Master Degree in Business Management in Slovenia

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Business Management

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

A business management program teaches students how to successfully and efficiently manage and supervise others. Important topics such as communication, business administration, and corporate leadership will usually be explored on a regularly basis.

Slovenia (Slovenija) is a member of the European Union, Schengen Agreement and NATO. Previously one of Yugoslavia's six constituent republics, present-day Slovenia became independent in 1991. Slovenia has four universities, located in Ljubljana, Maribor, Nova Gorica and Koper.

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Master in Business Informatics

University of Ljubljana Faculty of Economics
Campus Full time Part time 2 years October 2017 Slovenia Ljubljana + 1 more

Are you interested in digitalization? Do you want to become an active member of a firm’s digital transformation endeavour? Want to know how to use modern IT in a company and how to improve business with ITs help? [+]

Best Masters in Business Management in Slovenia 2017. Business Informatics combines the areas of business knowledge, knowledge of management and social skills as well as business use of information technology. The figure below shows in more detail some key competencies in these areas in view of the knowledge and skills required as well as the typical job titles held by business information specialists. As a graduate, you will acquire the highest level of expert competencies in the field of informatics and business. You will obtain practical knowledge of business transformation and digitalization, the development of new business models and advanced use of information technology in business operations. During the study you can acquire thorough knowledge and skills of business informatics and, by selecting the contents (courses), you can create an area of specialization that most closely corresponds to your personal, professional and employment ambitions. Admissions Criteria First-year enrolment is open to: Graduates of first-level programmes in relevant study programmes with at least 180 ECTS, or those that have completed the current programme of study for qualification in relevant study programmes Graduates of equivalent courses listed in the previous paragraph in unrelated areas of study and must complete additional academic requirements of 12 ECTS: Microeconomics 1 (6 ECTS) and Introduction to Business (6 ECTS). In accordance with Article 41 of the Law of Higher Educations, candidates are ranked in cases where the number of available spots are limited. Candidates are ranked based on their undergraduate GPA (70%) and the exam results... [-]

Master in International Business

University of Ljubljana Faculty of Economics
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Slovenia Ljubljana

The International Business programme at the Faculty of Economics is one of the Faculty’s bedrock graduate programmes. It is also one of the most internationally-oriented ones, both in terms of its course offer and student structure. [+]

The International Business programme at the Faculty of Economics is one of the Faculty’s bedrock graduate programmes. It is also one of the most internationally-oriented ones, both in terms of its course offer and student structure. It compares favourably with the best programmes of its kind in the world. It also builds on the specific geo-strategic, economic and cultural position of the region,where East meets West. Obviously, there is only one global market out there, and we are all part of it, yet regional differences still present an important challenge and opportunity in terms of international business. Most companies are going international, we as consumers are becoming ever more “glocal” and the majority of us are communicating globally on a daily basis. These are just a few of the reasons we need to learn more about today’s international business and institutional developments, changes in the global environment, resources and strategies which can all make us more competitive – as companies or managers – in the global business world. Bringing international experience into the classroom: The IB master programme is one of the most internationally-oriented master programmes at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. On average, the IB master programme enrols students of about 20 different nationalities every year, including students from several EU countries (Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic etc.), the Western Balkans, the Russian Federation, China, South Korea, Turkey, Kazakhstan, and North America. On top of the diverse cultural background of our students and the international background... [-]