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.
International economics programs and courses help students begin or further their careers in business and management. A large number of international economics graduates find positions in retail businesses, government institutions or large corporations once they’ve completed their studies.
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Dual Degrees awarded: German Master of Arts (M.A. CEEBS) plus Chinese Master of Management, Major in International Business. [+]
Dual Degrees awarded: German Master of Arts (M.A. CEEBS) plus Chinese Master of Management, Major in International BusinessPlaces of study: Berlin, Germany (1st, 2nd term), Chengdu, China (3rd term); the 4th term can either be spent in Berlin or Chengdu (depends on the location and person for Master’s thesis supervision) Language of instruction: EnglishCourses structure Global Governance (1st term) Financial Analysis and Corporate Finance (1st term) Strategic Management in China and Europe (2nd term) Human Resource Management in China and Europe (2nd term) Marketing in China and Europe (3rd term) Capital Markets in China and Europe (3rd term) Economics in China and Europe (3rd term) Cultural and Political History of China and Europe (all terms) Chinese/German language learning (all terms) Optional Choice (all terms) ... [-]