Masters Program in Bavaria Germany

Top Masters Programs in Bavaria Germany 2016/2017

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The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Earning a Master requires two years of education after earning a Bachelor. This advanced degree may help students to achieve their educational and professional goals, as the rigors of a Master’s program help train students in the skills and knowledge they need to land the career of their dreams.

 

Germany is a great destination for international scholarsand has a high quality higher education system. The value of this level of education has been improved by the Germany's strong economy. Foreign students enjoy excellent living standards in a secure and safe surroundings. Berlin is the capital.

Bavaria is a state in the southeast of Germany. It is the 2nd most populate state with more than 12 million inhabitants. The roots of this region have a history of when it was a kingdom in 1806. It is home to major influential cities in Germany like Munich.

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LL.M. German Law for foreign graduates

University of Passau
Campus Full time 2 - 3 semesters October 2017 Germany Passau

The Master's degree in German Law for foreign graduates is a research-focused degree that imparts professional legal expertise and allows you to develop your legal skills. [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Bavaria Germany. This master's degree in German Law for foreign graduates is a research-focused degree that imparts professional legal expertise and allows you to develop your legal skills. Unlike most other disciplines, laws are unique to the societies that brought them forth, and therefore vary significantly from country to country. There is a steadily growing demand for legal practitioners with in-depth knowledge of the German legal system. Building on a previous law degree earned abroad, this degree programme gives you essential skills and specific expertise in German law, while placing special emphasis on research. The Scientific Methods module enables you to leverage your methodological and systematic competences developed over the course of the degree programme when conducting independent research – skills you will apply when writing your master's thesis, which forms part of the programme. Language requirements As this degree programme is fully German-taught, you need to be proficient in German to apply (at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, as evidenced by DSH-1 or an equivalent language certificate). If you need to learn or perfect your German first, you may be interested in the University's preparatory German language offering, German Courses Passau. Features - The Faculty of Law of the University of Passau has an excellent reputation in Germany and regularly achieves top results in the various university rankings - A multicultural environment owing to the international orientation of the University and the Faculty of Law in particular - German Courses Passau offers German language courses specially designed for law students, which are open to students enrolled on this LL.M. programme - Attend modules together with German law students - Previous academic achievements at other German universities may be counted towards the degree Career prospects LL.M. German Law graduates typically work in international law firms in their home country, where they will advise their foreign clients on German law, either directly or by obtaining information from a correspondent law firm and presenting the response in a form that is readily understood by their clients. One example of such a client would be a foreign business enterprise which intends to sell its goods or services on the German market. Similarly, once you have graduated from this programme, you may advise German clients on your home country's legal system, as companies which intend to establish a subsidiary abroad, for instance, require legal advice on many issues, such as choosing the right legal form, tax laws, employment regulations and so on. In addition to imparting important work-related expertise, this degree programme also qualifies you for doctoral study – at the University of Passau or at another German or indeed foreign university's law faculty. Being well-versed in two different legal systems, you might, for instance, engage in comparative legal research. [-]

LL.M. Intellectual Property and Competition Law

Munich Intellectual Property Law Center MIPLC
Campus Full time October 2016 Germany Munich

The MIPLC provides a truly international and interdisciplinary experience, thanks to its four partners, international faculty, and students from all over the world. [+]

