Established in 2004, the College of Management of Technology has an aligned focus on research and teaching in the areas of Management Science with close ties to Engineering and Technology. Moreover, it infuses the EPFL campus with an entrepreneurial spirit, encourages cross-disciplinary partnerships and undertakes a comprehensive approach to industrial issues and public policy.

The College is composed of two institutes, the Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Institute (MTEI) and the Swiss Finance Institute at EPFL ([email protected]).

The College offers three Master programs – in Management, Technology and Entrepreneurship (MTE), Financial Engineering (MFE) and Sustainable Management & Technology (SMT – in collaboration with IMD and HEC Lausanne), as well as two Doctoral programs – in Management of Technology (EDMT) and in Finance (EDFI). These successful teaching programs ensure a promising first-class education to prepare students for leading careers in academia and industry. An assessment of the past four years has brought to light a steady increase in the number of applications for all degrees. The programs attract talented students from many faculties and sciences.

Furthermore, the College additionally proposes a diverse range of Executive Education: two Executive Master programs, Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) and short Executive programs in partnership with other outstanding universities. The current offer covers executive Masters in Global Supply Chain Management (IML) and Management of Technology (EMBA), CAS in Biotech, Medtech and Pharma Ventures and Supply Chain as well as short executive programs in Data Science for Managers and TransformTech. The College plans to expand and diversify this portfolio in the near future.

Annual Report 2020