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Earning a master of business administration (MBA) is accomplished by fulfilling the requirements of a graduate program at a business school. Many schools offer full-time, part-time, or online options to earn your degree in business management.

Management consultancy is one of the more versatile career paths in business. Earning an MBA in the field of management consultancy may help prepare graduates to work as marketing support analysts for specific businesses, or as business administrators. 

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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MBA in Sport Management

Geneva Business School Barcelona Campus
Campus Full time 18 months February 2017 Spain Barcelona

This Master of Business Administration with a major in Sport Management and Marketing is designed for students to stand out in skills of organization and communication so they have the tools to manage sport, events, teams, federation and sports clubs. The MBA in Sports Management and Marketing prepares candidates to manage sport marketing, financing, event promotion, communication, facility management, and... [+]

MBA Programs in Management Consultancy in Europe 2017. This Master of Business Administration with a major in Sport Management and Marketing is designed for students to stand out in skills of organization and communication so they have the tools to manage sport, events, teams, federation and sports clubs. The MBA in Sports Management and Marketing prepares candidates to manage sport marketing, financing, event promotion, communication, facility management, and development of sports branding. Candidates will be equipped to become effective leaders and managers in the sports industry. Program The program requires the successful completion of 90 credits. The program consists of 4 groups of courses common for all Masters, from which students may select the desired subjects to study: Core Courses, Elective Courses, Master Thesis and the following Orientation Courses. Career Options The program is of particular relevance to those working in, or planning to work in: - Product Management Director - Gameday Operations Manager - Public Relations - Sport Marketing Analyst - Athletic Director - Sports Agent - Event Manager - Marketing Director - Social Media Manager Admission Requirements - Bachelor degree or equivalent in a related field (plus 2 years experience). For Executive Master, 5 years experience - Completed application form with passport photo included - Photocopy of all academic diplomas or certificates - Official English exam results: IELTS 6.0, TOEFL IBT 70, proof of studying previously in an English speaking environment for a minimum of 3 years, or successful completion of the university’s admission examination. - Photocopy of your passport - Receipt for the payment of the application fee - Curriculum Vitae (C.V.) - Recommendation letter International Accreditations As a leading private institution in Switzerland, we work hard to ensure that Geneva Business School maintains its superior quality of education through our Accreditations with some of the world’s most respected organisations. We are proud to announce that we have the four principal Accreditations: IACBE, CHEA, ECBE, EDUQUA. [-]

Стратегическое управление предприятием (MBA)

Estonian Entrepreneurship University Of Applied Sciences (EUAS)
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Estonia Tallinn

The MBA program International Business Administration takes a cross-disciplinary approach to building a comprehensive understanding of the international business environment in which today’s managers make business decisions. [+]

The MBA program International Business Administration takes a cross-disciplinary approach to building a comprehensive understanding of the international business environment in which today’s managers make business decisions. Emphasis is put on leadership, entrepreneurial management and building a healthy organisation. The program aims to develop good analytical and team-player skills in top specialists and managers, in compliance with professional standards; provide a systematic and wide overview of the main concepts of entrepreneurship and administration, academic theory and research methods; empower students to identify and create interdisciplinary connections, identify problems and solve them with appropriate measures within given timeframes and within limited information; prepare students to work in an area of activity requiring professional qualifications, showing initiative, responsibility, leadership and teamwork skills. Studies are conducted by experienced scholars and lecturers from Estonia and abroad as well as top professionals and managers from international enterprises. The program International Business Administration is executed in strategic partnership with Ülemiste City, the largest and fastest-growing business campus in the Baltics. Entry qualification Undergraduate diploma (or higher) The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Russian. Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. Language requirements Russian Other requirements At least 1 reference(s) should be provided. [-]

Mba Executive Business Coaching

ESEM
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Spain Madrid

With this course the student will acquire advanced training in Business Graduate Executive Coaching. You get the necessary knowledge to develop their professional practice and encourage personal and professional development of executives, commercial, middle managers and executives. [+]

