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Business studies is an academic area of study that provides the knowledge and skills needed for a career in the business realm. Studies may consist of finance, accounting, economics, organizational studies, business ethics, and marketing.
Jönköping city is located in the South region of Sweden in Jönköping County. It is an agricultural town with over 90,000 residents. Jönköping has 3 universities.
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This program will improve your entrepreneurial effectiveness when creating and launching new start-ups as well as when identifying and developing opportunities within e
Strategic Entrepreneurship is a program that helps you improve your entrepreneurial effectiveness, both in creating and launching new startups and in identifying and developing opportunities within existing organizations.
Entrepreneurship plays an important part in our society and this program will provide you with specialized master level competencies in business administration with a focus on venture creation and venture management as well as business renewal.
The education is designed using state-of-the-art research and offers practical experiences. Courses include guest lectures by Swedish business world representatives, projects with Swedish organizations, and opportunities to develop your own venture ideas....
This programme provides knowledge and skills in three key areas: project management, the use of IT in business, organisational and technological innovation, and the evalu
This programme provides knowledge and skills in three key areas: project management, the use of IT in business, organisational and technological innovation, and the evaluation of IT in organisations.
The programme targets students with a bachelor degree in informatics/information systems, business administration or computer science.
The role of information systems is strategic in a society where information is expected to be produced, co-produced, remediated, consumed, and seamlessly shared across an infinite amount of connected environments. From sensors to ambient devices, from smartphones to autonomous cars, information systems are ubiquitous and so commonplace that they have become somewhat invisible. When shopping, travelling, paying taxes or exercising our rights, we always rely on some digital infrastructure to smoothly and successfully support our actions....