The first cohort to enrol in the new Master in Data Analytics & Management (MDAM) degree programme started at Frankfurt School at the beginning of October. Over four semesters, the students will learn how to use data to transform a theoretical business model into a data-driven, mission-focused organisation. The MDAM programme is a part-time course intended for students who are already employed. The programme is tailored in particular for managers and professionals who are seeking to acquire the skills and competencies required to excel in analytics, infrastructure, technology, digital transformation, innovation, big data, communication and leadership.
Frankfurt School officially launched the new programme with a kick-off event on 4 October attended by Professor Jörg Werner, Vice President Degree Programmes, and Vera Schenderlein, the Programme Manager, who both welcomed the new intake. After an informative morning learning about Frankfurt School’s Student Services, Career Services and Learning Centre, the MDAM students gathered for a mini-celebration in the Executive Lounge, where they were able to relax and meet each other for the first time.