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Master in Management

Master in Management

The Master in Management explores the main components of business decision-making from both a theoretical and pragmatic perspective, helping students to develop the competences required to make the correct strategic choices and providing insight into the different functional areas implementing the strategies. Focusing on the development of critical-thinking and management skills, this program will deliver solutions to management challenges while developing the student’s understanding of business practice.

How You Earn Your Degree

The Master in Management (60 ECTS) is a one-year program, divided into three terms. Each term comprises four courses (4 ECTS each) and one seminar (2 ECTS). Throughout the year, students are also exposed to real-life case studies, games and business simulations. In order to graduate, participants must also complete a business plan (6 ECTS).


Term 1

(13 CH  | 18 ECTS)

Term 2

(13 CH  | 18 ECTS)

Term 3

(13 CH  | 18 ECTS)

Graduation Requirements

Students will also be required to submit a business plan (6 ECTS/6CH) at the end of their studies and to attend field trips, company visits and fairs as part of the experiential learning method.

Learning Outcomes

This program develops a comprehensive view of companies and business strategies and practices in management while focusing on management styles specifically geared towards creating leaders. Students will:





Investigate the impact of political, economic, sociocultural and physical environments in marketing practice and how to manage this.

Look at business from the point of view of both the customer and the company.

Learn management competences and authentic leadership.

Study the major processes within business management through case studies and class discussion.

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