Graduates of the programme have technological, entrepreneurial and managerial skills. They have gained the know-how and capabilities to manage or consult on activities in which technological issues are of pivotal importance. With the entrepreneurial skills they have acquired the skills to initiate new businesses.
During the MSc programme in Management of Technology students evolve towards managers, consultants, and entrepreneurs in technology-based, competitive environments. They are trained, multi-disciplinary technology analysts and decision-makers, well-equipped to work in a variety of technology sectors and to play active roles in improving the quality of technology management.
The recognition of the quality of the programme and the TU Delft degree in the labour market is reflected in the uptake of alumni in the international labour market. Most of the graduates (82%) have a job within half a year after graduation.
MOT graduates move into positions such as the following:
- Managers of technological innovation processes
- IT Strategy Consultants
- Project managers
- (IT) Consultants
- Business Process Developers
- Financial Analysts
- Service managers
Most technology oriented companies seek personnel with the types of skills acquired in the MOT programme, such as:
- Unilever Research & Development
- HSBC (Bank, Beijing, China)
- General Electric (Beijing, China)
- Sony Ericsson