTS.
Start date: Anytime
Study duration: Standard period of study: 12 months (60 ECTS). Different time models possible.
Study model: Online study including online exams 24/7
Fees: starting from 117 euros per month, for extended study. Scholarships are not available to students from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland at the current time.