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International 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.

Individuals seeking to enhance their knowledge of the various facets of international trade for corporations and management on a global scale may find a course in international management to be quite helpful. This may especially be a strong option for students with at least some background in management or international studies.

Croatia, officially the Republic of Croatia, is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic at the crossroads of Central Europe, the Balkans, and the Mediterranean. Its capital and largest city is Zagreb.

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Master program in Entrepreneurial Management and Entrepreneurship

University of Osijek Faculty of Economics
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Croatia Osijek

Graduate study Entrepreneurial Management and Entrepreneurship focuses on entrepreneurial, proactive and innovative thinking based on recognizing opportunities and taking responsibility in the environment where the individual lives and works. [+]

Best Masters in International Management in Croatia 2017. Entrepreneurship is one of the eight key competences for lifelong learning, which all individuals need in order to be successful in life. Entrepreneurship is the ability to turn ideas into action, it includes successful management of projects, innovativeness and creativity, and risk-taking (responsibility for the consequences of the decisions taken). All study programmes in entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Economics in Osijek look at entrepreneurship precisely in this way. Graduate study Entrepreneurial Management and Entrepreneurship focuses on entrepreneurial, proactive and innovative thinking based on recognizing opportunities and taking responsibility in the environment where the individual lives and works. Upon completing the Entrepreneurial Management and Entrepreneurship study programme, students acquire competences for problem solving, embracing change and proactive action in all situations and contexts (small and medium-sized companies, large companies, non-profit organisations, public sector, state-owned companies) and in all industries (banking, food processing, agriculture, tourism, construction, etc.). Graduate study Entrepreneurial Management and Entrepreneurship also offers students an understanding of the process of connecting ideas and opportunities into business ventures, provides experience through participation in the competition for the best business plan, participation in the volunteer programme, activities of the Legal-economic clinic, and activities of the student association EWoB (Entrepreneurs Without Borders), thus enabling them to start their own ventures, as one of the options for own career development. Title of the programme: Graduate study Entrepreneurial Management and Entrepreneurship Holder of the programme: J.J. Strossmayer University in Osijek Carried out by: Faculty of Economics in Osijek Duration of the programme: 2 years (4 semesters) Admission requirements: Completed undergraduate programme (students who have finished the undergraduate programme in entrepreneurship or any other course of studies at the Faculty of Economics can enrol the graduate programme in entrepreneurship without any further requirements. For students from other undergraduate programmes there are further prerequisites which students have to fulfil) Academic title: Master of Economics Upon the completion of the graduate programme of studies in ENTREPRENEURSHIP students acquire competences for understanding the process of growth of a business venture, based on knowledge and innovations, i.e. the students are qualified for managing business systems with the potential of growth. This program also provides students with the basis for the enrollment in the doctoral program. No integration of undergraduate and graduate programs is proposed. [-]