Master | Information Systems

MSc Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation

Information Systems


This program offers six core modules and a selection of elective modules focusing on a variety of current topics in information systems, management and innovation. These include, Digital Business & Workplace Technologies, Data & Business Intelligence, Knowlegde Work & Innovation, Enterprise Information Systems, Global Sourcing for Innovation (including outsourcing and crowdsourcing), and Digital Business Strategy & Design.The program puts theory into practice by capitalizing on WBS' close relationships with IT and consulting organizations, including Ernst & Young, SAP, ARM and Deloitte. All value the program's creative approach to developing IS and management consultants through real-life case scenarios. Deloitte, for example, provide insights on the challenges and approaches to client work by delivering one of the modules with us.


  • positioned in a world reputed University and business school
  • delivered by one of the top IS groups in Europe according to research output
  • excellent ties with industry
  • high placement rate for our program graduates
Schedule Full-time
Duration 1 Years
Presence of students On-campus
Enrollment capacity per term 70
Average number of applications per term 140
Total number of enrolled students 65
Scholarships available Yes


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Panayiotis (Panos) Constantinides is an Associate Professor of Information Systems and Director of the MSc Information Systems Management & Innovation (ISMI) at WBS. Previously, he held positions at Lancaster University's Management School (LUMS), and the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, where he also earned his PhD. 

His research is focused on the development and governance of digital infrastructures and platforms, including the associated challenges of collective action. He is particularly interested in research that seeks to address business and social problems with the possibilities generated by IT. He is also interested in debates around the rigour and relevance of IS research, and IS theory and review.

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