Why Study IP Law at the MIPLC? Thank you for your interest in our LL.M. program "Intellectual Property and Competition Law." On this page, we would like to explain two things: a) why we feel intellectual property and competition law are relevant, and b) what makes the MIPLC special. Why Study Intellectual Property and Competition Law? As matters relating to intellectual property play an important role in the fields of science, technology, business and the arts, the need for expertise in intellectual property issues increases. No matter what your profession or educational training, in the course of your work you will have come across the multifaceted and fascinating nature of IP in action. The various aspects of IP law and related areas of competition law may seem independent of each other at first glance. However, in daily practice, especially when dealing with multinational clients, it quickly becomes apparent that they are highly interconnected. To cite just one example, in order to strategically manage an IP portfolio, one must have both a firm grasp of various areas of IP law as well as an understanding of the relevant markets. Whereas in the past such knowledge was divided among several departments within a company or various experts within a law firm, the complexity of modern IP transactions now demands that each person involved on a project or case possess well-rounded knowledge of IP related issues. This know-how improves the internal processes of communication, the image of the business and, last but not least, the finished "product". Our Program The MIPLC provides a truly international and interdisciplinary experience, thanks to its four partners, international faculty, and students from all over the world. With just 38 students (maximum) per year, our program is much smaller than others. This guarantees intensive interaction between students, professors, and staff, as well as personalized support. Our courses are designed specially for our program and our students. Our program is: Specialized and fully-accredited, and intensive Suitable for law graduates and students with other backgrounds alike Taught entirely in English Multi-jurisdictional, covering civil law and common law traditions and multiple countries Diverse with a wide variety of modules to choose from Interdisciplinary, discussing all aspects of IP from the legal and relevant economic perspectives Applicable, with the practical aspects of IP covered in simulations, case-studies, and internship Supplemented with study visits to European Patent Office and other IP organizations, an optional study visit to Washington, D.C., and guest lectures and talks throughout the year A member of the EIPIN network Located in Europe's IP Capital Munich Our Curriculum Our curriculum is highly comprehensive, covering a wide variety of areas, subject matters, and jurisdictions. We aim to give our students an extensive selection of courses to allow them to study their preferred area(s) of interest as broadly and deeply as possible. Comprehensive reading and study materials are provided for each course. Our Students An educational institution cannot live without students. At the MIPLC, we are proud of our outstanding student body, who further enliven the study experience with their diverse and amazing personalities. Our program is truly international and interdisciplinary, and so are our students. They have backgrounds in law, economics, engineering, natural sciences, and other fields. They come to the MIPLC from all over the world to prepare for ambitious careers in the IP sector, especially as attorneys, patent agents, judges, business experts, scientists, engineers, and university faculty members. We are especially proud of training a student sponsored by the Japanese Supreme Court every year. Many of our students join the MIPLC relatively soon after completing their primary studies and gaining initial professional experience. However, we also continue to attract professionals with extensive practical IP experience who decide to undertake further studies. We have therefore been able to welcome students aged 21 to 50 to our classroom. The average age of each class of students is about 30 years. Courses and Modules The courses offered at the MIPLC are split up into four types of modules: The Introductory Module: This is a preparatory, no-credit module. Participation is optional but strongly recommended to all students, a especially in classes that cover unfamiliar topics. The Basic Modules: There are four Basic Modules that are mandatory for all students and are completed by one exam per module. These modules cover the core areas of IP - patents, copyright, trademarks, and design - but also basic cross-cutting topics, such as European Law or Jursidiction and Conflict of Laws. The Elective Modules: 12 specialized Elective Modules allow students to focus their studies on subjects they are particularly interested in. Due to the students' varied interests, class size in the elective courses is usually small. While the majority of the Elective Modules work on an exam-per-course basis, three modules are concluded by a single exam per module. This allows students to take into account their preferred studying and examination style when selecting their modules. The Master's Thesis Module: Completing a Master's thesis is a requirement for all students, as the thesis is a central component of the LL.M. program. Its preparation is an excellent opportunity to explore a particular topic in great depth and on a highly sophisticated level. Students start to work on their Master's thesis early on in the program. They may choose their topic freely to correspond to personal interests and career goals. Each student is assigned a thesis supervisor with whom they can discuss issues that come up in the course of their research. The final thesis, due about six weeks after the completion of the summer term, should run to about 55-75 pages. In selecting a topic for the Master's thesis, students may benefit from MIPLC's participation in the European University Network set up by the Office for the Harmonization of the Internal Market (OHIM). In the context of this network, students from participating universities can write their Master's thesis on a topic suggested by one of the designated OHIM "research advisers." The advisers are experienced OHIM staff members who provide additional guidance and support to the students. A research session takes place at OHIM's premises in Alicante in July. Attendance of this session is mandatory for participating students, who will give a ten-minute oral presentation on their research. [-]

Master in Simulation Based Engineering Sciences – Applied Computational Mechanics

esocaet Studies by CADFEM
Online & Campus Combined Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Landshut

