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EU Business School MBA

MSc in International Management

Master’s students explore, examine and analyze various topics, develop their own business personalities and hone their management skills. Students graduate with a knowledge of fundamental business topics, including management methods, human resources, finance and ethics; all vital to success in the modern business world. They are ready to seamlessly step into the business world and launch their careers in management.

 


How You Earn Your Certificate
 

The full-time option lasts three terms, includes core and specialization courses, case studies and seminars. The program culminates with a Management Research Methods Module and dissertation. You can expect to spend 30 to 40 hours per week on MSc and MBA-related work.

In order to obtain both EU and UoR qualifications you must complete 112 ECTS. This is achieved through the completion of a final EU business competency simulation and a UoR dissertation in addition to your EU MBA course load.

Both qualifications can be earned in one year of full-time study. However, we also offer a two-year, part-time option for professionals who want to continue focusing on their careers while upgrding their skill set.

Term 1


(18 CH  | 23 ECTS)


Term 2


(21 CH  | 27 ECTS)


Term 3


(15 CH  | 20 ECTS)


Graduation Requirements


(31 CH  | 42 ECTS)


*Management Research Methods Module will be taken over 2 terms


Learning Outcomes
 

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Learn to critically apply brand management techniques to enhance brand equity in a business context.

Cover the theory and practice of planning, decision-making and control in business.

Explore activities essential to the planning, execution and evaluation of marketing strategy.

Analyze strategic management, and decision-making in organizations of various types, including large corporations, SMEs and public-sector bodies.

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