Part time Master's Degree in Business in Vietnam

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Master in Business programs provide students with a foundational understanding of business principles that prepare them for careers in small business, multinational corporations, or government organizations.

Vietnam (Việt Nam), officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (Cộng hòa xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam) is a long, thin country in Southeast Asia. Vietnam's history is one of war, colonisation and rebellion. The presence of foreign universities is increasing in Vietnam which have more than 160 universities.

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Master of International Business (MIB)

RMIT University Vietnam
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Vietnam Hanoi

Designed for recent graduates seeking international careers in private, public or not-for-profit organisations, the Master of International Business (MIB) equips you with the ability to investigate and manage complex problems and address the important challenges of sustainable international business. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Business in Vietnam. Designed for recent graduates seeking international careers in private, public or not-for-profit organisations, the Master of International Business (MIB) equips you with the ability to investigate and manage complex problems and address the important challenges of sustainable international business. As Vietnam and other ASEAN countries continue to open their doors to the world, there is increasing demand for skilled practitioners ready to do business on a global scale. New free trade agreements, ongoing mergers and acquisitions and the internationalisation of ASEAN firms all present unique challenges and opportunities. The MIB gives you the tools you need to become a leader in this exciting stage of economic development. You will learn to effectively communicate across cultures and develop an understanding of international business practices as you build on your skills in research, governance, management, analysis and problem-solving. Opportunities to study abroad take your MIB experience to the next-level, and give you real experience living and working as a truly global citizen. Our partner universities in Denmark, France, Germany and Korea offer a variety of courses delivered intensively or over a full semester. You also have the option of going on exchange or transfer to RMIT Melbourne. Career prospects Graduates of the MIB will possess attributes valuable to multinational corporations, joint ventures, government, financial institutions, law firms, NGOs, consulting firms and manufacturers of both goods and services for whom catering to a global clientele is core business. Recent growth in the global marketplace has created demand for employees with technical skills, foreign language facility, cultural sensitivity, experience, and/or formal education in international business. While the opportunities are broad, the following are some of the most common positions available in the international business field: Foreign sales representative Import/export agent International business development manager International foreign policy advisor International investment and operations manager International management consultant International marketing manager International mergers and acquisitions specialist International trade and customs manager Multinational manager Entry requirements Academic requirements A bachelor degree in business (or a related discipline) If you graduated from a non-business degree, or do not hold a bachelor degree but have 8-10 years’ work experience, please contact the RMIT Vietnam Student Recruitment team for pathway solutions. Note: An interview with the Program Manager or Head of Postgraduate Programs may also be requested English requirements You must have one of the following: Successfully completed a bachelor degree at a university where English is the language of teaching and assessment within the past five years Successfully completed RMIT English Advanced Plus IELTS (Academic) 6.5+ (no band below 6.0) TOEFL iBT 92+ (no band below 20) Pearson Test of English (Academic) 58+ (no communication band below 50) Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) or Proficiency (CPE) 176+ (no band below 169) Note: IELTS, TOEFL, Pearson and Cambridge results are recognised for two years from the test date. RMIT English results are recognised for one year from the test date. [-]

MRes in Business and Management Research Methods

University of Stirling
Campus 1 year

The MRes in Business and Management Research Methods is a specialised degree for those looking to develop the skills to conduct high quality research into business, management, organisations and related areas. Many take the MRes in preparation for undertaking a doctorate (or take MRes modules as part of their first year PhD training) but the skills developed on the MRes will also be invaluable to those looking to conduct, evaluate and commission research in non-academic settings (for example in consultancy, development and policy making roles). [+]