Since 2005 many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Bavaria Germany. Program Overview 2005 marked the first time the part-time master’s degree program Applied Computational Mechanics was offered jointly by the universities of applied sciences Landshut and Ingolstadt as well as CADFEM. Since then many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. Possible Degrees Master’s (M.Eng., 90 ECTS-credits) Module studies Recognition of competencies, that participants already acquire at work Yearly program starts in September. Those with specific background knowledge may have the possibility to enroll later. Flexible Scheduling: Master’s degrees usually take four semesters to complete. With a reduced course-load it will take longer. Comprehensive combination of modules as needed Experienced professors from different universities and from industry The language of instruction is EnglishLifelong learning: Even after degree completion, you can take module coursework. Participant Group The ideal candidates are college graduates, who have already collected professional experience in engineering or science, and who are interested in a professional or managerial career in the field of product development with a focus on simulation. Since the study is supervised individually, it also takes into account the interests of newcomers as well as experienced professionals who wish to transfer from other applications. Thus, the offer is also open to professionals who have been contemplating a diploma, bachelor's, master's or even a doctoral degree. Module Course Offerings Structure Mechanics Solid Mechanics* Finite Element Method* Geometrical Nonlinear and Contact Analysis* Materials and Material Models* Computational Dynamics* Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics Multi Body Systems Mechatronics Mechatronics Interdisciplinary Topics Acoustics Mathematics and Computational Methods* Experimental Validation Modeling Techniques Optimization and Robust Design Scientific Programming Simulation Management Management of Product Development Project Work* Additional Themes Our partner universities offer modules from other areas of simulation-based engineering sciences such as fluid dynamics or human medicine. Information material with a complete module summary can be ordered by us. *Compulsory master’s program modules Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) The career-integrated program is a module-concept and contains 90 ECTS-credits total. Successful graduates will earn their Master of Engineering degree (M.Eng.), which enables them to apply for their doctoral degree thereafter. Time Period The study is divided into in-person and self-study phases. The classroom includes lectures, seminar-like classes and practical exercises. Overall, you need to plan for about 45 days of in-person attendance within two-years, as well as eight to ten hours per week for independent study. The classroom teaching takes place at one of the two universities, usually on Friday and Saturday. Thus, the program is specifically tailored to the needs of those who are working, and it can also be completed with longer travel distances. Sequence of Study Participants in the master’s program must first have their university degree, as well as at least one year of professional experience in the field of engineering or natural science. In the initial semester method-oriented and application-specific modules are at the forefront, of which you may select three yourself. As part of your previous employment or as part of your higher education, you probably already acquired some of these necessary on-the-job skills. Therefore, you may receive credit for the first semester modules if evidence of comparable skills is displayed after an individual examination. This can reduce the study period from five to four semesters for many students. Over the next three semesters at least nine specialized modules must be completed from the module listing, including seven compulsory modules. The elective courses can be selected from the module catalogue of the master program or from a range of cooperating higher education institutions, so long as they are equivalent. We are happy to provide personalized advising concerning the aspects of the first semester, and the possibility to earn credit through individual modules. The master thesis generally involves the scientific processing of a task for the student’s company. The final program component takes place through a master’s thesis defense at the university. Module Studies Each of the modules offered by the program can be taken individually. In order to achieve optimum learning, you should take note of the recommended prior knowledge. A module comprises 5 ECTS points and concludes with an examination. Under certain circumstances, the combination may be useful along with another module. Time Period The study is divided into in-person and self-study units. The live classroom portion will usually be on Friday and Saturday at one of the two universities and generally includes 9 to 10 half-days. For self-study, you should plan another 70 hours. Upon successful completion you receive a certificate of academic achievement. Module Study Offerings The current course offerings are available under the Module Overview tab. We would gladly fulfill personal requests for module descriptions, module specific requirements, and schedules, and are happy to advise you individually. Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt 5,300 students in 42 technical and economics courses, 126 professors in three faculties, two central institutions, 98 international partner universities and a modern administration - these numbers represent our university. So what is behind these numbers? First, it is the quality of our practical, hands-on teaching. The power of innovation in applied research also plays a big role. Finally, we have a campus with an attractive environment in the center of which is our students. The Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt has taught in the fields of Education Sciences since its founding in 1994, and always puts its graduates in a position to apply scientific methods in professional practice. The excellent amenities create the conditions for a short length of study coupled with and a rate of success. Landshut University of Applied Sciences Teaching and learning, research and development and training, to ensure lifelong learning—these principles have guided the work of University of Landshut since its founding in 1978. The five faculties Management, Electrical/ Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Social Work offer 30 courses of study. Nearly 5,100 students will benefit from the practical relevance of teaching, as well as the individual support and modern equipment. These include a unique library, with the possibility to check-out books around the clock, as well as the data center and the well-equipped technical laboratories. In such an optimal environment, the graduates can fully concentrate on their studies. [-]

