Students learn the methods and concepts related to complexity and risk management when doing business in Asia. In addition, they develop country-specific strategies for dealing with concrete situations and learn management skills that cultivate a sensitivity for complexity.
The International Management Asia-Europe program at Konstanz University of Applied Sciences is offered once a year, starting in the winter semester. The program includes two theoretical semesters (A and B semesters), followed by a project/research semester (C semester). This is a unique program at the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz: it is possible to complete this master’s program in four semesters, entirely in English and to earn a double degree in cooperation with our AACSB-accredited partner university, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology (STUST)
The Asia Cluster is a group of three interconnected programs at the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz offering Asia-oriented degrees. This includes the master’s program in International Management Asia-Europe. These programs have been successfully preparing students for careers in Asia or at companies and organizations closely connected with Asia for over 20 years.
The Asia Cluster is a cutting-edge working group on the shores of Lake Constance in Germany. It is made up of a faculty with rich international experience, and also attracts students from many Asian countries. We value the close learning cooperation with our students and the open, collaborative academic environment.
- Principles of Complexity Management
- Monitoring Intemational Complexity
- Intercultural Management in Asian and European Settings
- Economic Integration Asia-Europe
- Asia in Transition
- 18 months
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DisciplinesInternational Relations Management Studies European Studies View 231 other Masters in Management Studies in Germany
In order to be admitted to the MIM master’s program, students need to meet the following requirements: a completed three or four-year undergraduate university degree, a minimum grade point average of 2.5 (grades in the German system range from 1.0 (highest) to 5.0), documented advanced-level English skills (at least B2 in the GER system), a letter of recommendation using the recommendation form, and completing the departmental interview. Graduates from 6-semester Asian Studies bachelor’s programs who have not yet fulfilled the business prerequisites can complete these required courses in the Asian Studies department (conditional admission).
International3000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1500 EUR per semester during 18 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per semester during 18 months.
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