Your degree, your way:
IU’s online M.A. Information Technology Management is designed to train students to successfully handle the planning, selection, design and implementation in the dynamic field of information and communications technologies. The programme will equip students with knowledge of the fundamentals of IT, from software to hardware, governance and compliance as well as risk assessment and leadership modules, enabling them to become leaders in the IT industry. It can be studied anytime and anywhere.
#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 Arts (MA)
Credits: 120 ECTS or 60 ECTS.
Start date: Official start date 01.12.2021. Start anytime
Study duration: Standard period of study: 12 months (60 ECTS) or 24 months (120 ECTS). Different time models possible.
Study model: Online study including online exams 24/7
Fees: starting from 98 euros per month (scholarships available), depending on study duration. Scholarships are not available to students from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland at the current time.