The IMMIT program degree totals 120 ECTS credits, to be completed in 2 years full-time studies.
first semester will start in August at IAE Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management. The emphasis
will be on the foundations of international business. The semester will
finish in December.
- In January the students will move to the University of Turku in Finland to start the second semester. The main focus of the second semester will be on skills in IT management. The second semester will finish in May.
- The third semester will start at Tilburg University in September and the emphasis shifts towards integration issues such as the role of IT in business transformation, management of IT-based innovation and more specialized topics in international IT management.
- The fourth semester starts in February and is devoted to thesis work, which includes an internship in an international operating company. This internship could be anywhere in the world, although most IMMIT students find an internship position in Europe.
Please find below the general content of the IMMIT program (Academic Years 2015 – 2017):
Year 1, Semester 1
Courses at IAE Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management
Fundamental of Management and multicultural environment track (total 30 ECTS):
Finance (9 ECTS):
- Business simulation games
Multicultural (9 ECTS):
- Multicultural environment
- International seminar
- Language courses
General Management (9 ECTS)
- International Marketing
- International Strategy
- Project management
ICT (3 ECTS):
- Management of Information System and Data Governance
Year 1, Semester 2
Courses at University of Turku - Fundamental of ITC and research track (total 30 ECTS):
- Management of ICT services (incl. governance)
- Software Business
- IS Research on Games
- Research methods
- Language courses
Year 2, Semester 1
Year, 2 Semester 2
Real life experience (total 30 ECTS):
- Internship and Master Thesis
*Please note that the 30 ECTS are awarded for the Master thesis
Please note that the detailed content of the IMMIT program is preliminary and may be subject to some minor changes.