Master of Business Administration, EQF 7
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachlor of Engineering (BE) or a comparable degree, an accepted development work and an interview
It is possible for students to have their prior competence recognised. Will be negotiated with responsible teachers
Completion of Master's Degree in International Business Management curriculum studies and achievement of related competence objectives.
The degree is a Master's Degree -level professional higher education degree.
The degree complies with the criteria set by the Finnish national degree system as well as with the European framework for degrees and other competences.
The Master's Degree Programme is 90 credits with emphasis on studies required to develop and manage international operations. The development work is 30 credits including research seminars and supported by methodological studies.
Studies provide students with contemporay skills and tools to lead and administrate demanding international projects in Finland or abroad.
The compulsory studies include global economics and change management, strategic project management, project leadership, international marketing, financing and cash flow management, intercultural communication, as well as operations management and advanced business simulation games.
The elective studies include marketing and market analysis, information and communication technologies, international trade and contracts as well as sales and negotiating skills.
The graduates will qualify for leading positions in international trade and commerce in multicultural environments
The degree provides the students a path to continue post-graduate studies in other universities
All courses are graded from 1 (passed) to 5 (excellent)
The study time is 1,5 years
The classroom teaching is scheduled once or twice a month on Thursday from 4:30 pm to evening and on Friday from morning to afternoon.
It contains lectures, team work, individual readings, presentations, online work and a study trip
The degree programme will be continuously developed based on the feedback from the students, employers and the Supervisory Board