The GTIME course annually kicks off...
... at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) as the host of this unique Joint Master’s programme in October. The German university, which was founded in 1978, focusses on various technological and managerial disciplines in a variety of institutes and lies the profound base of knowledge for the Master’s programme.
The core qualification taught during the first year focuses on providing a general understanding of innovation- and technology management which the specialisations in the second year are built upon. Key areas of research are marketing in the context of innovation, product planning and technology management, the global management of innovation and entrepreneurship. These areas are complemented by optional modules specialising in other related scientific fields.
During the first year at TUHH the GTIME students improve on their skills to engage in a global corporate environment, learn how to manage innovation related processes and foster their academic research capabilities. All this is needed in each of the subsequent specialisations hosted by the global partner universities.