MA in International Management Tripartite/ Transatlantic Program
The Tripartite Master of Arts in International Management combines the teaching and research styles of Berlin with that of our international partners in the Czech Republic, France, Ireland, Lithuania, Mexico, Spain, and Turkey. This variety of the International Management programme in the respective study destinations provides the student the unique opportunity to experience three different academic and business environments.
Today, operating internationally is required in almost every economic sector and area. Knowledge of global strategic management - such as intercultural management as well as European and international foreign trade laws - is necessary to successfully conduct international business relations. The essential know-how for contract closure is presented in the subject area of contract management - contract knowledge management and contract design law, negotiation and conflict management, international private law and comparison of legal orders. Methodologies from all these disciplines are embedded in a sequence of real-life projects and are utilized during project development and project work and lead finally to a Master's thesis.
A Tripartite Master of Arts in International Management degree from SRH Hochschule Berlin and our international partner institutions is an excellent foundation for tackling management tasks in industry or for realizing your academic aspirations towards a doctoral thesis.
MA in International Management Tripartite/ Transatlantic Program Content
International strategic management processes require long-term and extensive decisions. The four-semester Master's degree in International Management of the SRH Hochschule Berlin offers a comprehensive program that prepares you for an international career.
The program focuses on strategy, international finance, human resources, and marketing. Students will study innovation management, commercialization and the protection of intellectual property. Risk management in value-creation and finance, as well as continental European law and company law, are an integral part of the course material.
Our students obtain the necessary background knowledge on contracts that non-lawyers require to close international deals and sustain good business relations. Within the program, you will learn about the entire process from proposal preparation to bargaining techniques to signing and implementing contracts, practice how to successfully close negotiations and acquire the necessary intercultural and language skills to operate internationally.
Upon completion of the Tripartite Master of Arts in International Management degree, you will be equipped with the instruments of international management and leadership competencies for the global stage.
Prerequisite for admission to the Master's program is a Bachelor or equivalent academic degree. Successful completion of Bachelor's programs in the fields of Business Administration, Economic Engineering, or Information Systems generally contain the essential academic experience for admission.
However, applicants possessing non-economic degrees are still welcome to apply: Qualification will be determined by individual consideration by our admissions committee; should further coursework be necessary, participation in appropriate Bachelor's courses will be made possible.
The entire degree is taught in English. All applicants must prove sufficient linguistic proficiency in order to receive admission. Proof will be accepted in the form of a:
- TOEFL®-Test: 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based) or 80 (internet-based)
- IELTS (academic) minimum score of 6.5
- TOEIC minimum score of 730.
Should the applicant be a native English speaker or have completed a Bachelor's degree or similar program taught entirely in English, the language requirement may be waived.
While German language skills are not mandatory for admission, we offer German courses to admitted students free of charge in order to facilitate better communication while living in Germany.
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Last updated December 18, 2017