|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
Business Analytics & Business Intelligence
Corporate Social Responsibility
|University website:||Business Administration in Sustainability and Circular Innovation|
The pace of business continues to accelerate in just about every domain. Decision cycles, computation speeds, news-feeds, returns on investment, supply chains – to name a few - are all operating at break-neck rates. Companies gallop along, trying to keep-up and over-take the competition. At the same time, there is broad recognition that we need new ways of managing business and the many challenges it faces now and in the longer-term.
Large external global trends around digitalisation, globalisation, and chronic eco-system stress (water, climate, and biodiversity) present one set of challenges for companies. To this we add internal and operational management processes, characterised by uncertainty, volatility, and complexity. The sum of both these external and internal drivers requires a new skill set that combines vision with leadership capable of implementing change. Sustainability know-how that integrate circular economy principles and practices offer the opportunity for a more future-proof way of doing business.
This master’s programme provides you with the tools you need to solve sustainability problems, lead transformation and innovate for success. You will learn how to incorporate the goals and principles of circularity into your business strategies and nurture sustainable values from thoughtful investing, not least in order to strengthen the resilience of your company in times of crisis, but also to empower your company to pioneer.
Excellent and growing career opportunities within challenging and diverse fields in all sectors, for instance in leading and management positions for sustainability, digitalisation or circular economy and innovation, in business development, investment and asset management, logistics and procurement, reporting and finance, marketing, human resources, product and project management, consulting, facilities management
The costs of the consecutive Master in Business Administration are made up of the following: