- Stipends, tuition waivers, scholarships for top students
- International lecturers from University of Manchester, University of Ottawa, Seoul National University (Republic of Korea), Middle East Technical University (Turkey), George Washington University (USA), OECD and the other leading centres
- Opportunity to study 1–2 modules at partner universities: Seoul National University (Republic of Korea), Middle East Technical University (Turkey), University of Bremen (Germany)
- Double degree programmes with Maastricht University (the Netherlands) and Technische Universitaet Berlin (Germany)
Benefits for Students
The unique features and the main focus of the Master Programme.
Jonathan Linton, PhD, Professor at the University of Ottawa, Head of HSE Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies.
- The Programme pioneers Masters Education by taking account of the complexity of science, technology and innovation management and policy
- It broadens students’ horizon beyond science or technology or innovation towards an integrated understanding
- The programme targets at equipping students with competences which are frequently in short supply to companies and public institutions
- It combines theoretical education and practical experience, and includes international expertise and experience
- The programme teaches students a thorough understanding of how innovations are generated in daily operations and also of how the political framework conditions are developed, set and implemented and their impact on innovation management