“No business is an island!” Companies and organizations are not isolated entities and must be seen in a wider context where employees, suppliers, customers, public authorities and citizens affect and are affected by business operations. This gets even more complex in a globalized economy with companies that have customers, suppliers, or distributors in different markets.
This Master's Programme in Business Studies explores these themes by combining theoretical classes with practical exercises based on the needs of local and international companies. Core courses focusing on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and management are combined with a student’s choice of specialisation (Accounting, Marketing or Strategic Human Resource Management).
By offering a modern understanding of business while allowing you to develop a unique thesis project, this programme prepares you for entering the dynamic international job market.
Why should you take this programme?
Choosing your own specialization offers you the chance to tailor the programme to your professional goals. Come into close contact with regional and international companies where you will carry out your course work and the Master’s thesis. International peers and lecturers will provide strong opportunities for you to build your network and prepare yourself for a future career in international business.
Who should apply to the Business Studies programme?
The Master's in Business Studies at Dalarna University is designed for individuals who have a Bachelor’s in Business Administration (or similar field) who wish to build on their knowledge of organizations, management, marketing, and/or accounting. Attracting students from around the world, the programme offers participants the chance to learn about business practices and opportunities in foreign cultures and emerging markets. Documented good command of both oral and written English is required.
TUITION FEES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
The following information is applicable only to students who are applying to Dalarna University from non-EU/EEA countries and who are not applying through an approved exchange programme.
In addition to paying an application fee (900 SEK), students applying from non-EU/EEA countries are required to pay tuition fees for the Business Studies programme.
Total Programme Tuition Fee (Two Semesters)
Students Commencing in 2013: 84 000 sek Total Per Semester: 42 000 sek
Tuition fees are paid in one-semester installments. The first payment of 42 000 sek must be paid no later than June 1, 2014. This allows for reasonable processing time for a residence permit application.
Scholarships There are a number of scholarships available for successful applicants to the Business Studies programme who are applying from non-EU/EEA countries.
Value of Scholarships Up to 40 scholarships available that cover up to 50% of tuition fees for one year (60 credits).
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Last updated October 23, 2017