This two-year master program taught in four different countries, focuses on international business and enhances students’ global business literacy. It also examines how global and cultural issues affect business functions, such as strategic management, marketing management, and legal regulations. It aims to support experiential learning by linking education, work, and personal development through internships which foster meaningful activities related to course-based experience.
The study programme is divided into four semesters and takes place at four different European universities. The first semester takes place at the University of Economics in Katowice (Poland), where students learn about international business theories, including subjects such as economics, law, management, marketing and market research. The second semester takes place at the University of Debrecen (Hungary). Students learn about the intercultural aspects of international business. Third semester is offered by the University of Economics in Varna (Bulgaria). Students learn about the specific tools used in international business from an intercultural perspective..During this semester the students will also participate in an intensive programme to build their practical intercultural skills. The final semester at CEU Cardinal Herrera University (Spain) is dedicated to internship and finalisation of master's thesis.
A graduate of Magellan study programme may ultimately be employed in a managerial position in an international corporation and, hold the position of managing director (CEO), marketing director (CEM) or Director of Intercultural Affairs, Intercultural Communication Director, International Services Manager, Intercultural Training Manager or International Human Resources Director.
Teaching classes are conducted by lecturers from four partner countries as well as other universities. All lecturers have extensive experience in teaching as well as in the field of international business. The semesters are organised in order: the first semester begins in Poland, then students study in Hungary, the third will take place in Bulgaria and the fourth semester will be offered in Spain.
Start dates & application deadlines
DisciplinesEconomics Business Administration Marketing View 6 other Masters in Marketing in Poland
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We invite people with a good command of English (at least B2), who can demonstrate good academic achievements, who want to expand their knowledge of intercultural management, and also gain valuable experience. We invite graduates from fields like: management, economy, finance, communication and others.
There are fees in the amount of EUR 2,000 per year of study (EUR 4,000 for the entire studies) plus local administration fees set by each of the partners.
Living costs for Katowice
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.