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Modern industry development requires staff with the ability to manage high-level projects in international contexts and the capacity to analyse and interpret big data. The Master's degree programme in Project Management and Data Science at HTW Berlin equips you with this skill set.

The curriculum with its combination of project management, data science and know-how for international working environments ranging from negotiation techniques to international business law is based on our survey of major industrial companies and their special demands.

Classes are taught by university professors with a strong academic and professional background and by experts from the fields of project management and data science. In lectures, seminars, lab trainings and hands-on projects, you will be working together with students of different nationalities and backgrounds. The programme also provides you with numerous opportunities for contact with industry professionals.

HTW Berlin graduates are frequently ranked among the best by the personnel managers of the top German companies. The university is based in one of the most interesting cities in the world and actively contributes to its dynamics. The city is home to people from 195 different cultures and countries giving it a unique and diverse profile.

Course Structure

During your studies you will acquire knowledge of business administration with an international basis. The curriculum focuses on different areas of project and information management, various data analysis techniques as well as HR and marketing. Extensive knowledge of statistics is not required.

The programme is structured as follows:

1st semester

  • International Project Management I
  • Foundation of Data Analytics and Statistical Programming
  • Contract & International Business Law
  • Elective Module - See list below

2nd semester

  • International Project Management II
  • Advanced Computational Data Analytics
  • Change Management and Leadership
  • Financial Reporting and Management Information Systems

3rd semester

  • Project Management and Data Analytics Lab
  • Advanced Data Mining Techniques, Databases and Big Data
  • Practical Data Governance, Data Security, and Regulatory Compliance
  • Elective Module - See list below.

Two out of three elective modules (1st and 3rd semester):

  • Negotitation Techniques and Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Group Facilitation
  • Technology Management in Practice

4th semester

  • Master's Thesis

CareerWith a combination of a thorough knowledge both in the field of international project management and data science, you will belong to the highly sought after employees of a digital world going global.Our students work in fields from data analysis to medical sciences to marketing and in fields of employment ranging from consulting to services to manufacturing. Successful master students also apply for doctoral studies (PhD) at other universities and embark on a career in international research.

Tuition Fee

  • 4000 EUR per semester
  • ca. 310 EUR semester fees (including public transportation ticket)

Admission requirements
180 ECTS Bachelor's degree
at least one year of professional experience after acquiring your Bachelor’s degree
proficient knowledge of English (German is not necessary)
The MPMD study programme starts once a year, on October 1st.

Services and support for international students

  • A one-stop service concept is available from a dedicated programme office throughout the duration of studies. This is offered from application to graduation, even extending to alumni support. A professional programme manager is in charge of the provision of services.
  • Visa service: If your visa is not valid for the entire duration of your studies at the HTW Berlin, you can use our Visa Service – we provide assistance during the application procedure and will then take your documents to the foreigners’ registration office for you.
  • Full university services such as the career centre, computer centre, language centre and university sports are at the students' disposal.


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About HTW Berlin
The Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW Berlin), a university of applied sciences, offers 70 study programmes from engineering, computer science, and economics to culture and design. Traditional applied sciences like mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, and business administration go hand in hand with more contemporary and innovative studies such as information technology/networked systems, construction and real estate management or renewable energy systems technology.

With more than 13,500 students, 280 professors and 800 associate lecturers, HTW Berlin is one of Germany's large universities of applied sciences. It is frequently recognised for the high quality of its study programmes and cultivates ties with over 130 universities worldwide, thus maintaining strong bonds with collaborative partners.

About Berlin
Berlin is an extremely multicultural city of approx. 3.5 million people - with the cultural resources to match - there is nearly always something going on in Berlin. Whether you are into art museums, cinema, theatre, opera, discos or the café scene, it is certain that there will be something to your taste. Are you more of an outdoor person? Berlin is also one of the greenest cities in Europe - you will find a spot where you can get away from it all even within the city limits.

Berlin has the largest and most diverse student population in Germany. The 140,000 university students who call Berlin home give a great lift to the city's spirit. As the European Union expands eastward, Berlin stands poised to take a very central position on the continent. Now is certainly a good time to say: "Ich bin ein Berliner!"