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Degree. Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Business Administration. Teaching language. English. This master’s programme features three keywords. Read more
Degree: Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Business Administration

Teaching language: English

This master’s programme features three keywords: strategy, management and international. The two-year master’s programme in Business Administration Organisations (SMIO) focuses on topics in the discipline of Business Administration.

The programme’s overall purpose is to contribute to the education of a new generation of researchers and practitioners, who understand science and business as social phenomena.

After successfully completing the programme, students will be qualified to work with international companies and organisations due to having acquired good analytical skills and ability to think strategically.

This is a four semester programme and the fourth semester will be spent writing a master’s thesis.
Courses

Semester 1. An introduction to academic studies is followed by a course in Leadership and organisation. This course will take on the exploration/exploitation dilemma and explore it through the lenses of Leadership and Organisation. The second course, Contemporary Business Processes will introduce, develop, and strengthen your understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing businesses. Students also study Project Management in International Settings as projects constitute a major tool and organisational form for implementing and achieving the strategic goals of an organisation.

Semester 2. Advanced Consumer Marketing takes an integrative, advanced approach to consumer marketing. The course in Management Control Systems focuses on different methods for managing and providing information support for private and public organisations, while the third course, Perspectives on Human Resource Management (HRM) focuses on four different perspectives: HRM in project-based organisations, HRM in public and non-profit organisations, International HRM, and HRM as a trend in society.

Semester 3. Strategy - Classic and Contemporary Views is rooted in international business and corporate strategies. This course looks at different aspects of strategy and strategic issues. Project, People and Processes has two main components. The first part is a theoretical introduction and the second part focuses on the company as a knowledge-producing entity, and other related organisational structures and control mechanisms.

Semester 4. The Master’s thesis will, in combination with research methodology, further develop students’ knowledge and skills, and enhance the ability to solve problems independently and in a scholarly manner. The choice of subject and method will indicate that students have taken an international approach. The master’s theses are to be written in teams of two.

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The MSc in International Business (incl. CEMS MIM) provides you with the tools to master the challenges of management and strategy in global organizations. Read more
The MSc in International Business (incl. CEMS MIM) provides you with the tools to master the challenges of management and strategy in global organizations. The program combines advanced analytical training with active learning in real projects together with SSE and CEMS corporate partners.

You will work on an advanced level with topics focused on running and developing global organizations. Strategy and marketing tools are used to put the firm in context and explore how firms influence their competitive environments. You will also learn how to make firms grow and prosper from the inside, through innovations and management practices that build operational excellence.

Leadership and teamwork in multi-cultural contexts is studied as well as practiced through live projects and group work, and reflected upon through interaction with executives. Ethics and CSR are integrated in several courses to mirror the integrated role it should have in everyday decision-making. Language and skills training provides the essential management communication tools needed for your future work.

In the program you will work with real, “live” projects together with corporate partners of SSE and of CEMS.

Through the combination of topics covered in the program, you will acquire a deep and integrated understanding of how international firms and other organizations function, how to navigate them to achieve results, and, last but not least, how to improve them and the things they do.

The CEMS Master in International Management is fully integrated into the program. Upon fulfilling the graduation requirements of SSE and of CEMS, you will be awarded both a Master of Science degree from SSE and a Master degree from CEMS, the prestigious global alliance of management education.

Entry requirements:

Bachelor degree
with at least 90 ECTS in Social Sciences or Humanities (including but not limited to Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Political Science, Psychology and/or Sociology), with a minimum of 30 ECTS in Business Administration.

GMAT or GRE
GMAT (total score) of 600 or more.
GRE score (quantitative) of 155 or more.
For both formats the recommended score for Analytical Writing part - in the range of 4.5-5.0 or higher.

Proficiency in English
IELTS Academic score at least 7
TOEFL iBT total score at least 100
CAE score at least B
CPE score at least C
BEC score at least B
SSE course 108/109 grade at least C

English language test exemptions (ONLY THESE CASES):
English as native language
Bachelor’s degree from a program conducted entirely (100%) in English in one of CEMS member schools or EQUIS/AACSB accredited schools or in an English-speaking country.

Proficiency in another language
You have to list all the languages that you know, this will be taken into consideration during the assessment.

Motivation & supporting attachments
CV
Letter of motivation
A ranking of the ten CEMS schools (http://www.cems.org/academic-members/our-members/list/) you prefer for your semester abroad
A passport size photo

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