|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
|Study modes:||full-time, part-time|
|Delivery modes:||on-campus or blended (on-campus/distance)|
|University website:||International Management|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||9,100 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||9,100 EUR|
The MSc in International Management is designed for working professionals and recent graduates who aspire to a deeper understanding of contemporary management practices, leadership, strategy, marketing, finance and entrepreneurship. If you are attracted to the challenge of working in rapidly-changing business environments, and have an intellectual curiosity and ability for complex analysis, this programme is for you.
You will also have a continuous opportunity to network with your peers, academic staff and industry professionals, who may advise and participate in class sessions. The core of the programme is a dissertation focused on an industry and topic of particular interest. Relevant experience comes from live projects and case studies; and you are encouraged to develop advanced interpersonal skills to meet the high expectations of global working environments. Additionally, Master’s gateway exams are available, offering a fast-track to the prestigious professional qualification offered by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
The programme has two modes of study.
The Global Blended Degree allows us to offer students a 3-year programme delivered online through our Digital Campus. You will experience the best of a Prague College education by receiving individual mentoring from our professional lecturers and by actively partaking in all lectures and discussions in the university’s Digital Campus alongside your fellow students.
In addition, the programmes are supported by two residential weekend sessions in Prague, per semester. This is your opportunity to visit our campus, meet fellow students in your programme, attend workshops with your group and consult with your lecturers in person. Students can enter the blended learning programme at three points during the academic year: September, February and June, with two modules taken each semester. Bachelor’s Degrees are awarded after 8 successfully completed semesters of study.