Today, the service sector represents more than 70% of production and employment in the most developed world economies, and its relevance is increasing everywhere. Service provision involves people, processes, and technologies. As such, developing and managing services requires multidisciplinary competencies in diverse areas, such as technology and social sciences.
The Master in Service Engineering and Management (MESG) aims at developing competencies to conceive, design, implement and operate technology-enabled service systems.
The unique combination of service engineering and management competencies of MESG graduates make them particularly capable of:
These are some of the companies that offer internships for MESG students for their dissertation projects: