De Montfort University, in Leicester, UK, and Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College are delighted to offer this successful UK Master programme in Copenhagen.
Get ready for your international career
Our MSc programme qualifies you for financial, marketing and managerial posts at home and internationally. This programme is based on best business practices and you will acquire competencies that are vital to the business manager of tomorrow.
Why take an MSc?
- A one and a half year programme leading to a recognized De Monfort University MSc degree in International Business & Management
- Teaches you the skills you need for tomorrow’s jobs in Business & Management
- Live, work and study in Copenhagen, Denmark
- Study at Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College, Denmark's oldest business college
The MSc International Business and Management (MSc IBM) programme is the first British De Montfort University Master of Science degree programme to also be offered at Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College. Niels Brock has been delivering De Montfort University undergraduate programmes since 1998 and this MSc programme was successfully introduced in 2011 with a twice-yearly intake.
De Montfort University adheres to the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ) postgraduate level 7. The FHEQ level descriptors will be shown on your Diploma Supplement and any transcripts which you receive.
It should be emphasized that the MSc International Business and Management degree programme is a British 3-semester university degree of 180 English credits, equivalent to
90 ECTS. The degree may qualify you for demanding international careers and PhD studies at De Montfort University.
This British MSc degree should be distinguished from Danish Cand. or Master's degrees. If you wish to know more about Danish degrees, please consult www.fivu.dk.
De Montfort University programmes and partnerships are quality assured by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).
To comply with Danish regulations on the provision of Higher Education programmes aimed at international students, approval has been obtained from the Danish Evaluation Institute (EVA).
- LBPG5013 Business Management and Employability (0 credits)
- ACFI5020 Accounting for Managers (15 credits)
This module includes the Executive Business Simulation LBPG5009 (0 credits)
- CORP5068 Critical Management in a Global Context (15 credits)
- HRMG5064 People, Management and Organisations (15 credits)
- MARK5054 International Marketing (15 credits)
- ACFI5022 Strategic & Financial Decision-Making (15 credits)
- LBPG5018 Research Methodology (15 credits)
- LBPG5017 Dissertation
- CORP5039 International Strategic Management, Markets and Resources (15 credits)
- POPP5007 Globalisation (15 credits)
- LBPG5017 Dissertation (60 credits)
All 1st semester MSc students will attend classes 4-5 days per week, attending either morning or afternoon classes according to their class registration.
- Morning classes: May be placed Mondays-Fridays in the time span of 8:00-12:00. Variations may occur.
- Afternoon classes: May be placed Mondays-Fridays on the time span of 12:00-17:00. Variations may occur.
All 2nd semester MSc students will attend 4-5 days of classes per week, attending either morning or afternoon classes according to their class registration.
- Morning classes: May be placed Mondays-Fridays at 8:00-12:00. Variations may occur.
- Afternoon classes: May be placed Mondays-Fridays at 12:00-17:00. Variations may occur.
- UK 1st or 2nd class Honours business, finance, or marketing degree, or
- Danish full-time professional Bachelor's business, finance, or marketing degree with a high average, or
- Equivalent overseas qualifications, or
- De Montfort University Graduate Certificate in International Business with an average score of 50% or higher
- American BSc Graduates with a GPA score of 2.50 or higher
- IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
- Letter of Motivation
- Passport (must be valid for the duration of your studies)
The online application form should be submitted in accordance with the deadlines above. Early booking is recommended.
Admission decisions will be announced no later than 2 weeks after the application deadline.
If the applicant is accepted into the programme, a Letter of Acceptance including payment details will be sent to the email address provided in the application form.
Within one week of having received the payment, Niels Brock will send a signed ST1 residence permit application form by email, allowing the applicant to begin the visa application process.
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