The Master in International Management/CEMS is a two-year, full time program taught entirely in English. It is specially designed to meet the needs and trends of the global marketplace in an international and multi-cultural setting, creating a stimulating learning environment through the wide variety of professional, academic, and research experience brought to the classroom. It gives participants the academic and practical knowledge they need for a successful international career.
With this high quality Master’s program, students have the opportunity to earn two prestigious degrees in management simultaneously. Upon graduation, students receive both a WU Master’s degree and a CEMS Master’s degree CEMS/MIM). The Master in International Management provides students with the know-how and expertise necessary to succeed in a global business environment and to be come tomorrow’s leaders.
The Master in International Management/CEMS starts with an intensive one-week block seminar. This kick-off seminar is followed by a number of compulsory core courses (foundations) intended to provide students with basic skills in international management. In addition to these courses, students may choose from a wide range of electives
In the second semester, the focus lies on strengthening the students’ theoretical foundations and on gaining international experience. Half of the students will spend this semester at one of the CEMS partner universities. A business project for an internationally operating company will be conducted, and students will gain working experience abroad in an internship during the summer break.
The development of specialist knowledge is the main target in the third term of the Master in International Management/CEMS degree program. Students will deepen their fundamental understanding of the material by choosing electives at WU or at one of the CEMS partner universities.
Students will concentrate on and complete their Master’s thesis, focusing on international management. Of course the students’ thesis advisors are available for personal consultation throughout the writing process. Further electives can also be chosen.
Dauer: 4 Semester
1. September 2009 bis 30. September 2009
7. Jänner 2010 bis 22. Jänner 2010