All about this master, MIM - Masters in Management ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Universidade de Lisboa
Portugal - Western Europe
General Management

ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Universidade de Lisboa
MIM - Masters in Management


Program overview

Framed within the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the MiM program is fully developed to prepare students to be the responsible managers of the future: all management areas are taught and discussed taking into account the SDGs.

The general objectives of the Masters in Management are as follows:

- To focus on sustainability in a more digital world, from the “hardest” (including coding) to the “softest” (including presentation skills) skills.

- To develop technical management knowledge, including strategy, finance and accounting, marketing and human resources management;

- To advance core personal competences for continuous learning and adaptation in working life, taking into account the volatility and uncertainty of today's business environment;

- To develop skills for responsible management converging with the challenges of sustainable development;

- To foster skills in information selection and processing, alternative assessment and decision making;

- To promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills;

- To grow competences to carry out a structured project in the form of the final master's work;

- To develop a network of contacts relevant to the students' professional career.

Curriculum (courses, subject modules)

1st Year / 1st Semester

The first semester is divided into two 6-week periods, each offering 5 mandatory courses and one week of integration. (30 ECTS)

Global Goals Awareness Week (15 contact hours)

Financial and ESG Reporting (18 hours)

Business Strategy and Performance (18 hours)

Organizational Culture and Behavior (18 hours)

Global Economic Trends (18 hours)

Operations Management (18 hours)

Global Goals Action Week (15 hours)

Financial Markets and Management (18 hours)

Marketing Management (18 hours)

Leading People in the 21st Century (18 hours)

World Business Environment (18 hours)

Management Information Systems (18 hours)

1st Year / 2nd Semester

In the second semester students must attend four mandatory courses in two periods of six weeks and two weeks of integration. In addition, students must choose three optional courses from other masters, corresponding to the Major Streams (see below). (30 ECTS)

What About Me Week (15 contact hours)

Quantitative Data Analysis (18 hours)

Excel & Python Analysis (18 hours)

Human, Ethical Responsible Organizations (6 hours)

Qualitative Data Analysis (18 hours)

Global Management Challenge Simulation (18 hours)

Elective 1 (major stream) (39 hours) (See Major Streams Below)

Elective 2 (major stream) (39 hours)

Elective 3 (major stream) (39 hours)

2nd Year / 1st Semester

This semester will have an orientation week for the development of the master’s degree final project. (30 ECTS)

Choose Your Path Week (15 contact hours)

Master’s Degree Final Projects


Students must choose three optional courses from one the following ISEG’s masters:

ACCOUNTING (NEW) (Taught in English)

Advanced Financial Accounting (39 contact hours)

Accounting Information Systems (39 hours)

Corporate Governance (39 hours)

Data Analysis in Accounting (39 hours)

Research Methods in Accounting (39 hours)

Strategic Management Control Systems (39 hours)


Forecasting Methods (39 contact hours)

Machine Learning and Data Mining (39 hours)

Programming for Data Science (39 hours)

ECONOMICS (Taught in English)

Advanced Topics of Microeconomics (39 contact hours)

Experimental Economics (39 hours)

Economic Growth (39 hours)

Labor Economics (39 hours)

Macroeconomics and Monetary Theory (39 hours)

FINANCE (Taught in English)

Corporate Financing and Planning (39 contact hours)

Fundamentals of Financial Economics (39 hours)

Fixed Income Products and Markets (39 hours)

Mergers, Acquisitions and Restructurings (39 hours)

Monetary and Financial History (39 hours)

Taxation (39 hours)

HUMAN RESOURCES (Taught in Portuguese)

Ética Empresarial (Business-to-Business Ethics) (39 contact hours)

Gestão da Mudança (Managing Change) (39 hours)

Gestão de Equipas (Teams Management) (39 hours)

Modelos de Gestão de Competências, Avaliação e Recompensas (Models of Competencies Management, Appraisal and Reward) (39 hours)

Finanças para GRH (Finance for Human Resources Management) (39 hours)

Modelos Organizacionais e GRH (Organisation Models and H.R.M.) (39 hours)

Sistemas de Informação para GRH (Information Systems for Human Resources Management) (39 hours)

INFORMATION SYSTEMS (Taught in Portuguese)

Redes e Segurança de Sistemas de Informação (Information Systems Networks and Security) (39 contact hours)

Gestão de Projetos Informáticos (IT Project Management) (39 hours)

Modelos e Tecnologias de e-business (e-business Models and Technology) (39 hours)

Projeto de Desenvolvimento de Software (Software Development Project) (39 hours)

Sistemas de Decisão (Decision Systems) (39 hours)

MARKETING (Taught in Portuguese)

Customer Relationship Management (39 contact hours)

Marketing de Serviços (Services Marketing) (39 hours)

Marketing Empresarial (Corporate Marketing) (39 hours)

Marketing Internacional (International Marketing) (39 hours)

Marketing Operacional (Operations Marketing) (39 hours)

Admission conditions

Required diploma(s) :

  • Bachelor

Tuition & Fees

Between 7800 and 9800 €

Candidates to the Master in Management are:

  1. Undergraduate in a national or foreign institution in the areas of Management, Economics, Finance, Accounting, Mathematics Applied to Economics and Management, or other relevant to the study cycle. Applicants with other degrees are considered on a case by case basis.
  2. In accordance with Article 17d) of Decree-Law No. 74/2006 March 24th, further applications deemed appropriate by the selection board will be evaluated based on the curriculum analysis.
  3. All candidates should have an excellent command of the English language, written and spoken.

Employment opportunities & career impact

Employment opportunities :

The Masters in Management aims to develop fundamental management knowledge (strategy, marketing, accounting, finance, human resources management, management operations, information systems and data analysis). This knowledge is critical for access to certain functions in the work to which the master seeks to respond.

In addition, this maters develops a set of behavioral and professional skills, namely: oral and written communication, teamwork, leadership, and ethical perspective. These skills are important for entering the job market and for a successful career.

Some job positions addressed by the Master include administration, general management, financial management and management consulting.

Application Deadlines

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t: (+351)   213 925 900

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