The Master in Management* aims to provide students with a comprehensive view of international management, exploring the critical factors for cross-national business success, the impact of globalisation on the international business environment, trade theories, and internationalisation strategies.
As part of the Management specialisation, master students explore:
- entrepreneurial activity and its role in sustaining growth, identifying markets and seizing opportunity within a global economy
- leadership and how effective practices impact employees, customers and other stakeholders
- the structures of information delivery and the impact on products, services, operations, decision-making, marketing, and distribution
- international project management an new approaches to dealing with geographical dispersed groups of individuals and resources
- crossing national borders in the business world, and the operational, legal and logistical problems that commonly occur
- human resources, internal marketing and the dynamics of effective leadership as a strategic factor in gaining competitive advantage in the global market
- practical examinations of the marketing strategies of international organisations.
- conceptual thinking, critical analysis, and the implementation of strategic action
- advanced communication and inter-personal skills
- in-depth critical understanding of relevant theories, concepts and models and the integration of theory and practice in a variety of contexts
- advanced enquiry and research skills, holistic thinking, integration and synthesis
- team working and motivational skills
- inner responsibility and self-inspection skills required for effective leadership
The Master programme is a 12-15 month course.
Completion of the master’s programme necessitates:
- full-time, compulsory attendance
- internship placements
- final dissertation
5 core courses, common to all master students, regardless of specialisation.
6 specialisation courses in management.
In this third phase of the programme students will complete a three month internship in a sector relevant to their chosen specialisation and a report based on their experience
The dissertation is the capstone module of the modular MSc. Once the students have completed the three phases listed above they will concentrate on their dissertation.
ESE offers one of the most extensive and competitive internship programmes available today. The quality of the placement service is a result of the long established relationships that ESE has fostered with global companies for years. This means that students are given excellent opportunities to enter the job market and gain exposure. The internships are structured, evaluated and recognised as an integral part of the course of study and provide each student the opportunity to spend a period of time in a work environment consistent with the chosen specialisation.
ESE has an internship department in every centre responsible for maintaining close relationships with both students and companies, in order to offer each student the possibility of entering a company or an area of business which is of true interest.
The completeness of this preparation - a mix of academic excellence, internationality and work experience -allows ESE graduates to kick off their careers without hesitation, often in the same companies that hosted them for their internships.
The European School of Economics in London has its location in the very heart of the city and offers the double benefit of an intimate and highly personal classroom atmosphere amid a cosmopolitan backdrop featuring great diversity.
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Last updated October 23, 2017