European Master in Consumer Affairs

TUM School of Management
Campus Full time 2 years October 2016 Germany Munich

The subject "Consumer Affairs" is a world-wide rising field in research and higher education. It analyzes consumers in their economic, social and ecological environment. Beside the basics of Consumer Affairs [+]

The subject "Consumer Affairs" is a world-wide rising field in research and higher education. It analyzes consumers in their economic, social and ecological environment. Beside the basics of Consumer Affairs in the first semester, students can specialise in the research fields “Consumer, Technology and Innovation” and “Sustainable Consumption”. The Master's Program in Consumer Affairs (MCA) is located at TUM School of Management. Due to its interdisciplinary focus there are three other faculties involved (TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan (WZW), TUM School of Education, Faculty of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering). The language of instruction is English. MCA program starts every year in October and takes four semesters (120 ECTS). MCA at TUM School of Management has been integrated in the European Master’s Programme in Consumer Affairs (EURECA) which is also offered by Wageningen University. There are special cooperations with the Aarhus University, Warsaw University of Life Sciences and the University of Bologna. From the academic year 2015/16 on, EURECA will be transferred into a new consumer oriented double degree program between Wageningen University and Techische Universität München and into the general mobility programs of the partner institutions involved. MCA offers you: - studying in an international atmosphere - exchange semester(s) at one of the European partner universities (e.g. double degree program) - individual specialisations - studying with a strong research focus - close contact to the Alumni Club “Association Friends of Consumer Research at TUM - GFV” With MCA students choose a programme with a strong research focus and great career opportunities! [-]

Master in Management

TUM School of Management
Campus Full time 2 years October 2016 Germany Munich

In today's companies, different departments often work closely together. The traditional barriers are breaking down. That places new requirements on managers [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Bavaria Germany. In today's companies, different departments often work closely together. The traditional barriers are breaking down. That places new requirements on managers: Leading employers are looking for people who are not only experts in running the business but can also build bridges between different departmental cultures. To meet this need for interdisciplinary skills, we have developed the Master’s Program in Management. The program is built around introductory courses in law and economics and an extensive study of management, with a later specialization and project studies. The course ends with a master's thesis. The Master’s Program in Management is aimed at people with a first degree in the Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Computer Science, or engineering who wish to expand their management skills. The program is available in two tracks: Track 1 and Track 2. Choice of track depends on the applicant's first degree. Both tracks usually take four semesters to complete. Admission requirements Track 1: First degree in Engineering such as Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering & Surveying, Architecture, or equivalent. Track 2: First degree in the Natural Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, Sports Science, or equivalent. [-]

Master in Management & Technology

TUM School of Management
Campus Full time 2 years October 2016 Germany Munich

Today's world of increasing global competition and rapidly changing technology calls for a new type of graduate: one who combines excellent skills in management [+]

Today's world of increasing global competition and rapidly changing technology calls for a new type of graduate: one who combines excellent skills in management with a strong background in technology or science. Our Master’s Program in Management & Technology is designed to give you exactly what today's top employers are looking for. It has a truly interdisciplinary focus: 70% management and 30% natural sciences or engineering. It also gives you plenty of room for developing your own interests through specialization. The Master’s degree will give you the ability to solve problems at the interface between management and technology – and therefore prepare you for your future professional life. The Master's Program in Management & Technology is available in two tracks: Track 1 and Track 2. Choice of track depends on the applicant's first degree. Both tracks usually take four semesters to complete. Admission requirements Track 1: First degree in Management & Technology ( Bachelor’s Program in Management & Technology), Industrial Engineering or equivalent degree at the intersection of management and technology. Track 2: First degree in Business Administration, Economics, Management or equivalent. [-]

