INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS

The interdisciplinary master programme Entrepreneurship and Digital Transformation enables graduates to either start their own digital business or lead corporate digital transformation projects to success.


Designing solutions for the digital world
Digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, or Blockchain will continue to revolutionize business models of established industries. Many start-ups build their value proposition on these new technologies. According to a PWC study from 2018 the contribution of digitization and smart automation to global GDP is expected to be about US$ 15trillion by 2030. This digital revolution asks for qualified employees and passionate founders to design innovative solutions that improve our business and personal lives.


Your key benefits

  • project work at the core of the study programme
  • interdisciplinary and international teams
  • individualized study plan
  • safe environment for experimentation
  • building strong networks


  • Unique Approach

  • Career Opportunities

  • Admission Requirements and Application Process

  • Curriculum (Overview)

  • Study Programme at a Glance

Application period for winter semester: May 2 - June 15

If you wish to apply to the master programme, you must first register for the online application process. This will ensure that only you can access your information Online Applicaton Platform


(Please note that you need to click on the link at the top-right of the screen to get to the English version)


You can submit your online application only during the official period from May 2 to June 15.


On the platform you will be able to add the degree programme for which you would like to apply and then enter your personal data, educational background, pre-study details and further required documents.


The master programme will start in October 2019 subject to approval by the Bavarian Ministry of Science and Art.


Contact

Ebru Turgut-Dao
Room: R 1.112

Tel.: 089 550506-34
Fax: 089 550506-15