The MSc in Management provides a broad overview of management domains. The programme is designed for people without a related background in business economics or management, but who wish to broaden their academic knowledge on the subject.
This master offers theoretical knowledge and scientific insights but is geared towards practical skills and applications. Classes are given by a group of professors from both academia and the professional world in order to ensure the link between theory and practice.
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As the MSc in Management is only taught during the evenings, the programme is easily accessible for people combining a job with their studies. However, combining a job with a full-time study programme is quite demanding. Therefore, we recommend spreading the programme in time (over 2 or more years).
- Financial and Managerial Accounting
- Supply Chain Management
- Informatics for Management
- Management and Strategy
- Human Resources Management
- Strategic Marketing
- Master Thesis
- Corporate Finance and Investment Analysis
Following an additional preparatory programme is obligatory for all students and can be combined with the Master programme within the same academic year. Only holders of an academic degree in engineering with a minor (of minimum 18 ECTS credits) in management are exempted from the preparatory programme.
More details about the programme's curriculum can be found here
Holders of a degree equivalent to a bachelor or a master in Business, Management or in Business Economics related fields are not admissible to the MSc in Management.
To be admitted, you need a university degree, equivalent of a Flemish bachelor degree, consisting of a programme taking at least three years of study in an academic curriculum (180 ECTS).
Additionally, in order to be admitted, you need to be proficient in English.
HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply, you have to fill in the online application form and upload the required documents before the application deadline.
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