Master

Building bridges between ICT and Business

Are you looking for a Master’s programme where you can explore informatics and develop interconnections between ICT and the business world? The Master in Business Informatics combines theory, methods, and techniques from business and organisational science with the tools and practices of information and computer science. Our interdisciplinary approach addresses key issues faced by organisations and business managers across the globe.

Successfully aligning ICT with an organisation’s business processes requires both technological and managerial insight. Our programme offers you a broad range of cutting-edge course content within a dynamic and diverse environment with students from all over the world. You can develop your specific talents, research interests, and future career opportunities by specialising in one of the following four career areas:

  • ICT researcher (PhD)
  • Business consultant
  • ICT consultant
  • Product software entrepreneur

The integrative and multidisciplinary approach of the Master’s programme in Business Informatics is oriented toward the needs of future or current researchers, consultants, managers, and entrepreneurs in the field of ICT.

I chose Business Informatics because of the informal yet business-oriented culture. We deliver knowledge that is usable in a wide range of situations.
Kevin Vlaanderen

Programme objective

The Master in Business Informatics prepares students to analyse information management issues in business environments and to develop innovative ICT solutions in organizations and society.

Summary

Degree:
  • Title: MSc
  • Master's degree in: Information Science
  • Programme: Business Informatics
Accreditation:
Accredited by the NVAO
Chroho code:
60809
Language of instruction:
English
Part- or full-time status:
Full-time
Duration:
2 years
ECTS:
120
Start of studies:
  • February
  • September
Tuition fees:
  • Statutory fee - fulltime: € 1,906 (2014-2015)
  • Institutional fee: € 18,850 (2014-2015)
Faculty:
Science
Graduate school:
Natural Sciences