Career Prospects


The program is designed to develop globally competitive and desired experts in managing technological changes and digital transformations who work for either national governments and international organizations (as innovation policy experts and innovation managers) or for non-profit organizations and in the private sector (as owner-entrepreneurs, technology consultants, innovation managers, analysts). The program also provides competitive competencies for a continuing academic career as a researcher in academic institutions or pursuing PhD studies.

Career paths of our alumni:

  • Morgan Stanley (London);
  • GIZ Private Sector Development Project (Georgia);
  • Office of Prime Minister (Greece);
  • Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications (Estonia);
  • Government Office of the Republic of Estonia;
  • E-Estonia Showroom;
  • National Audit Office of Estonia (Estonia);
  • Police and Border Guard Board (Estonia);
  • Tehnopol Science Park (Estonia);
  • Competence Center of Food and Fermentation Technologies (Estonia);
  • Tallinn City Enterprise Department (Estonia);
  • Private companies in IT area (Edicy, RM Solutions etc.);
  • Parthenon-EY;
  • EY Innovalue Management Partner GmbH;
  • OECD;
  • Czechinvest (Czech Republic);
  • Ministry of Finance of Republic of Latvia;
  • Cevea (think-tank) (Denmark);
  • Federal University of Rio de Janeiro etc.

Other potential employers:

  • international organizations (UN, EU);
  • governmental institutions (central banks, ministries dealing with economic affairs);
  • non-governmental organizations (science and technology parks, development agencies, think-tanks etc.);
  • technology-intensive private companies.