Career Success

The Master's in Information Systems provides a thorough grounding in the theoretical principles of information systems while developing effective practical skills. The program prepares students for a wide range of careers in business and management with an IT focus.

Many of our graduates find employment in operational IT departments, in software development, or with IT service providers. The program equips students with the skills and expertise required to tackle challenging careers, and our students have been hired to positions including:

  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
  • Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
  • Software architect
  • IT project manager
  • IT consultant
  • IT service manager

Our graduates are sought after by operational departments in which informatics and information technology are core elements. These include companies with managerial positions in purchasing, organization, production, and supply chain management, and large service providers seeking a combination of management skills and IT skills.

The Master's in Information Systems offers very good prospects for careers in the business intelligence and marketing departments of banks, insurance companies, and telecommunications service providers. Graduates can also move into market research and customer relationship management, where good organizational skills and the ability to analyze large amounts of data, paired with marketing expertise, are essential.

Marcus Fienhold, is employed by Price Waterhouse Coopers

Marcus Fienhold successfully completed his Master course of study in Information Systems at the TU München and has been working since the end of 2006 as a Senior Consultant at Price Waterhouse Coopers AG.
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Florian Tremmel, is employed at the Accenture consulting firm

Florian Tremmel has successfully completed the Master of Information Systems course of study at the TU München and has been working at the Accenture consulting firm since the end of 2007 as a consultant in the area of Strategic IT Effectiveness.
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