The MRes in Business and Management Research Methods is a specialised degree for those looking to develop the skills to conduct high quality research into business, management, organisations and related areas. Many take the MRes in preparation for undertaking a doctorate (or take MRes modules as part of their first year PhD training) but the skills developed on the MRes will also be invaluable to those looking to conduct, evaluate and commission research in non-academic settings (for example in consultancy, development and policy making roles). The emphasis is on producing researchers who are reflective and aware of the assumptions, strengths and limitations of their research; who are highly skilled in a multitude of management/organisational research techniques; and who are readily able to apply this knowledge in new and diverse domains. Whilst the programme provides specialist research training for those seeking academic careers employability is also key, with a strong practical focus. Accreditation The MRes in Business and Management Research Methods is accredited by the ESRC and the SGSS for training of PhD students. Top Reasons To Study With Us Accreditation — the course is accredited by the Economic & Social Research Council via the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Develop high quality research skills – the course prepares students for study at doctorate level as well as research-based roles in business and the public sector Expert teaching team — the team publish regularly in major journals, have a strong track record of securing research funding and regularly advise governmental and policy bodies Stirling’s global research rating — we’re among the top 25 in the UK according to REF 2014 Build your global network — study alongside international students across a range of business disciplines Course objectives The MRes course in Business and Management Research Methods is aimed at students wanting to: Undertake doctoral research in business and management. Equip themselves for an academic or commercial career in business and management research. Undertake, evaluate, commission or manage research in the commercial, public, or voluntary sectors. Our philosophy is that postgraduate business and management students need the understanding and skills associated with high quality academic research. This approach applies equally to those who become either academic scholars or professional practitioners. This course also serves as a generic entry point for the Stirling Management School Doctoral Programme. The Stirling Management School is a member institution of the ESRC Scottish Doctoral Training Centre. It welcomes applications for +3 doctoral studentships in the following areas: Accounting and Finance and Business and Management. The MRes course provides you with broadly based, advanced research training that covers the social science research skills that are relevant for business, management, economic and policy research. On completion of the course students will: (a) Understand the ontological and epistemological basis of the various research approaches, their limitations and their implications for questions and design. (b) Be technically skilled in the use of qualitative, quantitative and experimental techniques and to collect and analyse data to an advanced level. (c) Have the transferable skills to apply this knowledge to the design, conduct and reporting of research projects. (d) Be able to critically analyse the methodologies used to conduct empirical research projects. What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements A minimum of a second class honours degree or equivalent. Applicants without these formal qualifications but with significant appropriate/relevant work/life experience are encouraged to apply. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.0 with 5.5 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English (Academic): 54 with 51 in each component IBT TOEFL: 80 with no subtest less than 17 If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. Scholarships & funding The MRes in Business and Management Research Methods is part of the application for the Doctoral Training Centre for Scotland by consortium of Scottish universities and replaces the prior recognition by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) under its 1+3 and +3 awards scheme. Under the Doctoral Training Scheme, UK students can apply to the ESRC for funded studentships that will cover fees and maintenance for the four-year programme (including the MRes), leading to the award of a PhD. Candidates from EU countries other than the UK are eligible to apply for a ‘fees only’ award. Further details of ESRC funding for postgraduates are available from: www.esrc.ac.uk Stirling Management School is committed to investing in academically talented students, enabling them to further their education with a reputable qualification from one of the many degree courses on offer at the University of Stirling. There are various categories of funding available to support the cost of your studies at the University of Stirling. Structure and content Stirling’s MRes in Business and Management Research Methods follows two taught semesters, which run from mid-September to late December, and from January until the end of May. Three modules are taken in each semester. After the Spring semester students undertake a dissertation over the summer months (see below). Students on the MRes in Business and Management Research Methods will start the semester at Stirling Management School with an intensive period of 'learning to learn' and teambuilding activities. This induction period (15th to 26th September) is introduced to enable students to develop new learning styles and understand the expectations that will be placed on them through an engaged and exploratory approach. Students will learn about themselves and their own interactional and learning styles. Students also learn about others and gain an appreciation of a diverse range of approaches to learning, along with cultural and individual differences. They will also discover more about the exciting year ahead, and what is expected of them. This induction period provides a foundation of activities to help students to fully integrate with the course and their fellow students so that they have the opportunity to gain the maximum out of the course and their interactions with others. The overall aim is for students to be fully engaged so that they are equipped to embark on the formal teaching course invigorated and committed to the journey ahead with newly developed intellectual, interactional and presentational skills. The taught content of the course furnishes students with expertise and skills across the whole range of techniques that are relevant for research in the areas of Business, Management and Organisations. Students learn the philosophical bases of research and how research questions may be developed and answered. The course then provides in depth coverage of quantitative, qualitative and experimental research methods, their uses and limitations and how they may be practically applied within research projects. The specific modules taken are: Autumn Semester Fundamentals and Philosophy of Management Research. Qualitative Methods for Management Research 1. Understanding and Using Statistics. Spring Semester Qualitative Methods for Management Research 2. Experiments for Decision making in Business and Policy. Survey Measurement and Analysis. Dissertation MRes students write a dissertation of up to 15,000 words on a topic approved in advance by the Course Director. The dissertation is the student’s chance to develop their own research questions and apply the methods they have learnt to their own research project. Students each have an expert supervisor for their dissertation who provides guidance and support throughout the process. The dissertation must be submitted within three months of completion of the taught course. The examiners may allow a dissertation which is considered unsatisfactory to be revised and submitted for re-assessment within a specified time period. Delivery and assessment Delivery takes the form of structured lectures, seminars and practicals that are supplemented by opportunities for independent learning and exploration. Assessment Assessment is by coursework, including written assignments and presentations, as well as the dissertation. Some modules also have an examination element (see detailed module descriptors). For the award of the Certificate - a student must complete at least 60 credits (3 modules), which must include the specified Certificate modules. For the award of the Diploma - a student must complete at least 120 SCQF credits (6 modules). For the award of the MRes - a student must successfully complete the Diploma programme and achieve a passing grade in the dissertation (at least 180 SCQF credits in total). Merit and Distinction- at the discretion of the Examination Board, exceptional candidates may be awarded the MRes or Diploma with Merit or Distinction if they perform at a suitable level across their modules and dissertation. Strengths The MRes in Business and Management Research Methods provides both a stand-alone Master of Research in Business and Management Research Methods and a programme of training for PhD researchers. It is part of a suite of very high prestige courses approved by the Economic and Social Research Council (the chief government sponsored agency that funds British-led economic and social research) for use in general research training of ESRC sponsored students undertaking PhD research. The course can be seen as equipping students for academic careers but it can also provide or enhance managers’ critical skills in both generating and evaluating the validity, reliability and limitations of evidence for decision making and implementation. Career opportunities The course is aimed at those who wish to embark on an academic or commercial career in business, management and related research. The course is also invaluable for those working in public policy areas who need to conduct, analyse and commission research. It also provides essential research training for those planning to study for a PhD. Employability Our students develop essential transferable skills, relevant to research. Skills include: critical thinking; analysis and interpretation of varied and complex data; making and supporting evidence based arguments; planning and implementing projects; self management; presentation skills; and self reflection. [-]