Master Risk Management & Treasury

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Frankfurt am Main

Der Master-Studiengang Risk Management & Treasury macht Sie zum Experten für finanzwirtschaftliche Risiken in und für Unternehmen, Banken und Versicherungen. [+]

Der Master-Studiengang Risk Management & Treasury macht Sie zum Experten für finanzwirtschaftliche Risiken in und für Unternehmen, Banken und Versicherungen. Als Absolvent sind Sie in der Lage, u. a. Währungs-, Kredit- und Zinsrisiken mit Hilfe praxiserprobter wissenschaftlicher Methoden verantwortungsvoll einzuschätzen und adäquate Risikomanagement-Prozesse einzuleiten. Sie können Risiken von Geschäftsmodellen identifizieren und beurteilen. Mit Ihrem Spezialistenwissen in Treasury Management unterstützen Sie die Geschäftsführung in Fragen der Liquiditäts- und Finanzplanung. Sie beenden Ihr Studium mit dem akademischen Titel Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Risk Management & Treasury.... [-]


Master in Open Media

Macromedia University for Media and Communication
Campus Full time Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Munich + 1 more

Whether as an employee in corporate communications, as a freelance designer, entrepreneur or marketing manager of a publishing house: a classical study does not often meet the complex job requirements of the media industry. In a modular Open Media Master programme you therefore have the opportunity to put together your individual study according to your specific requirements [+]

Design your own curriculum: Whether as an employee in corporate communications, as a freelance designer, entrepreneur or marketing manager of a publishing house: a classic study is sometimes not adequate to meet the complex requirements of the professional media industry. In the modular master program Open Media students have the opportunity to put together their studies individually according to their specific requirements. They are based on a few core modules in which they train their scientific and methodological expertise to develop basic management skills and broaden their knowledge of media law and economics. Based on this, students select the areas of Design, Journalism, and Management courses relevant to them. The master's program Open Media has a strong international focus. A majority of the courses will be in English and the students work in interdisciplinary projects to deal with international issues. According to the non-consecutive principle of studies, the MHMK Master School’s degree in Open Media program is not only limited to those who hold Bachelor degrees in media related fields, but to all those interested parties of any fields, who bring first-hand professional experience in the media industry. Flexible lecture hours and part-time studies are possible due to the low amount of required portions. ... [-]


Master Technology And Innovation Management

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Hamburg

With the Master's degree program Technology and Innovation Management, the FOM University responds to the growing needs of the economy on a success-oriented [+]

Master Technology and Innovation Management

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.) The master's degree program in Technology and Innovation Management, The FOM University Responds to the growing needs of the economy at a performance-based innovation management. The master's degree program equips you with the know-how and tools to develop on efficient innovation management in and for companies and implement proactive exploits the creative potential. , The Relatively young research and field of work offers, so in terms of your Master Thesis shape, the best opportunities, the practice and the research landscape in this field of competence. Support You will learn among other things, as part of the FOM Research Forum in Which you participate as a student and exchange ideas with experts in yourfield to current industry-specific issues. finish your studies with a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Technology and Innovation Management.... [-]


Master Sales Management

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Cologne

In Master's program sales management sales experts guarantee from the business community as well as renowned professors from the FOM Hochschule the practical and scientifically sound [+]

Master Sales Management

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

In Master's program sales management sales experts guarantee from the business community as well as renowned professors from the FOM Hochschule the practical and scientifically based mediation of specialist management expertise. In the doctrine it incorporated not only the experience of the specialists, but also the findings of research projects on the Faculty. A project that performs the FOM in cooperation with the German Marketing Association, deals with training opportunities for sales professionals in the light of changing conditions and increasing demands on performance. Since sales marketing is still a relatively young field of research, provide for scientifically ambitious students the best opportunities to contribute their own impulses for deepening the area of ​​competence.... [-]


Master Logistics

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Munich

The specialized master's degree in logistics was developed within the meaning of the FOM "Integral Total Management" - concept and in close collaboration of university professors FOM [+]

