The Master in Management programmes offer 2 focuses and 3 areas of study.
‘Management and consultancy’ topic: to learn to analyse and solve problems and be able to provide services to companies (including a real consultancy project).
‘Finance’ topic: portfolio management, investment strategies, stock and financial markets, investment techniques, financial derivatives, management of risk and its international dimension, corporate finance, financial analysis and the communication of financial information.
‘Services and Marketing Management’ topic (unique in Belgium): to develop skills in marketing, operations, IT, technology, law and human resources in the service sector – knowing existing clients and finding new ones, developing successful products or services and standing out in a competitive, communication-oriented and technological world.
‘Innovation and Entrepreneurship’ topic: for future managers who will be the drivers of innovation for their own entrepreneurial project or for development projects within the company for which they work.
Options on other topics may be taken at the Louvain School of Management, ICHEC or the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, our partners in French-speaking Belgium.
Besides your chosen focus and area of study, your Master will be based around 3 key aspects:
a long-term business placement in Belgium or abroad, to introduce you to the real world of business and prepare you for your future roles;
a period of study with one of our partners in Flanders (Ghent, Antwerp, Leuven, etc.), in Europe (notably Barcelona, Rome, Warsaw, Budapest, Rotterdam, Maastricht, Tampere, etc.), or further away in the US, Canada, Australia, the Philippines, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico, Taiwan, etc.
a thesis in collaboration with a company, organisation or research centre, which will bring together all the knowledge and skills you have acquired throughout your studies.
This programme is accessible under the same conditions as the ‘Master 120 credits’ in Management. Usually following a Bachelor from a ‘haute école’ (higher education institution) and a preparatory year, it will enhance your management skills and give you access to the graduate job market.
This Master focuses on the general and transdisciplinary aspects of company/organisation management. This transdisciplinary approach is facilitated by a study of business ethics, corporate finance, performance management, marketing and entrepreneurship.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
For details of conditions for admission, please visit www.unamur.be/eco/etudes-gestion/conditions-master (in French only) or contact the registration service (‘service des inscriptions’).
If you have a degree from an institution outside of Belgium, you will need to complete and return the admissions request form (www.unamur.be/en/teaching/admission) before 31 August (30 April for students from outside the European Union).
For admission to the teaching focus of the Master, you will also be required to pass a French language test at level C1 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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