MBA Programs in Management Consultancy in Europe 2017. Target The aim of the program is: Acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for the practice of coaching at the enterprise level Boosting the executive and business development through the use of techniques in organizational coaching and consulting field. Promote development and business leadership, towards a balanced state of self-knowledge and praxis. With this course the student will acquire advanced training in Business Graduate Executive Coaching. You get the necessary knowledge to develop their professional practice and encourage personal and professional development of executives, commercial, middle managers and executives. Therefore, from the beginning of the International School of Business Management (ESEM), the great challenge has been to develop an educational model for our programs that combines a close relationship of theory, methodology and practice, fueled by ongoing research . Addressed to Persons wishing to pursue the profession of Coach. Persons wishing to incorporate coaching in their professional activity. Entrepreneurs. Executives. Executives, Managers, Commercial Managers, HR Professionals, Teachers, Psychologists. Methodology The model is characterized by being centered on the participant, in the generation of the skills needed for business practice, and of course in the development of the student to tune into the reality of others own. The student makes an important personal work as the basis for the acquisition of knowledge and practice of Business Coaching: Orientation to negotiation, personal and business alignment. I work in personal development. interactive and dynamic lessons with multimedia resources. Abstracts and virtual campus self-assessments after each module. Reflection exercises, writing, reading books on coaching, personal development articles, watch videos or movies, research, teamwork, quizes, development of personal business plan, video forums. Practices such as client coaching (with a professional coach), practices such as executive and personal coach and student practice (with a peer coach). Thematic content 1st year Introduction to Coaching: Objectives and Methodology The human being and the new challenges of the XXI century Origin and philosophy of coaching Coaching concept Coaching applications Complementarity of other professions peer Coaching Personal evolutionary process: personal identity Auto image Auto concept Length and conditions linear and lateral thinking The operative mind personal and professional leadership: Auto leadership View Communication Values Action Coaching methodology: Setting Goals: 7 Steps of Brain Tracy, Model REM, other models Active listening: Model MAC, logic levels, silent types right questions Open perspectives: mental maps, perception, cognition, beliefs. Action plan Evaluation of results Common mistakes in the practice of coaching General Binding. The Coach and Client relationship: Pactar the relationship Establish Rapport basic behavioral styles (DISC). Diagnosis, profiles, reprofiling. Efficient communication: Form and content of the communication process Verbal language: interpersonal communication, power of words, distortions of language The nonverbal language: nonverbal communication, microgestos Language brain: cerebral hemispheres of Ned Hermann Coaching session General objective of the session Session structure model Grow model ICUSF fundamental theory of coaching / competency models Coaching influences Currents of coaching overall Length ICF model competential competential model ICPC Coaching and Neurosciences rerebral operation (Cognition, emotions, instinct) brain atlas synaptic system Theory of intelligence Emotional Intelligence: 4 styles, feelings, emotions and behaviors Multiple intelligences Practices and mentoring Group (group work) based on recordings of Students 2nd year Organizational Models and Business Coaching Corporate structure Scientific management Company Organization functional companies Business Leadership Styles Introduction to Leadership Situational leadership visionary leadership Neuro-leadership Introduction consultancy What is consulting Types Consulting The needs analysis Design and implementation of solutions Competence models in the Enterprise Definition Competition Job descriptions Dictionary skills Selection of candidates Evaluation and development plans Team Coaching Team concept From independence to interdependence Management roles and contribution to the team Toolbox for Business Coaching behavioral tools Diagnostic Tools leadership diagnostic tools equipment Evaluation and development tools Business mentoring The 4 pillars of the company Introduction to Mentoring roles associated Mentoring program implementation Business Plan Creation Defining the business idea Value of my business minimum viable product test market Business plan Learning to do Concept of entrepreneurship Innovation and development the entrepreneurial profile Tools to undertake Certification and Accreditation 1st year is awarded the title Master in Coaching ESEM and 2nd year MBA degree Executive Business Coaching (own private title) International certified by ICU To perform the certification exam ICU, you must prove their participation in the program with the title of Master in Coaching ESEM. To obtain accreditation and the status of "Professional Coach" the ICPC, the candidate certified by ICU must perform a minimum of 500 hours. coaching with clients, in the 3 years after obtaining certification. Accredited by the Spanish Association of Coaching (AEECO) Accredited by the Professional Association of Coaching Spain (APCE) [-]

MBA with a Concentration in Management

University of New York in Prague (UNYP)
Campus Full time 18 months September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The MBA with a concentration in Management is the traditional course for those seeking a broad knowledge base in their studies. It is ideal for grooming students for a General Management role in any sized company. [+]

MBA with a Concentration in Management The MBA with a concentration in Management is the traditional course for those seeking a broad knowledge base in their studies. It is ideal for grooming students for a General Management role in any sized company. It is also ideal for students looking to establish their own companies or business operations. The specialist subjects build on the core subjects to provide comprehensive business knowledge. This 18-month lifelong education MBA program of weekend study (2 weekends per month)* leads to an IACBE-accredited Master's of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of New York in Prague. *UNYP provides light refreshments during the breaks to students on this program You will take a core set of 10 courses providing you with a solid foundation in international business and then 4 additional courses from any of 4 concentration areas. You must choose from a minimum of at least two of the following concentration areas: Finance & Banking Marketing Project Management Entrepreneurship Prior to the start of the MBA program, UNYP provides, free of charge, a pre-MBA workshop in the principles of finance, accounting, marketing, and management to ensure that you begin your studies well-prepared and on an equitable level with your fellow classmates. We are accepting applications now. MBA core courses: Organizational Behavior & Leadership International Marketing Management Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Operations & Project Management Legal & Ethical Decision Making in Business Negotiation & Mediation Financial Management Innovations in Management Entrepreneurship Economics & Development Workshops Consultancy Project After completing all courses, students undertake the role of an internal or external consultant and investigate a business problem with the aim of arriving at a feasible solution to the problem identified. In other words, a practical and methodical approach to problem solving, allowing each student to demonstrate their learning’s from throughout the program. Students will choose a mentor from among their professors to help guide them through the five month process. They will then discuss ideas for the project and come to an agreement based upon one of the following: identify system that is not functioning or needs redesign; identify a problem area that needs a solution; or create a new business. The idea is that a student can combine work and study by identifying an area in their job that either doesn’t work well or needs a totally new solution. The student then conducts primary and secondary research on the problem; analyses their findings and then translates those into a feasible solution to the problem. Basically, the student becomes a business consultant to the company. The student will turn in sections of the work to their mentors each month for critical feedback to help them streamline their work and stay on target. At the end of five months, the student binds their work and submits it to the mentor for grading. The UNYP MBA Program is accredited by the American accrediting body, the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), and the Czech Association of MBAs (CAMBAS). UNYP is accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) and UNYP is also a member of AACSB and CEEMAN, which we follow for the purpose of observing best practices in teaching business education in other regions of the world. [-]

