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Would you like to work in an intercultural environment, gain work experience through an internship in a global corporation and have a double degree Master of Arts, which can create various work opportunities for your future? The double degree master program "International Management and Finance"/"Maestría Internacional en Administración y Finanzas" with the cooperation of the Argentinian Universidad Nacional del Litoral (UNL) creates with the combination of theory, practice and intercultural learning an excellent opportunity for you to build up your career in the financial services sector.
The course of studies has a duration of three semesters including a semester abroad at the cooperating university in Santa Fe. In the first semester, the theoretical basis is set by lectures about management and finance. Two semesters are accompanied by a Spanish language and culture course. Throughout the studies, there is a mixture of lectures and cooperative teaching methods to increase the effectiveness of the learning process. As you can choose from different finance modules, you can decide on which subjects you want to put your emphasis. You spend the second semester at the UNL, attend lectures about management there and do your internship at an Argentinian company. In the last semester, you expand your theoretical knowledge about finance and write your master thesis.
The combination of theory, practice and the international orientation characterizes this course of studies and provides a unique chance to work successfully in the financial services sector all over the world or with a focus on the increasing Latin American market. Nowadays globalization is an important topic and how can you be better prepared for your future than by studying an internationally oriented course of studies with a variety of job opportunities? So leap at the chance to choose your career in an international financial services context and benefit from the advantages of the double degree from the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern and the Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Santa Fe.