Many people welcome the age of a global economy, mass communications, diversity, competition, goods and services anywhere any time, inter linked banking and investment systems and so on. Some people feel that globalisation comes at a price to society, business, social life, diversity and so on. This is a highly complex subject area which takes on every aspect of life as we know it in terms of political, economic, social, technological, legal, environmental aspects to life post the 1980s.
Within the context of one of the biggest challenges of the modern age the degree allow you to conduct social scientific research and understand the different aspects to globalisation which affect all of us and individuals in society. If you want to understand the complexities of social changes being driven by globalisation and the other dimensions this programme gives you in depth knowledge and ability to analyse all that is globalisation.
You become adept at understanding the social and global societal issues that affect globalisation whilst also becoming a competent social science researcher.
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Language of instruction: English; 4 semesters, 3 semesters for business graduates; Accredited by AQAS; State-of-the-Art MBA-program innovatively combining general management education and teaching of managerial skills to deal with rising future challenges for the benefit of your company such as
Optional specializations, amongst others:
- € 3.300 per semester
The Program starts in September and March each year.
Application Deadline: June 15th/December 15th (internationals) and July 31st and January 31st for applicants who don't need a visa fro Germany.
World trade has become increasingly important: continuous improvements in technology have brought unprecedented flows of resources and capital across national boundaries; foreign direct investment is growing; and the competitive pressures on many industries and firms have intensified.
The MSc International Business Management programme will enable you to understand how firms become, and remain, international in scope in the face of such challenges.
You will learn to apply management theories and techniques pertinent to managing and controlling a multinational business environment with an increasing focus on the management of responsibility and ethics for businesses operating in a global context.
New research findings, case studies and comparative perspectives on the management of internationally operating firms will deepen your appreciation of why, and how, the local adaptation of business and management concepts developed elsewhere is crucial.
This programme is studied full-time over one academic year. It consists of eight taught modules and a dissertation.
Example module listing
The following modules are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. Please note that not all modules described are compulsory and may be subject to teaching availability and/or student demand.
This Masters program features the latest thinking and developments in international strategy, as well as emerging issues in international business such as the rise of emerging market multinationals and global innovation.
It also includes modules that develop essential skills and knowledge for understanding and analyzing international business.
The programme provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, skills, qualities and other attributes in the following areas:
Knowledge and understanding
Students will gain knowledge and understanding of:
Intellectual / cognitive skills
Upon completing the programme, students will:
Professional practical skills
Students will have the ability to:
Key / transferable skills
We often give our students the opportunity to acquire international experience during their degrees by taking advantage of our exchange agreements with overseas universities.
In addition to the hugely enjoyable and satisfying experience, time spent abroad adds a distinctive element to your CV.
Learn more about opportunities that might be available for this particular programme by using our student exchanges search tool.
Surrey Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
MAPS is promoted by the University of Torino and held at Collegio Carlo Alberto. It is an Advanced Master's programme, open to students with a second cycle degree or one-long cycle degreein social sciences (including economics and business administration), statistics, law, humanities and the like. MAPS trains highly motivated students in the processes of social change in European societies and the public policies to meet these challenges at the national, European and global level.
MAPS graduates receive an Advanced Master's Degree from the University of Torino. All courses are taught in English.
APPLICATION DEADLINES: May 20, 2018 for students who apply for tuition waivers or scholarships Afterwards, a rolling application will be kept open.
ELIGIBILITY: a second cycle degree or one-long cycle degree programme (http://en.unito.it/studying-unito/courses/masters)
MAPS aims to provide an in-depth understanding of:
-globalization and its consequences for public policy at national and European level;
-the ongoing tensions between economic and social policies;
-the interplay between European/international regulatory regimes and national welfare states;
-current social change trends.
MAPS graduates are able to:
-identify and analyze in a sophisticated way economic, social and demographic change and its consequences for European societies, the interdependencies between different policy areas and the interactions between different levels of governance;
-assess the outcomes of existing national and European public policies and envisage the regulatory instruments needed to meet ongoing challenges through innovative and evidence-based public policy.
-it offers deep understanding of the processes of economic and social change in European societies (including demographic and migration trends) in the context of globalization;
-it sharpens your capacity to analyze global and EU governance in its interchange with national systems of governance;
-it makes you focus on comparative and international political economy, looking at the interplay between economic, social and political processes;
-it provides you with thorough expertise in the institutions, actors, processes and content of policymaking in the European Union;
-it trains you to strong interdisciplinarity and an empirical approach;
-it involves you in a highly profiled international research community at the Collegio, comprising a dynamic and cosmopolitan research and teaching environment;
-it provides you with personalized tutoring throughout the whole year spent at the Collegio.
UBC, in cooperation with collaborating universities in South Africa (University of the Western Cape), Sweden (Linköping University), and Australia (Australian Catholic University), offers an innovative online, coursework-only, professional graduate program in Adult Learning and Global Change. Instructors in required courses are drawn from these four universities, so students benefit from a truly international instructional staff.
This program is for those seeking multiple, critical perspectives on the central role adult learning plays as individuals and communities engage with the positive and negative effects of globalization.
Students proceed through the two-year, 30-credit M.Ed. program as a cohort drawn from the four participating institutions and will get to know one another well, working together in various groupings throughout the program. Required courses are sequenced so that, with careful planning of electives, all requirements can be completed in 24 months. The 9 credits of electives may be taken at any time and are usually selected from on-campus courses (for those in the Vancouver area), from various distance-mode courses at UBC and elsewhere, and from directed studies courses tailored to student interests.
The program attracts those interested in international development work, cross-cultural education and training, the role of education in addressing various global health and environmental issues, promoting social justice in the face of economic globalization, and learning more about adult education around the world.