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International Education Management (INEMA)


Ludwigsburg University of Education    Masters Programmes

Part time October MA 6 Semesters (4 possible)

About the course

About the program:

International Education Management (inema) is a joint venture of the Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany, and the Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt. The program is designed to provide and develop managerial and leadership skills as well as competencies for cross-cultural challenges in education management and for international reform processes in education.

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Entry Requirements

Qualifying university degree (bachelor’s or equivalent) with a final grade equivalent of 2.5 or higher at an accredited university provided this degree is recognized as comparable by the Ex-amination Committee
Two years of related career experience
→ Applicable career experience is normally documented through work experience in the educational sector or in development cooperation.
English skills on an advanced level
→ English skills equivalent at least to the level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) are required.


Fees

Tuition fees are € 2.200,- per semester.
Additionally, both universities charge enrollment and administrative fees every semester.

 Course Content


Where is Ludwigsburg University of Education

Student Profile(s)

Sally Yacoub

I am a working mother so when I heard about the INEMA program my main concern was managing my time and trying to combine my job, my son, and a degree course on top of everything else.

The program is an extra-occupational course that allows participants to continue with their jobs while earning the degree. After beginning to study I was relieved to discover that the program was indeed very flexible, and allowed me to do my tasks whenever I had the time. I started to do time management. I learned to do the tasks over two months instead of two weeks. Moreover, I had a fantastic German tandem partner.

Of course, it was not easy. But it’s worth it! I learned to take small steps, one step at a time, while still looking to the future and planning ahead. It is important to be persistent and to keep your eye on the goal. Then it works. If you manage your time well, anything is possible. The INEMA team also supported me a lot. That is exactly what INEMA is about. It is about providing the students with all the flexibility they need to advance their careers in the fields of education and development cooperation. I have been promoted several times within my organization since I started studying, and INEMA had a lot to do with this.

And you get even more: I was allowed to peak into other worlds, other cultures, and another education system. The program is very holistic, very broad. Exploring it was like tasting a new flavor of food. So if you are up for the challenge and open for new experiences, you can taste what you have never tasted before. Even topics that at first did not relate to my work helped me to improve my professional practice – like process management, process development, process improvement. You want to improve your work; you want to do better – but how? They gave me the tools to do better.

Meanwhile I received my Master’s degree, and I had my second child. I am very happy that the extra-occupational concept allowed me to succeed in every area of my life.

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