International Business - Intercultural Management (MIBIM)Hochschule Heilbronn
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The MA International Business & Intercultural Management has been created for students who hold a BA or BA (Hons) degree in Business Studies or related disciplines that contain a high number of business subjects. Applicants should have an excellent (awarded with distinction) or good (awarded with merit) European degree or an equivalent international qualification. As the programme is delivered in English, it is particularly suitable for applicants from the EU and overseas who are eligible for postgraduate studies in Germany. They will provide evidence of their high level of proficiency in...
The MA International Business & Intercultural Management is dedicated to qualifying first-degree graduates for management positions in globally operating organisations. It is intended to equip future business leaders with the subject knowledge and the methodological, interpersonal and intercultural competences which will enable them to (inter)act appropriately and responsibly in a multidimensional environment. Such competences are founded on multiple skills and capabilities, i.e. expert knowledge of International Business Management, a high level of intercultural efficiency as well as IT competencies.
The course contents are founded on a sound theoretical basis while including experiential forms of learning such as guided business simulations and economic scenarios. The Master Programme takes a maximum of 18 months to complete, the final semester consisting of fieldwork and projects in course-related areas. Specific benefits and assets:
-a clearly structured, time-efficient schedule
-innovative teaching and learning techniques
-integrated project work
-lectures delivered exclusively in English
-a favourable student-lecturer ratio
-an international learning environment
-sustained teaching quality by systematic student appraisal
...English (corresponding to 6.0 IELTS points or TOEFL -pbT 550/677, -cbT 213/300, -ibT 79/120 points; the TOEFL code of Heilbronn University is 2751). Native speakers of English are exempt from this requirement as are those candidates who have previously completed a degree programme delivered in English.
The credits required for admission to the Master Programme are 210 ECTS or international equivalents. Applicants holding a degree with only 180 ECTS have the opportunity to obtain the missing 30 ECTS by attending additional classes in the Bachelor Programmes offered by Heilbronn University. Applicants who have been trained in course-related jobs or have successfully studied abroad may receive bonus points that will facilitate their admission to the Master Programme. The university’s terms and conditions apply to all offers made for this Master Programme. The specific terms regarding this course are available on request.
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Next application deadline: January 15th, 2010
Programme start: mid-March 2010