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6 Anos
30 jul 2020
Registo DGES
Registo inicial R/A-Cr 126/2010 de 01-09-2010
Registo de alteração R/A-Cr 126/2010/AL01 de 28-08-2014 | R/A-Cr 126/2010/AL02 de 05-05-2017 | R/A-Cr 126/2010/AL03 de 08-12-2021


Catarina Delgado
 Ala Autónoma, Gabinete 236

Leccionado em Inglês
Tipo de ensino Presencial


The MSc in Management of Services and Technology has an employment rate of 88% up to 12 months after completion of Programme. The sectors most represented in the recruit of master's graduates are the Large Distribution & Retail, Retail & Services, Banking, and Industry & Energy. In this range of sectors, some of the major recruiters are Jerónimo Martins, Sonae MC – Well’s, Tabaqueira – Philip Morris International, and EDP

 87% were employed within 3 months of the end of the Programme

 17% work outside of their country of origin

 98% Iscte Business School Employability Rate

 98% of Iscte Business School 2nd cycle graduates are in professions adjusted / appropriate to the level of qualifications

Employers are overall very satisfied with Iscte graduates: 2nd cycle - 4.6 (scale 1 to 5)

Testemunhos de alumni
Aissatu Sila Senior Consultant at Salesforce
When I got my bachelor's degree from a Brazilian University, I knew that in order to build up the career I would like to pursue, I had to continue studying to gain a better understanding of certain subjects. As a young professional, I also felt the need to further develop my skills to be able to compete anywhere in the world and fight for my place in the labor market by my own merit. After researching several options, I chose the MSc in Management of Services and Technology for mainly 3 reasons: 1. It has a great curriculum; 2. It is offered by a prestigious institution - the ISCTE Business School (ISCTE-IUL) - with a very diverse student's body; 3. It is located in Lisbon - a safe and beautiful city with great food and relatively affordable living costs. After being accepted, I had to relocate from Bissau to Lisbon in order to attend classes despite, as an entrepreneur since the age of 16, which meant postponing my business endeavors. The course was challenging, interesting and demanding, but today I can honestly tell you it was worth it. Why? Because the MMST helped me achieve the goal of becoming a more competitive and versatile professional. For example, I had the opportunity to learn from excellent lecturers, develop soft skills and collaborate with colleagues from different cultural backgrounds. In fact, I found in ISCTE students of Exchange programmes from all over the world. Among many other interesting experiences, I also had the opportunity to attend a Summer School in China and visit companies that apply the concepts we learned in the classroom. Moreover, as a Business Analyst and a Consultant, I often participate in the design and implementation of IT solutions for several industries and have the chance to apply knowledge gained through almost every subject of the course, especially Customer Relationship Management, Information Systems, and Innovation Management. If you're considering a master's degree program and have an interest in subjects such as Management of Business Processes, Operations, and Innovation, make sure you consider the MMST, for it may prove the be the best choice for you too.
Julia Harms Member of Studienkreis Commerzbank
After the end of the first semester, I can 100% say that I am really glad to have chosen ISCTE and this Master, i.e. the MSc in Management of Services and Technology (MMST). As part of our Master's degree in Management of Services and Technology at the ISCTE University, we were given the special opportunity to participate in a collaborative assignment between the subjects of Operations Management and Simulation of Systems and Operations. This combination proved that the courses in the programme are related to each other and together they create a coherent and integrated contribution to the MMST Learning Goals. Nowadays, it is more and more important not only to learn theory but also the practical application. Due to the innovative idea of combining these two courses, we not only learned the basics of Operations Management but also had the opportunity to apply them in practice. Thus, at the end of the semester, we were able to apply our acquired knowledge directly to the practice by simulating various Operations Management cases with SIMUL8. This again showed us how important it is to work with the newest technologies and helped us to better process our learned theory. I am grateful for this unique opportunity.
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