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Cambridge International Business College
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Germany Freiburg

Overview and structure: This master program lasts 2 years, is divided into modules and consists of Level I and II (18 months) and a building level (6 months). [+]

MBA Programs in Management Consultancy in Europe 2017. This Master program lasts 2 years, is divided into modules and consists of Level I and II (18 months) and a building level (6 months). Level I and II of the Master program are taught at Cambridge International Business College in Germany, leading to a Postgraduate Higher International Diploma, which was declared and recognized by the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge for legally and what 60 credits are required. The language of instruction is English in any case. The structure consists of a Level 30 credit thesis, which is checked and supervised by the faculty of Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. Together with the 60 study credits of the Postgraduate Higher International Diploma arise for the MBA 90 ECTSStudien- credits. Students are awarded her MBA degree from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (England), in a solemn closing ceremony. Requirements for the MBA: Applicants for the MBA should already have a bachelor's degree. Candidates without undergraduate degree are asked to prove previous work experience, preferably at least three years in middle management area. Applicants must prove this in the form of a CV and references. All applicants whose native language is not English, should be able to demonstrate that they have knowledge of English on the IELTS 6.5 or a similar level. This is determined by the English entrance test of the Cambridge International Business College and checked. The entrance test consists of an interview, a reading comprehension task (or essay) and grammar. Gradaute Outcomes The program was developed to meet the needs of managers of both medium-sized companies as well as large enterprise needs. The MBA program at Anglia Ruskin University attracts buyers from all over the world. There are different reasons to opt for this course: Some prospective customers would like to increase their career opportunities within their current subject area, while others would like to move from one field to a management position. What goal like our prospective customers also pursue our course contents contribute to the development of effective managers in significant degree and promote skills that enable the continuous challenges of the business world of the 21st century deal. Links with industry and professional recognition The MBA from Anglia Ruskin University is accredited by the Association of Business Schools. Links between our MBA and international partner institutions are maintained by international websites, university conferences and retreats. [-]

MBA in Business Administration: Human Resource Management

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time Part time 3 semesters September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 3 more

This programme aims to offer a programme that is highly integrated in context and practical by remaining close to actual business practice. It aspires to assist students develop the ability to develop their management and leadership skills, operate effectively in a multicultural environment and to adapt quickly to changing social, political, legal and economic conditions. [+]

Duration (years): 1.5 years Qualification Awarded: Master of Business Administration Level of Qualification: Master Degree (2nd Cycle) Language of Instruction: English and Greek Mode of Study: Full-time or Part-time Minimum Credits: 36 Minimum ECTS Credits: 90 Profile of the Programme: The University of Nicosia MBA programme aims to provide students with a solid foundation of business education enabling them to become effective managers anywhere in today’s globally competitive fast changing environment. This programme aims to offer a programme that is highly integrated in context and practical by remaining close to actual business practice. It aspires to assist students develop the ability to develop their management and leadership skills, operate effectively in a multicultural environment and to adapt quickly to changing social, political, legal and economic conditions. More specifically the programme’s main objectives include: 1. Equipping students with all necessary skills, attitudes and approach to guide their decisions as business executives 2. Developing students’ abilities to handle today’s problems and prospects for business organizations functioning in a competitive world 3. Allowing students to develop their theoretical and practical skills and knowledge 4. Enhancing intellectual development and student graduate maturity 5. Assisting the students to analyse, examine, investigate and compose the new knowledge and competencies they will acquire 6. Ensuring the highest possible penetration of each subject inquiry and exhaustion of conceptual academic as well as practical implications. 7. Securing the necessary level of education for obtaining specialized knowledge and competencies and demonstrating mental independence 8. Offering an insight into professional possibilities and modern organizations functioning in the context of today’s competitive world 9. Providing participating students with the skills necessary to guide both their short and long term decisions. 10. Providing international management education to its participants that will enable them to become effective general managers anywhere in today’s globally competitive environment 11. Providing students with graduate level of business education focusing on both theories and research from a holistic business point of view 12. Providing students with the necessary skills, attitudes and approach to guide their decisions as business executives 13. Providing students the ability to handle today’s problems and prospect for business organizations functioning in a competitive world 14. Giving emphasis on European and International business perspectives Career Prospects: We expect our students to come from Management or Senior Management positions at different areas of private interest and organizations within government and industry both locally and abroad. Companies like Royal Dutch Airlines, Revlon, Tradex, Cyprus Telecommunication Authority, Cyprus Electricity Authority, Air Trans, Cybarco, Demstar, Addidas and many more. Positions held by some of our graduates include, Marketing Director, Commercial Finance Manager, Public Relations Director and Financial Controller etc. During the past few years our graduates have been placed in different market positions. Quite a few have undertaken Bank positions, posts in off shore companies and in Academic institutions. Some of the posts include a consultant in the Ministry of Libya, Senior IT in a company in the United States of America, Director Manager of a major Granite company, Director of Demstar, Finance Director of a University and many more. Access to Further Studies: Many of our graduates of the MBA programme, have continued with Doctorates Degrees in Cyprus, Greece, UK and the USA. The MBA of the University of Nicosia was a stepping stone for further academic and professional studies. [-]

