Study your master’s in engineering management in Germany and inspire change in your organisation. Learn how to spearhead innovative projects with the latest leadership and management skills.
Want to scale up your managerial know-how and solidify your place in the field of engineering management? There is currently a huge demand across industries for professionals with engineering management skills and expertise, and the CMI-accredited MSc Engineering Management degree offered at our Berlin campus examines the most important areas of modern engineering management, while helping you develop the transferable workplace skills employers are looking for.
This master’s course will enhance your current knowledge and experience in engineering management, while exploring important topics such as bridging the 'communication void' between engineers and managers, managing technology innovation, and understanding the finer dynamics of risk and quality management.
During your studies you’ll not only learn how to manage engineering projects, but get an overview of the wider context of engineering and how crucial it is to have a customer-focused approach.
This degree will help shape my future by opening new doors for me as a professional. It's a stepping stone for my next challenge, both in academia and in my career.
Before earning your master’s in engineering management, you’ll study 180 credit hours divided over the following 7 modules:
Management of Traditional Engineering Projects (20 credits)
Competitive Strategy within Engineering Management (20 credits)
Agile Methodologies in the Business Environment (20 credits)
Developing People, Leadership and Capabilities (20 credits)
Introduction to Supply Chain Management (20 credits)
Analysing big data (20 credits)
Engineering Transformation Project (60 credits)
The way we assess our masters students provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your strengths and abilities. That’s why we choose a range of methods to keep track of your progress. These include:
At Arden University we consider applications on a case by case basis. If you have significant work experience, have qualifications you have gained elsewhere, or a degree or qualification that isn't a clear pathway to this degree - we are more than happy to discuss your application.
To be eligible to study this degree, we need to see that you have:
We also offer an internal English test for applicants who are unable to provide an English Proficiency letter. Get in touch to find out more.
At Arden University we are more than happy to consider, and positively encourage, an application from you if you have substantial management experience (typically 5 years) and can show us that you have the motivation to study the programme.
We’ll ask you for a personal statement that demonstrates your ability to study your master's course. We may also want references and evidence of relevant work experience.
If you have other postgraduate-level business awards you may be eligible for entry and/or exemptions. This will be assessed on an individual basis.
If you don’t already have a degree, and you’re not quite there with the required amount of work experience, we may be able to offer you a place on one of our undergraduate degree programmes.
Whilst you can read your study materials on your smart phone or tablet, to make the most of your learning experience, you will need access to a laptop or computer (we recommend one running the latest version of Windows), and a good stable internet connection.
Before embarking on your master’s degree, take a moment to get familiar with our staff here in Berlin. Our Computing and IT faculty members are a dedicated group of professionals who each have years of experience in their field, and want to help guide you towards your career goals. Follow the link below to get to know the faculty a little bit better.
No matter if you’re already in a leadership role and want to take on a more senior management position, or you’re just entering the field of engineering management, your master’s degree will ensure you reach your career goals.
I chose Arden University Berlin because they provide an environment to further your knowledge and pursue opportunities in a new field.
When you graduate with your master’s in engineering management, we want to make sure you have all the tools you’ll need to take on more responsibilities in your organisation. To prepare you for a variety of roles after graduation, we’ve designed this programme to cover the crucial areas of engineering management and transferable work skills.
As a graduate, you’ll have knowledge of:
Your master’s in engineering management can help you get that next promotion, or even get you started in the field if you’re currently working in another area. Plus, as a graduate of our Berlin campus, you’ll also have the chance to apply for an 18-month post-study residence permit to work in Germany.
With some further specialised training, you could set off on an exciting career as a:
The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) promotes excellence in UK management and leadership. The institute aims to boost career development across the management sector and connect you with likeminded professionals across diverse sectors.
As the CMI possesses a Royal Charter, they are the only organisation in the UK that can award Chartered Manager status to their members – the gold standard in management. They are also active in business policy making across the globe, and ensure that their more than 140,000 members are represented in policy decision making.
As an Arden student, you’ll have free CMI Membership throughout your studies, giving you access to a range of additional resources including a mentoring service and invitations to networking events both online and offline.
Once you’ve enrolled with Arden, our careers centre is easily accessible directly from inside our online platform, ilearn. The careers centre is here to help you discover the areas of your academic and professional life that you find most meaningful and rewarding, and then apply this to your career pathway.
Just a few of the career tools you’ll find in the careers centre include: