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This new master’s program combines high-level economics with application-oriented courses in business and finance. Economics is thereby taught based on the foundations of the Austrian School. Read more

Business and Austrian economics

This new master’s program combines high-level economics with application-oriented courses in business and finance. Economics is thereby taught based on the foundations of the Austrian School. Entrepreneurial Economics is the first English-taught master’s program in Europe that is solidly rooted in the Austrian tradition. However, besides the Austrian focus this program also committed to methodological pluralism, since all relevant schools of thought are included in the curriculum.

Austrian economics, by its very nature, is entrepreneurial economics. No other school of thought investigates markets under the paradigm of human action and constant change. Combining classes in business and Austrian economics is thus a natural step. Together, they build a first-class education portfolio that teaches theoretical understanding, entrepreneurial thinking and independent decision making. These skills, in combination with the general analytical competence that this program conveys, lay the foundation for many promising career paths.

The program

The core of this program is formed by a comprehensive education in Austrian Economics. This school of thought – rooted in the Vienna of the late 19th century – provides until today the most comprehensive approach to the social sciences. Humans are generally being regarded as individual entrepreneurs who influence their living conditions trough target-oriented actions.

This paradigm sharply contrasts with the model of the “homo oeconomicus”, which is central to mainstream economics. The homo oeconomicus allows for a mathematization of economics, but at the same time overemphasizes equilibrium thought, thus leaving no room for entrepreneurial actions. The Austrian School, in contrast, makes the „homo agens“ the centerpiece of analysis and thus assumes a process-oriented view. Instead of mathematical formalization the conceptual analysis of human action becomes the dominant scientific principle. Using this approach the Austrian School develops a holistic and philosophical understanding of economics.

The main goal of this program is to convey this economic understanding to students so as to shape entrepreneurial personalities who are able to think both theoretically and application-oriented. In assuming the Austrian perspective entrepreneurial spirit is stimulated immensely, since this perspective is directly linked to independent thinking and a liberal social philosophy. Beyond that, this study program comprises an application-oriented part that focuses on the relevant methods of business management and thus offers the best possible preparation for a professional career. The degree of practice orientation can be further increased if a student decides to do an internship instead of a research project or if he decides to write the master´s thesis in cooperation with a company. Also, special leadership trainings as well as extracurricular studies are offered so as to further support the development of entrepreneurial personalities.

Also from an academic point of view this program is highly ambitious. It intentionally refuses to adopt the methodological imperative that characterizes modern mainstream economics, but rather takes students to the research frontier in Austrian Economics. At the same time, however, the program does not limit itself to explaining the Austrian perspective, but also teaches competing ideas and approaches, such as, for example, the neoclassical or the Keynesian view. Thereby, the students gain a unique methodological expertise and learn to understand the originality of the respective approaches. With such knowledge they are well prepared to pursue a Ph.D., as science generally commences with an understanding of the controversies that govern the debate. In addition, having completed this program, the students also possess economic knowledge that is significantly superior to the formal training of mainstream economists.

Careers

The graduates of this program are highly qualified for various professions in the private sector. With their deep understanding of the economy the graduates of this program have a particular strategic competency and are therefore suitable for numerous tasks within consultancy firms, strategy departments, and medium-sized businesses, who all seek independent-minded people.

Such strategic competencies are especially important in the area of change management, a field that is nowadays often addressed using “Embedded Entrepreneurial Teams”. Economists with a profound knowledge of the financial and banking system are also sought after in the finance sector. The graduates of this program are well-prepared to start a career in any of these areas because they are able to critically discuss various opinions and provide strong and convincing arguments. In general, however, the graduates with a master´s degree in Entrepreneurial Economics and Management should consider themselves as entrepreneurs on their own behalves with personal business goals and ideas that they can put into practice.

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The Master of Arts in International Economics and Business equips high-calibre graduates from home and abroad with an in-depth understanding of the economics of trade, investment and capital flows, how they are planned and forecast, as well as their associated opportunities and risks. Read more

About the programme

The Master of Arts in International Economics and Business equips high-calibre graduates from home and abroad with an in-depth understanding of the economics of trade, investment and capital flows, how they are planned and forecast, as well as their associated opportunities and risks.

After completing the degree programme, students will be able to make sound investment decisions and choose business sites, both in industrialised nations and emerging markets on the basis of scientific principles.

Students will be able to identify the impact and limitations of international institutions operating on a global scale. This Master’s degree can serve as a basis for an academic career.

Features

– An economics degree that includes selected courses on business studies and econometrics
– Includes interdisciplinary modules and courses on transferable skills
– Individual guidance in small learning groups of about 30 students
– Combines theory and practical application
– Includes courses taught in English and German
– The University's Language Centre has an excellent reputation
– A large number of worldwide university partnerships

Syllabus

The curriculum provides students with a thorough theoretical and statistical grounding (econometrics, microeconometrics, time-series analysis, game theory, behavioural game theory) and comprises three areas of specialisation:

1) Globalization, Geography and the Multinational Firm
2) International Finance
3) Development, Governance and Anticorruption

1) Globalization, Geography and the Multinational Firm: e.g. International Trade; Trade Policy, International Integration and World Trade Systems; New Economic Geography; Business Location Theories, Clusters and Networks; International Taxation; International Business Taxation; Urban Economics.

2) International Finance: e.g. Monetary Foreign Trade; Money, Interest and Inflation; Advanced Macroeconomics; Empirical Finance; Case Studies in Monetary Economics; Capital Market Theory; Financial Market Theory; Business Valuation.

3) Development, Governance and Anticorruption: e.g. Economics of Corruption; Anticorruption and the Design of Institutions; Institutions and Growth; Development Economics; Political Economics; Regulation.

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Prepare for a global economy. The intercultural programme. Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies. provides students with key insights into major aspects of economic development in China and Europe. Read more

Prepare for a global economy

The intercultural programme Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies provides students with key insights into major aspects of economic development in China and Europe. The skills taught include analyses of specific aspects of trade relations and financial flows, and an understanding of the social and economic interrelations between these two geo-political regions.

  • Benefit from the international experiences in both study places: Germany and China
  • Focus on Finance, Marketing, International Economics, Cultural Skills
  • Including a compulsory semester in Chengdu/China at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE)
  • Double degree available
  • Cooperation network with representatives of key social and economic organisations and international companies

Content

This full-time Master programme comprises three parts:

  • the first part builds and extends expertise in International Business and Economics,
  • the second focuses on Chinese- European Business and Economics,
  • and the third is dedicated to Cultural Studies and Language Learning.

Organisation

The Master programme takes two years in total. It begins in mid of September and ends two years later when students present their Master’s Thesis. The programme is divided into four semesters. The first two semesters are spent at Berlin School of Economics and Law. The third semester takes place at the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu, China. The fourth semester includes the writing of the Master’s Thesis. It can be studied in either location.

The master programme is taught entirely in English.

All core courses are given in a seminar style, using a wide range of case studies, presentations and discussions to provide an in-depth review of the material under consideration.



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The Double Master's Programme in Health Economics and Management gives students the opportunity to benefit from the expertise of two top-ranking universities. Read more

The Double Master's Programme in Health Economics and Management gives students the opportunity to benefit from the expertise of two top-ranking universities. They are able to enjoy the advantages offered by the interdisciplinary approach and the participation of three faculties, the Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Cologne and the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences at Maastricht University.

Students study at each university for one year and are awarded two master's degrees, a Master of Science in Health Economics from the University of Cologne and a Master of Science in Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management from Maastricht University. The Double Master's Programme in Health Economics and Management focuses on how to approach current and future healthcare challenges through innovation.

The international master's programme prepares students for high-level management positions in the public and private healthcare sector. Students develop an interdisciplinary understanding of management, economics and medicine in the sector. On completion of this programme, graduates will be able to apply economic concepts to medical questions and actively address the challenges of today's complex and rapidly changing healthcare sector with innovative approaches. With a German and Dutch master's degree, graduates will have excellent employment opportunities on the European and international job market.

Please check the programme website for more information and see the application section for details on the entry requirements and the selection process.



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Focus. Unlike other Master programmes in. Philosophy, Politics and Economics. , the focus in Witten is on the sound academic analysis of real-life problems in an increasingly interconnected world. Read more

Focus

Unlike other Master programmes in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, the focus in Witten is on the sound academic analysis of real-life problems in an increasingly interconnected world. The challenges facing modern society transcend academic disciplines as well as national boundaries. The problem scenarios we observe today are undisciplined in this sense, and therefore require consistently interdisciplinary approaches. In the highly complex society of the 21st century, it will need people with a generalistic background in economics, politics and philosophy to offer sustainable solutions for the future. The Master PPE in Witten is a [tailor-made programme for any career in leading positions] at the interface of politics, economics and (civil) society.

Who should study PPE? And what happens afterwards?

  • You will find career prospects in a range of political and social fields, NGOs, management, further education, personnel and organization development, economic and political consulting.
  • You will have career options in institutions that demand a high level of analytical competence at the interface between economics and politics.
  • The Master programme PPE also provides a basis for academic research on topics at the boundaries between economic and political sciences, as well as in political and economic philosophy.

Training for critical thinkers

  • You start your PPE-studies at one of Germany’s most prestigious departments of economics.
  • You enjoy excellent education and training, personal supervision, freedom and flexibility.
  • You can be certain to be trained in critical thinking.

Our target group:

  • smart minds
  • dedicated personalities
  • original and unconventional thinkers
  • generalists with an interdisciplinary background and specialization competences; future change makers, social entrepreneurs, political consultants, researchers and other problem solvers
  • individuals who strive to grasp complex situations at the theoretical level and find smart and sustainable solutions in practice

The Master programme is suitable for:

  • graduates of economics
  • graduates of political science
  • graduates of humanities
  • graduates of social science
  • graduates of philosophy, politics and economics
  • graduates of related interdisciplinary programmes


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Today's economists face globally competitive and increasingly complex environments. Universität Hamburg's "Master of Science in Economics" (MSc) programme responds effectively to these developments. Read more
Today's economists face globally competitive and increasingly complex environments. Universität Hamburg's "Master of Science in Economics" (MSc) programme responds effectively to these developments. It provides thorough and rigorous training in modern economic theories and techniques. It attaches great importance to quantitative skills and emphasises state-of-the-art methods of empirical research. It encourages applied work and relates it to policy. The acquired tools and research skills prepare students for real-world economic situations and challenges. The programme is taught completely in English. It provides sound training in best practice methods of mainstream economics. Opportunities for optional in-depth studies in areas of personal interest initiate a gradual transition to independent research. The programme is designed for careers in higher education, research or consultancy on both national and international levels.

The regular two-year version of the programme is structured as follows:
1. Three research-oriented core courses in the first semester (Advanced Microeconomics, Advanced Macroeconomics, and Advanced Econometrics).
2. Five optional courses in theoretical and applied economics in the second and third semester, respectively. Likely options are Business Cycle Theory, Economic Growth, Forecasting, International Economics, DSGE Modelling, Financial Economics, Real Option Theory, Public Choice, Political Economy, Public Finance, Game Theory, History of Economic Thought.
3. Research training through a Master's thesis in the fourth semester

Students with a four-year Bachelor's degree, i.e. a primary degree of 240 ECTS credit points, can shorten the programme to one year subject to approval from the programme director. Part-time study is also possible.

More information can also be found on the webpage: http://www.wiso.uni-hamburg.de/msc-econ

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The Master of Arts in International Economics, Business & Cultural Diplomacy is a two-year program offered by Furtwangen University (HFU) in partnership with the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy. Read more

The Master of Arts in International Economics, Business & Cultural Diplomacy is a two-year program offered by Furtwangen University (HFU) in partnership with the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy.

The degree provides a comprehensive base of studies in several academic disciplines related to International Economics, Business and Global Politics, with a particular emphasis on cultural diplomacy and its historical and contemporary application in the public sector, private sector and civil society. The degree prepares students for careers in diverse fields, such as the field of international relations, the humanities, business, the financial sector, politics and culture, with a special focus on Cultural Diplomacy institutions and the application of Cultural Diplomacy in the framework of foreign policy and international economics. The program addresses contemporary international issues, with classroom seminars and lectures, as well as educational & cultural events, conferences, professional trainings, tours, visits and meetings with foreign officials, which are further incorporated into the curriculum. Students will meet with leading experts working in international organizations, embassies, and academic institutions, and will engage with specialists in the areas of International Relations & Economics, Business, Communication, Politics, Human Rights, Culture, Peace Building, Multilateral Diplomacy, Conflict Resolution, and Development.

The program provides students with practical experience for both academic and professional development, preparing students for careers in diverse fields, such as international relations, the humanities, business, the financial sector, politics and culture, with a special focus on Cultural Diplomacy institutions and the application of Cultural Diplomacy in the framework of foreign policy and international economics.

On a practical level, the international environment of the Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies offers students a unique opportunity to interact with leading experts and academics at a wide variety of international organizations and research centers. This exceptional learning environment leads to original research and independent study opportunities. It allows students to create a solid professional network and form a concrete base for future academic and professional career choices, preparing students for engagement in the international arena, civil society, politics, governmental organizations and international economic organizations, as well as the private sector.

The program consists of 120 ECTS credits in total and has duration of four semesters, which take place in both Berlin, and Furtwangen (Germany). The first two semesters of the program are hosted by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin and the third and the fourth semesters are hosted by the Furtwangen University (HFU) in Berlin Campus.

The tuition cost is 12,000 Euros for the full program (6,000 Euros/Academic Year). The fees cover only the tuition fees, and do not include housing or any other living costs and related expenses.

Applications are being processed on a regular base, as enrollment to the program is possible towards Fall, Winter and Spring semesters' start, each year.

Next Start:

Fall 2018 (October 2nd, 2018)

Winter 2019 (February 8th, 2019)

Spring 2019 (April 11th, 2019)

Deadline for late admissions for Fall 2018 start: June 30th, 2018

For further information, please visit: http://www.ccds-berlin.de



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The major theme of the programme is the analysis of individual and collective decisions which will be studied from the perspective of the three disciplines involved. Read more
The major theme of the programme is the analysis of individual and collective decisions which will be studied from the perspective of the three disciplines involved. Students will learn how to combine insights from political science, economics and philosophy in order to solve decision problems arising in such diverse areas as politics, corporate governance, international relations and others.
The programme is research-oriented and aims to provide a thorough and rigorous training in modern theories and methods in political science, economics and philosophy.

In the first three semesters students attend disciplinary courses in political science, economics and philosophy as well as interdisciplinary seminars in economics and political science or philosophy.
The fourth semester is devoted to the Master's thesis.

Part-time studies are possible under special circumstances.

More information can also be found on the webpage: http://www.wiso.uni-hamburg.de/msc-pep

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The Double Master's Programme in Economics gives students the opportunity to benefit from the expertise of two top universities. They are able to enjoy the advantages offered by two universities. Read more

The Double Master's Programme in Economics gives students the opportunity to benefit from the expertise of two top universities. They are able to enjoy the advantages offered by two universities. Participants on the programme spend one year studying at each university and graduate with two master's degrees: a Master of Science in Economics awarded by the University of Cologne and a Master of Arts in Economics awarded by Keio University located in Tokyo, Japan.

Economic studies focus on how governments, companies, institutions, households and individuals allocate their limited resources. The study programme provides students with broad methodological expertise and knowledge of a variety of theoretical approaches to independently analyse and develop conceptual models to predict responses to changes in policy and market conditions. The international orientation of the Double Master's Programme enables students to learn how to solve complex economic problems on an international scale in a globalised, interconnected world by considering cross-national connections and effects.

Please check our website for more information on the programme and visit the application section for details on the entry requirements and the selection proces.



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The Program is offered by offered by Furtwangen University (HFU) in partnership with the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy. Read more

The Program is offered by offered by Furtwangen University (HFU) in partnership with the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy. The degree provides a comprehensive base of studies in several academic disciplines related to International Economics, Business and Global Politics, with a particular emphasis on cultural diplomacy and its historical and contemporary application in the public sector, and the private sector and civil society. The degree prepares students for careers in diverse fields, such as the field of international relations, the humanities, business, the financial sector, politics and culture, with a special focus on Cultural Diplomacy institutions and the application of Cultural Diplomacy in the framework of foreign policy and international economics. The program addresses contemporary international issues, with classroom seminars and lectures, as well as educational & cultural events, conferences, professional trainings, tours, visits and meetings with foreign officials, which are further incorporated into the curriculum. Students will meet with leading experts working in international organizations, embassies, and academic institutions, and will engage with specialists in the areas of International Relations & Economics, Business, Communication, Politics, Human Rights, Culture, Peace Building, Multilateral Diplomacy, Conflict Resolution, and Development.

The program provides students with practical experience for both academic and professional development, preparing students for careers in diverse fields, such as international relations, the humanities, business, the financial sector, politics and culture, with a special focus on Cultural Diplomacy institutions and the application of Cultural Diplomacy in the framework of foreign policy and international economics. On a practical level, the international environment of the Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies offers students a unique opportunity to interact with leading experts and academics at a wide variety of international organizations and research centers. This exceptional learning environment leads to original research and independent study opportunities. It allows students to create a solid professional network and form a concrete base for future academic and professional career choices, preparing students for engagement in the international arena, civil society, politics, governmental organizations and international economic organizations, as well as the private sector.

The program consists of 90 ECTS credits in total and has duration of two semesters, a Professional Development Training Program, designed individually for each student and a Thesis to be submitted towards the completion of the program. The first semester of the program is hosted by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin and the second semester is hosted by the Furtwangen University (HFU) - Berlin Campus.

Applications are being processed on a regular base, as enrollment to the program is possible towards Fall, Winter and Spring semesters' start, each year.

For start Fall 2018 (October 2nd, 2018)

Deadline for late admissions: June 30th, 2018

For more information please visit: http://www.ccds-berlin.de .



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Thank you for your interest in the master's programmes of the WiSo-Faculty. On this webpages you will find all required information on the Master . Read more

Thank you for your interest in the master's programmes of the WiSo-Faculty.

On this webpages you will find all required information on the Master Economics - you will get a sneak peak into the programme structure as well as all facts about the admission criteria and the selection procedure.

In a nutshell

  • Standard period of study: 4 semesters, full-time
  • Start: Fall term
  • Degree title: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
  • Language: English
  • Fees: Only Social fee
  • Application Deadline: June 15th 2018

"The Faculty’s excellence in both teaching and research was obviously one of the main reasons I chose the University of Cologne. However, it is particularly Cologne’s unique charm which makes studying here so worthwhile. It is not merely a good place to work. Above all, it is a very good place to live! " Jakob, Master in Economics, 3rd semester

Some examples of the questions Economics students look at

  • How is economic growth generated?
  • How can unemployment be permanently reduced?
  • How does globalisation affect the German/European economy?
  • What are the effects of unequal distribution of wealth?
  • How do people behave in markets?
  • Do we need a reform of the healthcare market?
  • What are the effects of different taxation systems?
  • Which methods are suitable for assessing economic policy measures?
  • From an economic point of view, was it right to introduce the euro?
  • How should the ECB control the interest rate?
  • Should there be tough debt ceilings for states?
  • What impact do certain political decisions have on prosperity and growth?


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In a nutshell. Standard period of study. 4 semesters, full-time. Start. Fall term. Degree title. Master of Science (M.Sc.). Language. Read more

In a nutshell

  • Standard period of study: 4 semesters, full-time
  • Start: Fall term
  • Degree title: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
  • Language: German and English; Double Master's Programme: English
  • Fees: Only social fee
  • Application Deadline: June 15th 2018 (please note the differing deadlines for the Double Master's Programme)

Some examples of the questions Health Economics students look at

  • Who are the key national and international players in healthcare?
  • What illnesses are significant in terms of health economics and how can appropriate healthcare management help to tackle them?
  • What aspects of evidence-based medicine are of crucial significance when deciding on a therapy?
  • How can health policy measures be assessed?
  • How can the ethical implications of structures and courses of action be assessed?
  • What aspects are relevant in the assessment of conclusions and the evaluation of methodological designs in the context of clinical studies?


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The Public Economics, Law and Politics programme at the Leuphana Graduate School unites disciplines that have traditionally examined the relationship between state, society and the economy. Read more
The Public Economics, Law and Politics programme at the Leuphana Graduate School unites disciplines that have traditionally examined the relationship between state, society and the economy. Questions, problems and solutions that ensue from this complex network of relations will be analyzed from the perspective of political science, economics, and law. The causes, the contexts and the social and economic effect of state action stand at the center of this programme. We aim to provide an academically grounded, yet interdisciplinary, account of how politics, law and the economy interact.

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Management decisions in the energy sector require profound understanding of the sector’s technical, economic, legal, and entrepreneurial peculiarities. Read more

Management decisions in the energy sector require profound understanding of the sector’s technical, economic, legal, and entrepreneurial peculiarities. Climate change, economic changes, public opinion, technological progress and regulation shape and limit the entrepreneurial leeway, but also offer often unforseen chances and opportunities. The industry therefore requires broadly skilled individuals who are experts in the field.

The master programme is taught over a period of three semesters. The first semester covers the technical, economic, entrepreneurial and legal foundations for management decisions in the energy sector; the second semester deepens this view and looks at business practises, primarily of grid-based utilities, and investment; the third semester broadens the view while simultaneously focusing on practise according to student’s individual interests. All semesters include lectures, tutorials, seminars as well as excursions, online materials related to practice and extracurricular activities. The master thesis due in the third semester concludes the programme.

1. Technology

This module deepens student’s knowledge of energy technologies and systems in the framework of today’s changing world.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Müller-Kirchenbauer

2. Economics

This module presents the economic basics for the understanding of energy markets and their regulation, the framework for operational Energy Management.

Prof. Dr. Georg Erdmann

3. Business

This module presents the foundations of business and discusses basic tools and applications in the context of the Energy industry.

Prof. Dr. Dodo zu Knyphausen-Aufseß

4. Energy Law

This module presents the legal framework of today’s Energy Markets on the global scale, the EU plane and Germany.

Prof. Dr. Dr. Dres. h.c. Franz Jürgen Säcker

5. Energy Grids

This module deals with the technical and managerial challenges of grid management in a changing energy environment, with a focus on transformation processes between different forms and sources of energy and the novel developments in demand response, IT, and metering.

Prof. Dr. Kai Strunz

6. Investments

This module looks at energy infrastructure from a financial point of view. Grids, storage facilities and power plants are large-scale long-term investments of national, if not international, scope and importance. How are such projects financed, how can they be insured, how can their risk be assessed, etc.

Prof. Dr. Christian von Hirschhausen

7. Management

This module looks at energetic aspects of enterprises and the implications of the changing energy landscape for industrial organisations. How to engineer efficiency and manage engineering efficiently, given changing energy markets and legal conditions?

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Müller-Kirchenbauer

8a.Efficiency (compulsory elective)

In this sub-module, students look at physical projects and products such as buildings, plants, city planning, etc. and apply the knowledge gained in prior modules in practise.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Müller-Kirchenbauer

8b. Technology and Innovation Management (compulsory elective)

In this sub-module students look at innovations, team building, management processes, administrative, financial or theoretical issues in a specific practical context.

Prof. Dr. Jan Kratzer

9. Master thesis

Individual topics, individual supervisors.



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Berlin MBA. The. Berlin MBA. is a general management programme with an international approach. The programme systematically examines all the business areas of a company – from marketing, finance, the political and legal environment to cultural aspects. Read more

Berlin MBA

The Berlin MBA is a general management programme with an international approach. The programme systematically examines all the business areas of a company – from marketing, finance, the political and legal environment to cultural aspects. The analysis primarily focuses on the dynamic challenges facing organisations and their executive leadership, especially in companies active on international markets.

The Berlin MBA programme is designed for university or college graduates with prior work experience who now aspire to higher management positions and need to enhance their set of skills in preparation for international management tasks. In choosing from a variety of elective modules, MBA students can gain the specific qualifications best suited to their own career goals.

Elective Modules, e.g.

  • Doing Business in Asia: Study Visit to Hong Kong
  • Doing Business in the USA: Study Visit to the US
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Digital Business Leadership
  • International Finance and Mergers & Acquisitions
  • International Marketing
  • Consulting and Supply Chain Management

Accreditation

The Berlin MBA programme is accredited by the Association of MBAs, AMBA, one of the leading accreditation bodies worldwide. The international accreditation ensures the high quality and relevance of the postgraduate General Management studies at the Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin.

The quality seal of FIBAA – Foundation for International Business Administration, a body recognised by the Federal Republic of Germany’s Accreditation Council, confirms that the MBA programme meets the international quality standards as set out in the European MBA Guidelines.

Programme schedule

The Berlin Full-Time MBA starts annually in September. It takes 15 months and is held completely in English. A mandatory European study visit and optional study trips to Asia or America are integral parts of the programme.The seminar styles of the classes encourage lively discussions, support rapid learning in subjects aligned with professional needs, and build on every students’ work experience. Modules are accompanied by assessments, e. g. presentations, written exams or project reports and term papers. After successfully completing all the courses and the Master's thesis, students are awarded 90 ECTS Credit Points in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System.

Programme design

The Berlin MBA programme is divided into three sections: traditional general management core modules, specific electiv modules and Master's thesis. Individual interests can be pursued in our wide range of electiv modules and integrated study visits. The final Master's thesis is designed as a company project and aims to focus on the specific application of the interdisciplinary linking of the content covered on the MBA programme. Find out more ...



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