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Saimaa University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 30 months August 2017 Finland Lappeenranta

The aim is that graduates will be able to start up and manage processes related to international business and marketing, they know how to apply the principles of project management and develop a company’s strategic planning and implementation, and they are familiar with the special characteristics of trade and business with Russia. [+]

MBA Programs in Management Consultancy in Europe 2017. Degree Programme in International Business Management, Lappeenranta, Finland Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA) Duration and extent of studies: 2.5 years, 90 credits, including 30 credits from thesis The degree provides the same level of competence for public office and commercial positions as Master’s degrees achieved from universities. International Business Management degree programme focuses on high-level know-how in international business, and particularly on Russia-related business, marketing and leadership skills. The curriculum is workplace-oriented and studies are organized in line with each student’s personal study plan. The aim is that graduates will be able to start up and manage processes related to international business and marketing, they know how to apply the principles of project management and develop a company’s strategic planning and implementation, and they are familiar with the special characteristics of trade and business with Russia. The Master’s degree studies are based on blended learning methods including both face-to-face sessions and independent e-learning online enabling flexibility for students. Contact sessions are organized on the Skinnarila campus, Lappeenranta. Some of the studies can be completed in St. Petersburg, Russia at our partner universities. The Master´s thesis is carried out as a development project related to actual issues and challenges in industry, commerce or individual companies. We encourage students to do their thesis related to their own working environment. Graduates of the Master of Business Administration can work as project managers for companies’ development initiatives, planners and managers in international trade, independent entrepreneurs, etc. To qualify for the degree, applicants must have Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science (Technology), Bachelor of Hospitality Management or a similar applied higher education degree, plus at least three years’ work experience after graduation. MASTER’S DEGREE BOOSTS UP YOUR CAREER PROSPECTS Do you want to face new challenges and move ahead in your career? Are you interested in specialist or management positions in your field? Master’s Degree is a professional university degree based on the requirements of the world of work. Students develop their skills and knowledge needed to work professionally and advance in their careers. The degree provides a strong theory base and prepares for specialist positions in the chosen field. Master’s Degree is aimed at persons who have completed an applicable Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent higher education degree, and who have at least three years of professional work experience in the field. The scope of the Master’s Degree programme is 90 credits. The core part of the degree is a thesis, which is a professionally based, practical development project. [-]

Trinity Full Time MBA

Trinity College Dublin - Business School
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Ireland Dublin

The Trinity MBA is an immersive programme designed to challenge your thinking and realise your potential. A unique focus on sustainable leadership, entrepreneurship and live action learning gives you the knowledge and skills to accelerate and transform your career. [+]

The Trinity MBA is an immersive programme designed to challenge your thinking and realise your potential. A unique focus on sustainable leadership, entrepreneurship and live action learning gives you the knowledge and skills to accelerate and transform your career. This one year full-time programme is an invigorating and transformative journey. Our internationally recognised and top-ranking programme opens doors to exceptional career opportunities and to our global community of business leaders. The single most differentiating feature of the programme is the focus on live action learning. You will undertake 3 full-time projects focusing on real strategic issues in a range of companies. The programme is also designed to develop your leadership skills and self-knowledge. You will be assigned a highly qualified personal coach to guide your through a range of psychometric tests focusing on the key areas required for professional and personal growth. Programme at a Glance Start Date: September 2017 Duration: 12 months Delivery: 16 taught modules and choice of electives. Teaching includes a mix of lecturers, guest speakers, live action learning, projects and workshops International Residency Weeks: Belgium (mandatory), China (optional) and South Africa (optional) Class Profile Average Age: 32 Average Work Experience: 9 years Number of Nationalities: 17 Ratio of Women to Men: 45:55 Who Are We Looking For? Trinity Business School students come from a diverse range of undergraduate disciplines and arrive from locations across the globe. Our ambitious students are ready to embark on a successful and fulfilling career path in business by learning new skills and enhancing existing ones. They take away an awareness beyond profit to include the impact of business on the wider economy and society. We expect our graduates to ‘put in more than they take out’ of the economy and society throughout their career. Entry Requirements A first- or upper second-class honours degree, or equivalent. If you have yet to complete your degree, submit your most recent transcripts. If your transcript is not in English, please also supply a certified translation. Two academic referees Work experience (optional) An IELTS or TOEFL Score: Non-native speakers will need an IELTS score of over 6.5, with no band below 6; or a TOEFL score of over IBT 90. If your primary degree was in English, you can ignore this requirement. A GMAT score may be requested in certain cases [-]