Master in Business Economics

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Campus 2 years

This track aims to deepen students’ knowledge of applied economics and allow them to undertake practical fieldwork. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Business in Vietnam. - Practice-and policy-oriented programme building on strong theoretical background - Development of oral and written communication skills - Hands-on dimensions: on site or virtual (“consulting”) internship to work on concrete projects This track aims to deepen students’ knowledge of applied economics and allow them to undertake practical fieldwork. Required theory courses provide students with a solid foundation in the mechanisms and tools of economics. Through an internship, field projects, workshops, and homework to support the theoretical courses, students learn how to analyse real-life business and policy issues. Students also learn how to communicate the results of their work using best practice standards in various professional fields. After a common core programme on theory and tools, students will be expected to specialise in one of three broad fields: EU Regulation and economy ; EU and International Business ; Financial Markets and Services. The economic knowledge students acquire will enable them to stand out professionally in a wide range of employment sectors, including banking and finance, environment, energy, transport and telecommunications policy, regulation and management. Throughout the programme, the supervision provided by professors with business and policy experience will further enhance students’ future career preparation. Fact Sheet: - Up to 100% English programme - Optional exchange programme - Optional QTEM networked master - Optional credited internship (25 ECTS)* - Optional double degree : Master in Stratégie et Finance d’Entreprise en Europe, University of Strasbourg (It requires French knowledge) - Compulsory field project *Not possible to combine the internship and the exchange programme Requirements : - TOEFL > 95 - GMAT > 650 - ECTS grade of B - Strong economic background [-]

Master in Business Quality & Performance Management

Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management Vietnam
Campus Part time 20  September 2017 Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City

The Master in Business Quality and Performance Management (MBQPM) is designed for training present and future managers in industry and services to understand and master organizational processes and improve organizational performance through the use of quality, control and improvement principles and tools. [+]

Master in Business Quality & Performance ManagementThe Master in Business Quality and Performance Management (MBQPM) is designed for training present and future managers in industry and services to understand and master organizational processes and improve organizational performance through the use of quality, control and improvement principles and tools.  The Master in Business Quality and Performance Management consists of 252 contact hours of evening or week-end classes (6 to 9 PM week days or week-end daytime) spread over a 20 months' period.The program comprises 12 modules of 21 hours each followed by a final professional project.

     Strategy and business environment (21h)      Quality Management Systems and Performance (21h)      Project management (21h)      Process management for continuous improvement (21h)      Supply chain Management (21h)      Environmental management systems (21h)      Total quality and integrated systems (21h)      Human Resource Management for Quality and Performance (21h)      Economic intelligence and knowledge management (21h)      Quality, Performance and Sustainable Development (21h)      Innovation Management (21h)     Performance evaluation and continuous improvement (21h)     Professional project ... [-]