SAP : Mastering a Leading Management System

SAP : Mastering a Leading Management System


Langue: anglais
Enseignant-pilote: Michael Schyns
Type B
This workshop mainly applies to first bloc students (essentially due to the exam deadlines)

SAP : Mastering a Leading Management System

Management Information Systems (MIS) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions help companies of all sizes run better. SAP AG is the market leader in enterprise application software with about one third of market shares. Students will have access to a fully configured company on a SAP environment. Through distance learning systems, from the University or from their home, they will have one semester on a very flexible schedule to solve case studies covering financial, operations and human management and different business processes: Sales and Delivery, Material Management, Production Planning, Human Capital Management... They will receive a roadmap with step by step instructions for each business process. This training is organized in partnership with the University of Duisburg-Essen.

This training is also a preparation to sit the external official TERP10 business processes certification organized by SAP AG itself (exam included in the portfolio). There is a lack of ERP, especially SAP ERP, specialists in Belgium and in the world. This training and the SAP certificate are real assets in your CV. Additionally, the students who complete the online course will receive an official university certificate of the University of Essen-Duisburg.

Be aware that:

  • the portfolio is not free (between 300EUR and 570EUR depending on the availability of grants)
  • this portfolio is time consuming! It corresponds to 6 credits of work (1 credit = 30 hours of work) even if it only accounts for 3 credits in the University of Liege cursus. The 3 additional credits are justified by the university certificate delivered by the University of Essen and by the certification delivered by SAP AG.
  • additional important details are available on Lol@
Dernière mise à jour : 12/09/2016