How to make international business organisations work? You need excellent data analysis and cross-cultural management skills, as well as global brand and project management competencies. This is what this management programme tries to give you.
MSc in International Management (ranked no. 9 in Eastern Europe!*) attracts a culturally diverse mix of international students. It is an ideal choice if you want to progress in your career from entry-level to a managerial position. Graduates go on to pursue a variety of successful careers in corporate organisations, or perform managerial roles in smaller and medium-sized organisations throughout the world.
*Eduniversal Master Ranking
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|Duration of study period||12 months (2 semesters)|
|Starting date||September (and February in Budapest)|
|Tuition fee per semester in Budapest||€ 4,700|
|Tuition fee per semester in Vienna||€ 5,900|
|One-off registration fee for non-EU citizens||€ 900|
|Degree awarded by||The University of Buckingham|
|Campus||Budapest and Vienna**|
|Admission criteria||Bachelor degree in any field|
|Language of tuition||English|
** The start of each MSc programme depends on a sufficient number of students (at least 7 students per programme).
Key areas of studies:
Business data analysis, entrepreneurship and family business, organisational behaviour, corporate communications, leading and managing people, CSR, project management, business strategy, cross cultural management skills. The curriculum is indicative and is subject to change.
Business Data Analysis
Principles and Practices of Global Business
Leading and Managing People
Entrepreneurship and Family Business
1 - 2
Managing Global Brands
International Management Elective*
Research Methods for Social Sciences**
Cross-cultural Management Skills
*International Management Electives
Corporate Social Responsibility
** Prerequisite: Academic Skills
Knowledge & Understanding
Students upon graduation should be equipped with
- global economic and managerial issues as they relate to strategic decision making;
- contemporary issues related to the dynamics of international business, including the phenomenon of globalization;
- practical implications of international business theories regarding the external and internal operations of multinationals;
- appropriate techniques to deal with complex issues critical to the success of multinational firms
Disciplinary & Professional Skills
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
- To create an opportunity for students to enter line and staff management positions in companies and develop international managerial skills.
- To study, review and put into practice both the “tried and tested” techniques and the latest concepts in the field of international management.
- To develop critical awareness of the global business environment and the relevant tools required to make a business or organisation successful in an increasingly competitive world.
- To develop students’ ability to critically evaluate a range of management issues and offer viable solutions to problems.
- To provide students with an understanding of methods and techniques that they can effectively apply both in a multinational company setting and an SME environment.
- To develop international managers, skilled in interpersonal and cross-cultural communications, and equipped with up-to-date knowledge on international management.
- To create a global and strategic mindset and to develop sensitivity to learning from other cultures.
- To build an appreciation in students of the need to continuously develop skills and knowledge throughout their careers.
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This programme offers valuable preparation for anyone contemplating a career in general management and is an ideal step towards graduate-level employment, especially if you want to progress your career from an entry-level to management position.
Current graduates are employed at middle management level by multinational corporations such as IBM, GE or Alcoa-Köfém; or by ministries/government agencies.