MBA in General Management

Emirates Aviation University
Campus Part time 18 months September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

The General Management MBA programme provides learners with a balanced insight into the challenges of managing businesses. The modern day manager needs to have a broad understanding of the various functions within an organisation in order to effectively meet organisational goals and objectives. [+]

MBA Programs in Management Consultancy in Europe 2017. MBA in General Management The General Management MBA programme provides learners with a balanced insight into the challenges of managing businesses. The modern day manager needs to have a broad understanding of the various functions within an organisation in order to effectively meet organisational goals and objectives. In addition to this, the rapid expansion of international trade means suppliers, customers and work colleagues are much more likely to work within a multicultural working environment. This in turn, requires a different set of skills to be able to manage both effectively and efficiently. Why enrol on this programme? The programme attracts professionals from a wide variety of sectors (including finance, manufacturing, retailing, real estate, hospitality and healthcare), who are seeking to broaden their management skills. The programme provides learners with an opportunity to: Apply knowledge and understanding of organisations, businesses and management to solve complex issues both systematically and creatively whilst improving business and management practicesApply knowledge and understanding of organisations, businesses and management to solve complex issues both systematically and creatively whilst improving business and management practices. Contribute to business and society at large using lifelong learning skills and personal development. Apply strategic decision making skills and develop the ability to work towards policy formulation and implementation. Accreditation The MBA in General Management is a dual award programme conferred by Emirates Aviation University and Coventry University, UK. The EAU award is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHESR) in the UAE. Career prospects Completion of the General Management MBA programme provides a means of improving career prospects which may be achieved through promotion with an existing employer, enhancing prospects with alternative employers or providing skills which may assist in making a career change. The MBA is an accredited degree that is recognized globally through the academic collaboration between two well-known institutions, Emirates Aviation University and Coventry University. Many employers believe that a person who has undertaken MBA study has a good level of understanding of the 'big picture' and has obtained the skills that will enable them to manage with greater competence and confidence in an ever changing and complex business environment. Course Outline The programme consists of eight modules and a dissertation. Mode of delivery Modular basis (block mode) with classes normally held every two months (five days per module). Modules Marketing Management Project Management Operations Management Economic Environment for Business International Business Strategic Management Financial Analysis for Managers Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management MBA Dissertation Duration Eighteen months, part time. [-]

Master in Business Administration: International Management

Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Venice

This degree programme provides the managerial skills necessary in order to develop a new generation of global small and medium enterprises, covering areas such as international management, marketing, international economics and labour law. [+]

The international mangaement curriculum (fully taught in English) provides the managerial skills necessary in order to develop a new generation of global small and medium enterprises, covering areas such as international management, marketing, international economics and labour law. Link to the Degree Programme page Link to the apply procedure page This degree programme offers the possibility to get a double/joint degree with other European Universities. - Double Degree with Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris-Europe (France). At the end of their study programme students can be awarded with a double degree: Laurea Magistrale in Economia e gestione delle aziende of Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia and Master in Management of ESCP-Europe (agreement currently under renewal). - Double Degree with Universität Hohenheim Stuttgart (Germany). At the end of their study programme students can be awarded with a double degree: Laurea Magistrale in "Economia e gestione delle aziende" of Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia and Master of Science in International Business and Economics (M. Sc.) or Master of Science in Management (M. Sc.) of Universität Hohenheim. - Double Degree in International Business EU-Australia. Partners: Université de Strasbourg (France), University of Western Australia (Australia), University of Adelaide (Australia), Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary). At the end of their study programme students can be awarded with a double degree: Laurea Magistrale in Economia e gestione delle aziende of Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (or Master Grande Ecole in International and European Business of Université de Strasbourg or Master of Commerce of Corvinus University of Budapest, for students of partner universities), and Master in International Economy and Business of University of Western Australia or of University of Adelaide. Access to the programme Restricted. Places available are 190 (100 for the Business Administration and Governance curriculum and 90 for the International Management curriculum). Admission to the programme is subjected to the evaluation of the minimum curricular requirements and personal preparation. Moreover, certified knowledge of the English language at least at B2 level is required. For the English-taught curriculum, knowledge of English language must be obtained at enrolment, otherwise the student will not be allowed to enrol. Admission requirements To be admitted to this Second Cycle Degree Programme students must possess a proper individual educational background and the minimum curricular requirements. Career Opportunities Second cycle graduates may operate as: area manager, export manager, general manager at foreign branches, international operations manager, new markets’developer, international projects manager. Access to further studies Professional Master’s Programmes (1st and 2nd level) and PhD programmes [-]

MBA- Master of Business Administration

Czech College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Prague United Arab Emirates Sharjah + 2 more

The MBA program encompasses all the core competencies required for a senior business manager. Whether you are an experienced professional looking for career advancement or a fresh graduate looking to start a career in management, our MBA program will equip you with all the required knowledge and tools. The curriculum puts emphasis on management principles as well as practical knowledge and tools real managers would use in real situations. [+]

