Three semesters - Full time. 90 ECTS
Today, information technology (IT) is the cornerstone of any business in any market. This master’s degree empowers graduates to deal with a wide range of IT disciplines and equips them with the management skills that they need to become IT managers and IT experts in their future jobs. The wide range of technologies presented on the master’s degree and the analysis and development of real cases provide a realistic scenario in which students are guided through their initial contact with real-world cases. These professionals are highly in demand, as all kind of industries need IT experts and managers in their organizations. The EU has recently announced that there will be almost 825,000 IT vacancies by 2020. The versatility and expertise in a range of technologies of graduates of this master’s degree will ensure their prevalence in the IT job market.
The master’s degree is divided into two modules: Direction and Management and Information Technologies. Click on the course unit details below for more information.
These courses are not taught every semester. Check FIB website for course availability.
The admission period to start the Master programme in September 2021, is open from 25 February to 5 June, 2021.
The admission period is divided into two periods:
The notification from 11 June will include a waiting list with all the candidates whose position in the candidates list is higher than the number of places offered in the Master. The list will be ordered by candidates access mark. The candidates in that list can become admitted if some of the candidates firstly admitted decide to give up their seat.
Admitted candidates must accept their admission and confirm it with the payment of the allocation fee before 17 June, 2021. After that day, we will understand that they give up their seat, so their admission will be revoked and the place assigned to the following candidate in the waiting list.
The official list of accepted candidates will be published on 18 June, 2021, on the FIB website, in the "Enrollment" section of each Master programme.
Students whose mother tongue is not Spanish or Catalan must accredit their knowledge of at least one of these languages at B2 level in the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR).
It is also possible to demonstrate attainment of the B2 level with an equivalent certificate obtained at the University.
You may graduate from this master’s degree with a double diploma degree from the UPC and any of the following universities. This will involve starting your master’s degree at the UPC and completing it at the other university.
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