Telephone conferences with team members in France and the United Kingdom, production facilities in South America, cooperation partners in China, customers in the USA and Australia: More and more companies see their growth opportunities abroad and are oriented towards a globalized world economy. This results in an enormous need for managers and professionals, in addition to a comprehensive economic understanding of intercultural and language skills.
In the future, you will assume leadership responsibility in national and international teams. For example, you run your own company or you are responsible as a project manager for the development of a new foreign location.
You may also be interested in a career in international purchasing or sales, or you may want to start your own business in the consulting industry. Further exciting tasks are offered in the areas of personnel and marketing.
Regardless of which career goals you are aiming for, with the Master‘s degree in International Management you have a wide range of varied tasks in the international business environment. The combination of business know-how with social-communicative and linguistic abilities prepares you optimally for your professional future.
You want to deepen and expand your economic knowledge and you are looking for a managerial or advisory job in the field of international management, financing and/or marketing of an international company? Then the master program International Management is an excellent basis for a successful career entry!
In addition to your enthusiasm for economic relationships on an international level, you are team-oriented, gifted and have a good understanding of foreign cultures and nationalities. With regard to your future leadership role – be it in controlling, marketing or sales – you take responsibility for the strategic implementation of corporate principles, for your multinational team and for the satisfaction of your customers.
You want to build on your first degree with an economic focus and deepen your scientific knowledge in practice. You may already have business management experience or you may have relevant international experience from studying abroad during your studies.
You may be planning to start a business or become self-employed in the consulting industry. Even then, the International Management Master‘s degree program is an excellent prerequisite for improving your career prospects and, in addition, offers the option of further qualification as part of a doctorate.
|Degree:||Master of Arts (M.A.)|
|Application fee:||150 Euro|
|Tuition fees:||16.050 Euro (incl. application fee; 2 installments: 1st year: 7.850 EUR, 2nd year: 8.200 EUR)|
June (application deadline: March 15th);
|Selection process:||It will take place via Skype|
International accounting & financing
Research and practice perspectives
The demands placed on internationally operating companies have risen sharply in recent years. If you want to remain competitive and successful, you need competent employees who not only have specialist expertise but also international practical experience, active foreign language skills and intercultural skills. Therefore, the Master‘s program International Management responds to the current and future demand for workers in the globalized economy through scientifically founded study content and a high degree of practical relevance through intensive exchange with companies.
The focus is on the international orientation of the degree program. You have the opportunity to complete a twelve-week internship in an English-speaking international company, where you can expand your management skills in addition to your specialist skills.
In modules such as Foreign Trade & International Growth Markets, Human Resources & Cross-cultural Management or Business Management in the Globalized Economy, you will be given comprehensive knowledge in the field of international management. During the course of study, two optional electives will be offered in the areas of finance and marketing. This gives you the opportunity to specialize in a specific subject or to choose a compulsory elective module from each competence area.
All course contents have an international relevance and prepare you intensively for professional life. They then have a high international problem-solving competence and a strong intercultural understanding.
A Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with at least 180 credits is required for acceptance into the International Mangement Master’s Program. There are no special prerequisites regarding the type of study undertaken in the Bachelor’s degree.
Good English language skills that correspond to Level B of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages or proof of English language Bachelor degree are required for the course. This language proficiency can be demonstrated with the following certificates:
German language skills are not required for the International Management Master’s Program. However, a visa and residence permit is necessary to study in Germany.
You may commence the International Management Master’s Program in the winter semester (beginning early October) The application deadlines is as follows:
In order to consider your application for our Master’s course, we need the following documents:
The application documents must be sent by email to: email@example.com
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