Our International Management Full-Time MBA at the ESB Business School (AACSB accredited) prepares students with high potential from engineering, scientific and social professions for management tasks in internationally operating companies. The programme provides students from abroad with the chance to find an ideal entry into the European job market.
Qualification profile of graduates: Graduates of our International Management Full-Time MBA programme know about relevant tools and skills and apply the competences needed by managers to prepare, evaluate and take management decisions. They have learned to measure the performance of business and have developed skills to face international challenges of a highly competitive globalised economy. Furthermore, graduates show a deepened understanding of integrated, responsible company management and the ability to lead professionally in international business. By having studied in international teams and having built on international professional experience, they have gained advanced communication and intercultural competences.
Content: Our programme has five core modules:
1) Organisational Behaviour
2) Accounting and Finance, consisting of Accounting and Finance
3) Economic and Legal Governance, consisting of Global Economy and Business Law
4) Managing Demand and Supply, consisting of Marketing Management and Supply Chain Management
5) Strategy and Enterprising, consisting of Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management
Furthermore, students choose one of the following three electives:
A) International Technology Management (with lectures in Innovation and Technology Management, Intellectual Property Rights Management and Innovation and International Markets)
B) International Marketing and Sales (with lectures in International Marketing and Trade, International Sales and Product Management and International Negotiation)
C) International Strategy and Corporate Development (with lectures in Management Consulting, International Corporate Development and Strategy Execution)
In the third part of the programme, students complete a two-month company-based project (internship), followed by a Master's thesis.