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Master of Advanced Studies

in Management, Technology, and Economics

The MAS ETH MTEC programme is one of the longest-standing and most successful management education programmes in Switzerland.

We offer a multidisciplinary and practice-oriented continuing education programme of highest quality providing key qualifications for management positions. A variable study duration and individual choice of subjects make it a very flexible programme appealing to an audience with diverse education objectives. It targets working professionals with at least 2 years of work experience.

Find out more about the key features of our programme

MAS MTEC News

26.05.2017

Participate in the Entrepreneurial Leadership Seminar!

We are now welcoming applications for a unique learning opportunity: Study a real case on strategy and innovation in close collaboration with the top management of an outstanding Swiss technology company: Georg Fischer (GF). Read more 

09.05.2017

Swiss households could save energy

Efficient use of electricity is central to Energy Strategy 2050. But how much electricity-saving potential do Swiss households actually have? And which factors influence this efficiency? Read more 

02.05.2017

Apply now!

The online application for the ETH management programme Master of Advanced Studies ETH in Management, Technology, and Economics is open until 31 May 2017. Read more 

17.04.2017

New opportunities to reconnect with fellow alumni and to extend your knowledge

Starting in 2017, the MAS MTEC programme will offer alumni events focusing on further education and networking opportunities. In May and June our focus topic will be Project Management: In addition to a workshop on IPMA Project Management Certification, alumni can also take the Level D Project Management Certification. In autumn the MAS MTEC will host its first Alumni Barbecue. The upcoming events are a great opportunity to extend knowledge and reconnect and network with fellow alumni. Read more 


 
 
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