The Master of Management programme aims to develop the following competences:
Furthermore students have to acquire the learning competences and learning attitudes that enable them to take part in autonomous and lifelong learning. They can critically evaluate their own learning processes in the cognitive, affective, social, moral and ethical fields.
The Master of Management programme explicitly welcomes different groups: graduates from both economic and non-economic subject areas can enroll. Those from non-economic fields first have to pass a preparatory programme that is tailored to their specific background.
The Master of Management programme should enable students to assume high-potential middle management functions, especially in the context of dynamic international markets.
Participating students come from different countries around the world. Therefore, all courses are taught in English.
To accommodate students combining study and a professional career, the programme can be followed in a part-time way. In the latter case, the individually tailored programme, including a proposal of the chronological order in which subjects will be taken, has to be formally submitted to the Examination Board.
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