Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg

International Business in Developing & Emerging Markets

Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
In Freiberg

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Tipologie Master
Ort Freiberg
Dauer 2 Jahre
  • Master
  • Freiberg
  • Dauer:
    2 Jahre

The specific characteristics of the programme consist of the focus on. emerging and developing countries and the opportunity to spend one or. two semesters in the respective region. Thus, students achieve not. only skills in the specific subject but gain also inter-cultural competence. Graduates should optimally meet the requirements of the labor market, when looking for job opportunities in the international business of former. transition, emerging and developing countries..
Gerichtet an: Targeted professions:- Management in multinational companies, including internationally oriented small and medium-sized companies; - Management in public administration and policy-advising bodies; - Academia as an post-master option (PhD).

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Akademiestraße, 09596, Sachsen, Deutschland
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Akademiestraße, 09596, Sachsen, Deutschland
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· Voraussetzungen

Bachelor degree or a similar degree in the fields of business studies, economics or comparable studies with a German grade of 3,0 (65%, satisfactory) or better • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with at least 213 points (computer-based test) or 550 points or IELTS (minimum 6.0) or other equivalent tests • GMAT-Test (minimum 550 points) • Letter of recommendation from one professor

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Prof. Dr Horst Brezinski
Prof. Dr Horst Brezinski
International Economics


The new Master programme of International Business in Developing and Emerging Markets provides future Eastern and Western Managers with theoretical and practical insights into business administration and economics. It will permit the students to understand and participate in today's and future opportunities in the transition and development issues of
worldwide business.
The first two semesters consist of mandatory and optional courses. A fundamental knowledge of modern economics, especially of the economy of developing and present and former transition countries as well as knowledge in special fields of international management are an integral part of the modules.
In the second year, the students will have the opportunity of spending one semester abroad at partner universities. Followed by a three month internship with an integrated master thesis that has to be written and supervised in Germany or at the partner university. The international programme envisions thatall courses in Freiberg and abroad are taught in English. Students may also enrol in courses offered at the partner
universities in the language of the university.

Specific features of the programme:
• Individual tutoring
• Lecturers from the academic, business and political world
• Improvement of international and intercultural skills
• Studying one semester abroad
• Internships at international companies or organizations
• Additional language courses
• Fast and practical preparation for management positions in the home country or abroad
• Contacts inside and outside the University to managers and politicians.

Duration: 4 semesters

Degree: MBA in International Business in Developing and Emerging Markets (IBDEM)

Start: Winter term

Application deadline:15 June of each year

Limitation: 30 students

Zusätzliche Informationen

Preisinformation: Studiengebühren: keine Semesterbeitrag: 75,- Euro.
Weitere Angaben: Time-plan: - two semesters at Freiberg - one semester at a partner university - three months internship in industry - three months Master Thesis to be preferably closely to the internship
Praktikum: 3 Months in the third semester, from which the Master thesis can evolve.
Maximale Teilnehmerzahl: 30
Kontaktperson: Prof. Dr Horst Brezinski