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Prométhée Spathis
Coordinateur Education ICT Labs

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Course Program

The Master in ICT Innovation offers a two year programme in which you can choose two universities in two different European countries to build a curriculum of your choice based on your skills and interest. We offer a double degree which combine technical competence with a set of skills in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The Master Course runs over two academic years, and requires the acquisition of 120 ECTS (60 ECTS per year). The course relies on already activated Master Courses at the partner universities.

Common Technical Base

The first year of the programme includes a common technical competence base, which constitutes the curriculum for the first study year, and a specialisation that will be the starting point for the thesis work during the second year. In all, this compiles 90 ECTS. In addition, a Minor in Innovation & Entrepreneurship of 30 ECTS will provide you with valuable knowledge on how to drive your innovations to the market. All common base and I&E courses are devoted to providing the students with the theoretical and methodological background for the specialties. The first year is offered at the following partner universities: UPMC (Paris), TUB (Berlin), KTH (Stockholm), UNITN (Trento).


The second year is dedicated to the acquisition by each student of a specialtisation provided by the partners as part of the mobility plan. Each partner gives a specific training related to its own specialties but following the global objective of the programme. The ITA major offers six specialisations, each at a different location:

  • User-centric networking at UPMC

  • Internet technologies at TUB

  • Communication systems design at KTH

  • Wireless and mobile access networks at UNITN

  • Heterogeneous networking (wireless and backbone) at UNS

  • Internet of things at IT/TB

To meet the requirements for geographic mobility, the chosen exit point needs to differ from the chosen entry point.