International Business Management (Double Degree, Master of Science)
Program: International Business Management
Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.) (Double Degree)
Program length: 2 years / 4 semesters (120 ECTS points)
The "International Business Management" program represents a joint program of the Department of Economics of the University of Marburg and the Grande Ecole INSEEC Business School, France. It is designed as a consecutive, primarily research-oriented master's program that extends over four semesters. Its strong international alignment is reflected not only in its teaching, but also in a required foreign internship. Instruction languages for students from Marburg are German and English.
This master's program has the primary goal of imparting economic knowledge with emphases on international aspects.
The French specialization "International Business Strategy" expands individual economics disciplines (e.g. brand or supply chain management) and supplements them with aspects of human resources (e.g. intercultural conflicts or questions of economic ethics).
With this master's program, students are qualified to take on challenging responsibilities as specialists or managers in the private economy – in the fields of industry, trade and services – in the public economy or with associations. Furthermore, the master's program enables students to acquire further qualification with a doctorate.
Required university degree Certification of a degree from a subject-relevant bachelor's program in "Economics" or a comparable domestic or foreign qualifying university diploma.
At least 120 credit points (CP) in the completed program must have been earned in Economics subjects and the related ancillary sciences, which teach methodological competence (e.g. Mathematics for Economists, Statistics).
Furthermore, there must be methodological competencies in the form of at least 15 CP from the fields of Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, Econometrics or Empirical Economic Research. Of these 15 CP, at least 5 must have been earned in Mathematics and at least 5 in Statistics.
Certifications of program-specific knowledge and skills to be submitted prior to admission German skills:
Certification of skills in the English language at Level B2 of the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe"
and certification of skills in the French language according to Language Level B1 of the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe
Admission procedure and program-specific documents to be submitted Restricted admission (NC)
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