The University of Geneva and the IoT Forum are Joining their Forces to Offer a Master in Advanced Studies on the Internet of Things
A Master on the Internet of Things with Top European Experts
The University of Geneva, the IoT Forum and Mandat International are joining their forces to establish a new Master in Advanced Studies on the Internet of Things. This new master will be hosted by the University of Geneva and will be taught by selected experts from all over Europe. It will provide a comprehensive education on the Internet of Things, encompassing the technological, societal and economic aspects, the programme will present the latest innovations and developments from the industry and research community.
Tailored for Active Professionals
To ease participation of professionals, the Master programme is organized over 1 year, with courses scheduled on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, plus 6 months to complete the Master thesis.
Who should attend
The programme is tailored for participants interested to shape and lead the strategy of their company/administration in the Internet of Things domain, as well as for those interested to develop and implement Internet of Things related projects. It will also set the basis for a regional network of practitioners in the Internet of Things domain interested in collaboration and sharing of experiences.
Why should you attend
The Internet of Things will be the prime source of innovation and changes in many application domains, from energy to transportation, from smart cities to agriculture and water management, from health to watch industry and wearables. The European Commission estimates that the Internet of Things market value in the EU will exceed one trillion euros in 2020. The Master is a unique opportunity to meet the best experts in this domain and enable you to play a leading role in this transformation.
Certificates in Advanced Studies and Individual Modules
Participants can also apply to attend only a part of the programme by registering for a Certificate in Advanced Studies (CAS) (6 weekends) or individual modules (2 weekends). However, the priority will be given to full master applications.
Practical Info and Link
Start: Mid-October 2017
Location: Mainly University of Geneva
Duration: 1 year of courses + 6 months for preparation of a Master thesis