MBA Programs in Management Consultancy in Europe 2017. We offer our students the unique opportunity to transfer their credits to our partner universities in USA and UK, thus giving them unmatched international exposure Qualification Modules Analyzing the Competition When assessing the market positioning of your company or your product there are many areas of research required. One of these is to review your competitors, examine what they are doing, how they are doing it, how they compete with you or differ from you. This module will introduce many investigative techniques. By the end of the module students will be conversant with research techniques and associated exercises to enable such analysis. Creativity and Problem Solving Managers and business leaders need to constantly find ways of keeping ahead of problems and issues that impact on their day to day challenges. Solving problems is of course central to a managers role but how to solve problems is the real challenge. Creativity in a managers work is a great tool and if real creativity can be identified and developed it can be a vital tool in the managers toolkit. This module explores the areas of problem solving and the mindset that can be developed to assist a manager. By the end of the module students will have learned different ways of thinking about problems and different approaches to solving problems both within and outside their job function. Culture and Ethics The culture of an organization is defined by the way they do things, the management ethos and the people that work within the organization. Organizations should always have ethical underpinning of their culture. This defines how they are viewed in the world. This module looks at various aspects of culture and ethics. How it is defined, how it can be shaped and what it should say about the organization. By the end of the module students will understand the nature and importance of culture and ethics and understand that it needs to be underwritten in the business strategy. Customers and Their Needs What and who exactly is a customer? How do you ensure they are recognized and valued? How do you know what they want? How do you know they are happy with your product and service? These are some of the aspects covered in this module. In this age of fierce competition, managers must understand their customers and respond quickly and effectively to any given feedback. By the end of this module students will be able to put in place a customer service strategy for their company. Developing High Performance Teams Teams generally define any organization. Whether it be a football team, a team of dancers, a military team or a team within a business they all depend on each other to maximize performance and the more skilled, cohesive and well molded a team is, the better they will perform. This module looks at different team types and the inherent skills required. It examines how skills and cohesion can be developed and nurtured. By the end of the module students will be aware of the skills they can bring to any team, the importance of those skills and how they might be developed. Developing Your Interpersonal Skills Interpersonal skills cover many aspects of human interaction. This module examines the variety of interactions that can occur and explores ways their effectiveness can be used to the benefit of the business and the benefit of the individual. By the end of the module students will understand the impact of these skills and understand how they may improve their own interpersonal relationships. E-Marketing Communications Marketing is in a state of change like never before. The challenge is to get the right message to the market in the most cost effective way. Electronic marketing is in a constant state of flux and it becomes more difficult than ever to judge and plan for the most effective marketing routes. This module examines some of the issues involved and explores ways in which the marketer can stay ahead of the game and ensure the message to market is effective and competitive. By the end of the module the student will have analyzed the pros and cons of different aspects of emarketing and be able to put together a cohesive and effective strategy to incorporate them. Exercises in Quantitative Techniques Within a managers role there are occasions when a knowledge and understanding of quantitative methods is needed whether it be statistical analysis, financial analysis or mathematical calculations. This area is often overlooked in the everyday business of managing but it is extremely useful to have the tools and ability, when needs arise, to undertake such calculations. This module looks at the areas where quantitative skills may be required and by the end of the module students will have been exposed to a range of exercises to develop their skills in those areas. Governance and Directorships A manager does not work in isolation in managing a business. There are many stakeholders to account to and the objectives reach beyond commercial objectives alone. At a corporate level there are significant responsibilities and obligations to fulfill as an executive, owner or director of a business. This module outlines the legal, moral and ethical encumbrances on company stewardship. By the end of the module students will understand the broader role of management within any organization and responsibilities to shareholders and other stakeholders. High Performance Sales Are great salesmen born or can they be trained and developed? This module will explore the various areas and aspects of sales and break down the mystique into practical areas that can be developed by an organization or by individuals. By the end of the module students will understand and be able to apply some of the skills involved in successful selling. Impact of Technology on Business Technology. Threat or opportunity? Clearly the response to this question will vary greatly from business to business but there is no doubt that the march of technology will have some impact almost continually, on a business. This module will explore way of assessing the impact and planning for it and by the end of the module students will understand the need to continually assess the changing profiling of technology against their business objectives. Implementing and Managing Quality Systems The management of systems within an organization goes of course alongside the design of the system. Implementation of any system and plan takes diligence, attention to detail and ensuring a strong feedback mechanism is in place to monitor and evaluate the performance and effectiveness of the system. This module looks at the various issues involved in implementation of systems and in particular as they relate to quality control and quality assurance. By the end of the module students will be familiar with the issues around quality systems and will be competent to put such systems in place. Innovation and R&D Innovation grows from within an organization and is often part of the organization culture. Research and development encourages innovation and this can often produce uniqueness and competitive advantage for a company. This module explores these areas and quantifies the cost benefit to an organization and looks at possible structures that can harness innovation. By the end of the module students will understand the role and importance of innovation and R&D. Interpreting Business Accounts It can be argued that the accounts are the most important measure of a business’s health and status. Producing and maintaining accounts is a statutory requirement and diligence in the maintenance and preparation of them is vital. This module will develop an understanding of the various parts of balance sheet and profit and loss account to understand their relevance and by the end of the module students will understand their importance and the key role that the accounts play. Making Decisions Decision making is certainly one of the key areas upon which a managers success depends and therefore that which has the greatest potential impact on a business’s success or failure. A great decision can make a business. A poor decision can destroy a business. This module explores the various