Masters Programs in Asian Business

Compare 2 Masters Programs in Asian Business

Obtaining a master’s degree provides students with the opportunity to advance their careers in specialized areas of study with expanded skills and knowledge. Completing a program usually requires one to two years of study.

What is a Master in Asian Business? These programs build on management, administrative and strategic skills necessary for a business career in international and Asian markets. Students may choose courses focusing on the basic studies of global economies, startup management, international laws, finance and human resource management. Concentrated course topics within Asian business studies include cross-cultural management, the culture of Asian nations, regional issues, digital marketing, social media, logistics, business law, and Pacific Asian management. Students may also have the opportunity to enroll in language courses and internship programs.

Completing a program in Asian business can present students with a wide range of beneficial skills. Mastering research methods, having a strong understanding of social and political systems on a global scale and being proficient at communicating with other business leaders are all strong abilities that can assist graduates when finding rewarding careers.

The cost of taking a program may vary depending upon its institution and course selection. Prospective students interested in a certain program should reach out to specific schools to learn more about costs, prerequisites and other requirements.

A Master in Asian Business provides students with specialized knowledge of Asian regions and many possible international career paths. Upon graduation, individuals can expect to find potential job opportunities as interpreters, financial consultants, business analysts, business advisors, lobbyists, researchers, public relations specialists, sales managers, marketing specialists, diplomats, foreign correspondents, community relations workers, international relations officers and development directors within Asian markets.

Students with limited access or busy schedules can find part-time and online course options. To begin, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

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Master in International Business in China (MIBC)

Università LUM Jean Monnet School of Management
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Bari

In the heart of Milano, within the wonderful context of Via Meravigli 7, in the lecture halls of NIBI (Nuovo Istituto di Business Internazionale della Camera di Commercio di Milano) the first module will base the pillars of international business management: [+]

Masters in Asian Business. In the heart of Milano, within the wonderful context of Via Meravigli 7, in the lecture halls of NIBI (Nuovo Istituto di Business Internazionale della Camera di Commercio di Milano) the first module will base the pillars of international business management: - International Strategies - Global Economics and International Finance - Human Resources Management - Entrepreneurship and Startup Management These courses are thought for interdisciplinary participants and will introduce to the fundamental tools for international strategic management. Diversity in the group is an added value feature of the Program. Participants come from different cultural backgrounds and disciplines. They are carefully selected in order to form a group with similar concerns, while maintaining a balanced mix of vision and cultures. Focus in China In this module participants will learn the fundamentals and uniqueness of Chinese culture in the Pacific Asia Region, through a case-based methodology and several guest speakers (managers, professionals with previous experiences in the Chinese context). All the courses have a deep focus on China: - Managing in the Pacific Asia - Cross-Cultural Management - International Business Law - Supply Chain and Logistics - Digital Marketing and Social Media Communication - Fashion, Luxury and Made in Italy - Professional Services for internationalization in China China culture immersion In Shanghai, participants will experiment Chinese culture with an immersion in the cultural and business environment. Two fundamental steps: - Chinese language, taught by a School recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education - Business orientation, with several... [-]

MA East Asian Economy and Society

University of Vienna
Campus Full time 2 years October 2018 Austria Vienna

The two-year master's programme East Asian Economy and Society (EcoS) is a multidisciplinary programme dealing with contemporary societal, political and economic aspects of the East Asian region as a whole. It is offered at the Department of East Asian Studies of the University of Vienna in English language. [+]

The two-year master's programme East Asian Economy and Society (EcoS) is a multidisciplinary programme dealing with contemporary societal, political and economic aspects of the East Asian region as a whole. It is offered at the Department of East Asian Studies of the University of Vienna in English language. For more information, see the EcoS Website. We regard East Asia as more than just the sum of countries in that region. Rather than offering "light-versions" of Chinese, Japanese or Korean Studies, we focus on current transnational and regional issues as well as on comparative approaches. Reflecting the common traditions as well as the growing interrelation between Northeast Asia (China, Japan and the two Koreas) and Southeast Asia, we expanded our regular activities in research and teaching to include the ASEAN countries. We believe that it is impossible to achieve a proper understanding of regional and country-specific issues without a solid foundation in established theories and methods of social science. Acquiring and utilising such methodology is therefore a core characteristic of our programme. However, even the best methodological skills are unlikely to produce optimal results if they are applied out of context. Historical and cultural tradition, customs, and values limit the number of actually available options and influence choices in East Asian societies just as anywhere else. It is therefore no coincidence that our programme is based at an area studies department. EcoS was first offered in the winter term 2008. The objective of the programme is to train experts in social... [-]