What you want

  • To become a qualified business analyst;
  • To determine the strategy of large information systems and their development;
  • To gain a thorough mastery of analytical and organisational skills.




daytime programme, possibility of spreading over two years on Fridays and/or Saturdays
  • Organisation and innovation: innovation theories and strategies in ICT, change organisation and management, negotiation and conflict analysis;
  • Business analysis: requirements engineering, organisational and business modelling: languages and methods, project management and risk management;
  • IT governance: IT strategies and quality of services, business intelligence, ICT law;
  • Business model design and innovation: seminar and dissertation.





On the basis of application: masters with at least 300 credits, ideally with three years of professional experience involving work as a business analyst.


Employment prospects

Multinational companies, banking and insurance, IT service companies, regional and national public services. More than 3,000 vacant positions in Belgium (Agoria).