issues involved in making good decisions and implants various models that can be employed to ensure at least part of the risk is removed from decision making. By the end of the module students will understand the complexity of decision masking and be able to put in place a clear process in improving their own skills. Managing Cash and Working Capital Cash is the lifeblood of any business. It is possible for a healthy business to fail because it cannot or does not manage its cash and equally it is important to manage well whatever cash is within a business. This module will look at cash flow analysis and cash flow projections and show how managers should and must keep track and control of their cash. By the end of the module students will understand this vital area of financial management. Managing Projects Project management skills are a useful addition to any team and in particular in organizations that need clear processes either for development or for operations. There are many techniques, tools and skills that can and should be learned and this module visits many of these to illustrate their usefulness in certain situations. By the end of the module students will have learned some of these skills and tactics and have a greater knowledge and understanding in how to manage projects effectively. Marketing Strategy Getting your product or service into the market, to be recognized and to achieve market acceptance and penetration is a complex and detailed challenge. There are many options that can be tried and tested and many risks in implementation. This module explores all areas of marketing strategy, options available, how to test the market and assess the risks. By the end of the module students will understand the different dimensions within marketing strategy and the choices and decisions that they will need to make. Measuring and Rewarding Performance What is fair reward within an organization? How do you measure the contribution of an individual or a team within an organization? This module examines all aspects of performance management in terms of measuring, comparing, setting standards and targets and rewarding exceptional performance. By the end of the module students will understand the complexities that need to be managed. Motivating and Influencing People Managers as leaders of teams and people must be able to motivate and influence those around them. This module explores all the elements around these skills and explores the many and varied methods and approaches. By the end of the module students will understand the impact of these skills on a business and use techniques learned to improve their own performance. Qualities of Effective Leadership Leadership within business can be key to getting the best out of both the business and the team working within the business. This module examines the common traits of leadership and compares and contrasts different styles. By the end of the module students will understand the common principles and be able to profile their own leadership style to improve their effectiveness. Recruitment and CPD The importance of recruitment in a business is often overlooked. Getting the best people and ensuring their skills are aligned to a company’s goals is vital. Managers must analyse the skills they need and the skill sets of the people they employ and continually plan to align those skills via continuing development. The managers themselves are of course also in need of the same analysis and development. This module explores these areas and by the end students will understand the importance of training and development within an organization and will be able to construct relevant and targeted plans. Strategic and Systems Management Quality within an organization is top of the strategic pile. There must be a clear, concise, consistent culture and ethos throughout an organization that is dedicated to doing things well and producing the best goods and services. Nothing less will do. This module interrogates the various systems and structures that should be put in place to ensure this message runs throughout the organization. By the end of the module students will understand the strategic role quality systems play within an organization. Strategic Human Resource Management Human Resource Management must play a central role in the strategy of any organization. It is concerned with people as an asset of the business. How you reward them, how to get the best out of them, how to develop them. This module examines the impact of human resources and how all the key elements can be factored together to help drive a business strategically. By the end of the module students will understand the various nuances and how they can best be harnessed. Strategic Planning Tools The strategy of a business is that plan that tells us what the business is all about, where a business is going, how it is going to get there, what checks and balances we have along the way and how change is embaced. There are many tools and techniques that can assist in putting together a cohesive and coherent strategy and this module examines some of those. By the end of the module students will have been exposed to planning techniques and tools and will be comfortable and confident in using them in their work. Strategies for Growth A business can have more than a single strategic plan. There can be separate strategies for different elements of a business. Many businesses are focused primarily in growth and need to have a clear roadmap as to how they will manage the various stages of growth of their business. There are both internal factors and less controllable external factors that will need to be considered in growing a business. This module explores the different ideas of growth and the various tools, measures and controls at a managers disposal in planning for growth. By the end of the module students will be confident in putting together a plan for growth. Studying and Using Management Theories There are many theories that abound concerned with management and the various models developed from these theories. What are the various theories? How do they differ? How do we evaluate them? How do we ascribe a particular style to ourselves as managers? This model interrogates the various theories and assists students in evaluating their own style. By the end of the module students will be able to assess their own preferred model and understand how they can apply that model to their work environment. The Business Plan The business plan is the road map for a business over a defined period of time. It tells you what you will do, when you will do it, how you will do it and the results you will expect. Clearly this is not a simple or superficial document. It is an ongoing reference point. This module defines the structure of the plan. What should and should not be in it and how it can be used as a reference point. By the end of the module students will have a clear understanding of the structure of the plan and the background work required to develop it. The External Operating Environment of Business Business is not an isolated and independent function. It is affected and impacted by a range of external factors that might present both threat and opportunity but in any case will require monitoring and managing. These may include political influences, legal influences, world events and the like. Business need to be aware of such factors and plan for them by way of contingency and risk management and by planning for change. By the end of this module students will be aware of the nature of external influences and how an organization might mitigate their exposures. Tools of Financial Analysis Business accounts tell more about the business than almost anything else and it is important to be able to analyze accounts of both your own organization and other organizations and use a variety of analytical tools to help articulate exactly what the accounts are telling you about the business. There are many of these most useful tools and this model will teach the student how to use them. By the end of the module students will understand clearly how they can use these tools to interrogate the true state of a business. [-]

