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New master programme on Innovative Information Systems (2IS)

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on the September 1, 2017

The Faculty of IT will open a new English-taught master programme for the academic year 2017/2018. The master is designed for students with a Bachelor in IT, and it is focused on innovation in information systems. All courses are taught in English. Deadline for applications on April 30!

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The 2IS Master program is designed for Bachelor students in information technologies (IT) aiming to expand their knowledge on innovative information technologies. 2IS is organised by researchers of IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse), one of the major French institutes in computer science.

2IS is a MIAGE Master program (Méthodes Informatiques Appliquées à la Gestion des Entreprises), which is the reference Master in France for information technology. MIAGE programs are run by more than 20 universities in France.

2IS proposes a unique and broad perspective on innovation in IT in a 2-year program:
-Innovative software solutions such as business intelligence and data visualization, machine learning, collective intelligence distributed databases.
-Innovative software development methods such as agile management and collaborative design.
-Innovation and entrepreneurship in strategy and management.

For a detailed description of the courses and the pedagogical objectives please consult the programme webpage at http://miage.ut-capitole.fr/2is

Date of update April 7, 2017


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