Master Logistics

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

The specialized master's degree in logistics was developed within the meaning of the FOM "Integral Total Management" - developed the concept in close collaboration of university professors and experts from the FOM of the logistics industry. This ensures that you as scientifically sound as practically qualify for the demands of the dynamic logistics industry. The degree program is the renowned Professor. Dr. Stephan Zelewski than before Program Director. The findings of its broad-based research activities also flow into the courses, such as those of the ild - Institute of Logistics & service management at the FOM under the direction of Prof. Dr. Matthias Klumpp. Numerous projects of ild be funded by the European Union because of their importance for the sector. The ILD koopertiert eg with universities, organizations and business and has established itself as lead manager in major projects a name. You complete your studies with the title Master of Science (M.Sc.) in logistics.... [-]


Master IT Management

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Bonn

As a university for the FOM professionals puts a special focus on the relevance of teaching content for practice [+]

Master IT Management

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

With Prof. Dr. Stefan Eickermann, Chair of Economics Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Directs a renowned IT expert to master's degree program IT management at the FOM University. Prof. Eickermann has published Numerous publications in international magazines. His expertise is included in the courses of the Master's Degree Program - as well as the results of research projects did support the FOM in this field of competence. Currently, the University Throughout the project to IT innovations in human environment. As part of its "High-Tech Strategy 2020", the Federal Government supports the project financially. As a university for working professionals, the FOM has a Particular Focus on the relevance of the curriculum for practice. Accordingly, in addition to methods of research, application-oriented topics: such as project management and software engineering are part of the curriculum. finish your degree as a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in IT Management... [-]


Masters Human Resource Management

FOM Hochschule
Campus 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Stuttgart

In Master Programme HR management treat the full range of HR topics. The lecture dine among other things from the scientific [+]

Human Resource Management Master

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

In Master Programme HR management treat the full range of HR topics. The lecture dine among other things from the scientific work of FOM own research institutes: Both the Department of Personnel and Organizational Research under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. Marco rooms, as well as the Institute for Work & personnel under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. Ulrike Hellert, let the latest research results in the doctrine incorporated thus ensuring next unconditional actuality a high scientific level of the events. Committed to the optimal transfer between theory and practice, the FOM also binds experts from the business community as a lecturer in the lectures a. The quality of the Master's program Human Resources Management is Professor em. Dr. Willi Küpper from the University of Hamburg as Director of Studies. After completing your studies run the academic title Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Human Resource Management.... [-]


Master Finance & Accounting

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Neuss

The Master's program Finance & Accounting prepares you for practical and scientifically based on the needs of financial management in companies. Your lecturers are [+]

Master Finance & Accounting

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

The Master's program Finance & Accounting prepares you for practical and scientifically based on the needs of financial management in companies. Your instructors are experienced financial experts from the business community as well as university professors and professors of the FOM. In deepening their technical and methodological expertise, you benefit in particular from the research of the German Institute for portfolio strategies of FOM, whose scientific advisory board headed by Professor Dr. Eric Frère is staffed with financial analysts and asset managers as well as international project partners such as the German Association for the Protection Wertpapierbesitz eV.... [-]


Master Marketing & Communication

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2016 Germany Cologne

In the Master's program Marketing & Communication They deal with the key aspects of corporate communications. Your lecturers are communications professionals from companies and agencies as well as compartment sizes from science. The course contents are in accordance with practice-oriented and meet high academic standards. [+]

Master of Marketing & Communication

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

 

In the Master's program Marketing & Communication They deal with the key aspects of corporate communications. Your lecturers are communications professionals from companies and agencies as well as compartment sizes from science. The course contents are in accordance with practice-oriented and meet high academic standards.

Strengthened sustainability of these is through the KCM competence center for marketing and media industry: The research facility of the FOM sees itself as a think tank for scientists and fostering dialogue with marketing and media experts and executives from practice. Under the scientific leadership, the KCM Insights into the future of buyer or user or recipient behavior from the economics perspective. The scientific findings of this applied research flow directly into the courses of your Master's program. You complete your studies with a Master of Science (MSc) in Marketing & Communication... [-]