|Degree:||Master of Arts (MA)|
London (United Kingdom)
|University website:||International Management|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||9,600 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||12,900 EUR|
Paris, Dublin... Shanghai! With the International Management programme, you can live in Berlin or up to three cities and have the opportunity to get a second Master's degree. Become a management professional with global career prospects.
Three cities—two degrees—one global perspective: our FIBAA-awarded degree programme is as diverse as your career goals.
You get to solve global economic issues, learn about international and European law and prepare yourself for challenging tasks in international management. Thanks to practical projects, you can develop your soft and leadership skills and—by choosing one of our partner universities around the world—tailor your study programme to your personal and professional interests.
This FIBAA-awarded management degree programme provides you with a holistic management education that fosters your soft skills and allows you to live in several cities and countries worldwide.
Our project- and skill-based approach turns your International Management degree into the ideal stepping stone for your international career.
Your amplified ability for analytic and networked thinking will enable you to systematically and methodically delve into new, unexplored contexts within countless businesses around the globe.
You will become an asset known for your reliable leadership because you learned the skillsets required in corporate leadership, contract-, risk-, innovation-, global management, and developing projects and practice.
To make sure you walk the walk, you will receive special training to develop your soft skills regarding independence, creativity, interdisciplinary flexibility, and competencies in communication, problem-solving, and intercultural sensibility.
Positions in strategic management
Business development manager
Risk and contract manager
Market analyst & market researcher
Assistant to the executive board
Country or divisional manager