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Master HES-SO in Integrated Innovation for Product & Business Development (Master Innokick)

The Innokick Master programme allows students to acquire the necessary interdisciplinary skills to develop innovative products and services and to market them successfully. It also enables them to develop business opportunities to meet actual business needs while remaining user-oriented. The objective is thus to respond to the market demand for innovative managers, agile and active in their professional environment, creative in their proposals and able to promote user acceptance. This interdisciplinary training, unique in Switzerland, brings together students from three areas, namely Design & Fine Arts, Business Management & Services and Engineering & Architecture.

The programme closely combines academic education with practical training in the framework of actual projects initiated by SMEs/SMIs, science labs and start-ups. It also relies on strategic partnerships with various innovation support actors and several companies in Switzerland.

The Innokick Master not only opens new job prospects for students in the various vocational fields, but also gives them privileged access to selected tools in order to develop their professional ambitions and to anticipate changes in labour market demand.

Admission
Registration deadline & interview : www.hes-so.ch/innokick

Term
3 semesters

Bi-annual fees
CHF 500.- per semester (course fees) CHF 250.- per semester (materials)

Credits
90 ECTS

Language
French and English

Qualification issued
Master of Science HES-SO in Integrated Innovation for Product and Business Development

Head
Nathalie Nyffeler, HEIG-VD

Executive committee
Nathalie Nyffeler, HEIG-VD
Elena Mugellini, HEIA-FR
Luc Bergeron, ECAL

Contact
Nathalie Nyffeler
Head of Innokick
HES-SO Master
6, Avenue de Provence
CH-1007 Lausanne
Switzerland
Tél.   +41 (0)58 900 00 02
master@hes-so.ch

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