Executive Master in Knowledge and Technology Transfer

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Executive Master in Knowledge and Technology Transfer

The IEEPI proposes to register for a Master 2 curriculum on Knowledge and Technology Transfer (KTT) delivered by the University of Strasbourg. In partnership with Solvay Brussels Schools.

The Master 2 diploma is entitled « Management des Projets et des Organisations, spécialité Stratégie de la propriété intellectuelle et innovation, Parcours Valorisation et Transfert de Technologie ».

The Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management proposes a Certificate of attendance for the applicants attending the modules in Brussels.

The curriculum covers all skills required for activities related to knowledge and technology Licensing in and Licensing out. The collaboration between the IEEPI, the University of Strasbourg and the Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management allows us to propose renowned experts with a high teaching experience.

The programme directors are:

  • Professor Patrick LLERENA from the University of Strasbourg - BETA, 
  • Bruno van Pottelsberghe from the Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management.


  • 6 modules spread over a 10-month period in order to allow applicants reconciling training with a full-time work.
  • Each module lasts for 3- to- 5 days and is dedicated to a specific theme. 
  • A Master’s thesis has to be written for the end of the curriculum.
  • It can be followed over 2 calendar years (please contact us for more information).


Modules 1, 2, 4 and 5 will occur in Strasbourg, France, at IEEPI’s premices.
Modules 3 and 6 will occur in Brussels, Belgium, at Solvay Brussels School – EM’s premices.

6 modules:

  • Module 1: Fundamentals of KTT management (5 days in Strasbourg)
  • Module 2: Analysing the market and building a strategy (3 days in Strasbourg)
  • Module 3: Contractual aspects of TT (3 days in Brussels)
  • Module 4: Negotiation and communication (3 days in Strasbourg)
  • Module 5: Valuation and exploitation of intangible assets (3 days in Strasbourg)
  • Module 6: Litigation and entrepreneurship (5 days in Brussels)


  • Admission based on application file possibly followed by an interview.
  • Master 1 degree or equivalent.
  • At least three years of experience.
  • Applicants who does not hold a Master 1 degree or equivalent can apply for the validation of professional and personal achievements (Validation des Acquis Professionnels et Personnels – VAPP) to the vocational training department of the University of Strasbourg, here.


  • Written exams.
  • Writing and defence of a Master’s thesis.


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