The International Management programme offered by EBC University of Applied Sciences is divided into three components. The first component comprises core modules, which are compulsory for all students. Here you will take an in-depth approach to Corporate Management from a strategic, ethical and legal point of view, to Business Management from an administrative and procedural point of view and to Business from the viewpoint of marketing managers and sales managers.
Employers today value proven practical experience more and more. It is, therefore, particularly important for you to acquire practical experience during your course. During the Masters in International Management course we offer you many opportunities to gain practical experience. At the same time you are able to extend your professional network.
You will work on practical projects with well-known national and international companies such as NTT DATA or Michael Page International. In the Business Summer School, which has been developed exclusively for this course, you will spend four weeks working on a topical case study, which will give you significant insights into the world of consulting.
After the third semester you will decide either to do work experience or to write an academic report in your chosen research area, and in the fourth semester you will concentrate on your Masters thesis, which you can also write in the context of your work experience.
When you have completed the International Management course you are qualified to take up middle and higher management positions and your chances of a good entry salary are enhanced. With your Masters in International Management you can find employment in various companies, organisations and institutions. Among these are:
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