Master in Business Administration: Management Consulting

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

The specialization in Management Consulting will prepare you for these challenges by equipping you with the tools you need to succeed in this exciting field and... [+]

Management Consulting

The Management Consulting specialization of the Master’s Programme in Business Administration takes one year to complete. It is worth 60 credits and it is taught entirely in English. Besides focusing on your own individual studies and attending lectures, you will work in small groups based on activating learning methods, where you learn to write and present projects, study international real-life cases and conduct small-scale research. Each subject is assessed on the basis of individual interim examination scores and the result of an individual or group assignment. There are six courses that are specific to this specialization. You will take four of them from September until December and the other two courses in the winter and spring. There is also a required ethics course and a research seminar. During the final phase of the programme, you will organize and conduct an independent scientific research project which will serve as the basis for your Master’s thesis. You will enjoy the close supervision of our expert staff while you write your thesis.... [-]


MBA - Focus on General Management

SRH Hochschule Berlin
Campus Part time 3 semesters October 2017 Germany Berlin Region

Prepare yourself for challenging tasks in top management! [+]

MBA - Focus on General Management

This advanced MBA programme prepares you for demanding management tasks in today’s international business environment. Within the new curriculum, communication and leadership skills are highlighted alongside essential management skills such as:

Human resource management Finance Accounting Marketing

The MBA with Focus on General Management programme reflect the intercultural spirit of SRH Hochschule Berlin at its best. Participants from all over the world with different professional backgrounds discuss topics of global scope such as sustainability, intercultural intelligence and trust, and work in teams on practical management cases in cooperation with companies.... [-]


Full-time MBA

Maastricht School of Management
Campus Full time 12 months September 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

The full-time residential MBA provides state-of-the-art management education to managers and mid-career professionals from all over the world. [+]

The full-time residential MBA provides state-of-the-art management education to managers and mid-career professionals from all over the world. This full-time, residential program has been developed for managers and entrepreneurs with at least three years of postgraduate work experience, and who have a passion for the challenges of managing and leading organizations in a multicultural, global context. The program combines the latest management thinking with practice and applied research, with an emphasis on leading and managing in multicultural settings. A unique distinguishing feature of the program is its focus on understanding and anticipating how the societal context within which organizations function will determine their success or failure. The economic rise of emerging and developing economies and their demographics, the threats and opportunities of climate change, corporate social responsibility, and the role of business in social inclusiveness are examples of these societal contexts. This program thus offers participants the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of these environments and trends and their relationship with the advanced economies. The full-time residential MBA is ranked #2 in the Netherlands according Eduniversal’s Best Masters ranking, internationally accredited by NVAO, ACBSP, IACBE and AMBA. It is the only MBA in Maastricht that is accredited by the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Agency (NVAO) and hence fully recognized by the Dutch government. The full-time MBA draws on MSM’s 60-year experience in management and business education. MSM was one of the three nominees for the Nuffic Orange Carpet Award in 2014, in recognition for its contribution to the internationalization of higher education in the Netherlands. And MSM was shortlisted for the Association of MBA’s innovation award 2014. Why choose the full-time residential MBA? Invest in your future The one-year full-time, residential MBA prepares you to take up leading and challenging positions in the private or public sector, or to successfully start your own entrepreneurial venture. Develop your global leadership skills Global and multicultural leadership skills are vital assets for today’s managers. Joining The full-time MBA class will challenge you to develop your management skills in a diverse, international and multicultural environment. The more than two dozen nationalities represented in a typical class of the full-time, residential format of the full-time MBA creates a stimulating learning environment inside and outside the classroom. This will help you develop your global and multicultural leadership skills and expand your global network. Maastricht’s proximity to other major European countries and MSM’s global network of partner institutions, including partnership of the Global Business School Network (GBSN) only add to our attractiveness as an international management school. Be responsible MSM subscribes to high ethical standards in business and strongly promotes corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development. We subscribe to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). With CSR and business ethics constituting an integral part of the MBA curriculum, you will be trained to become a responsible and effective manager. Get access to our broad business network Pursuing an MBA degree is not only about management thinking and case studies. Our strong links to the business community will give you exposure to the best companies and organizations in the region. This is facilitated through; the international management mentorship program, a platform that links our talented, experienced and diverse group of MBA students to representatives of the local and regional business community; the MBA Business Colloquium, featuring guest lectures by representatives of the business community on a subject directly linked to the MBA course topic; work visits to regional companies and organizations. Customize your MBA You can choose from four different specializations: Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets, International Business and Sustainable Development, Accounting and Finance and Public Sector Management. Visit the program page on the MSM website for more information about scholarship opportunities: www.msm.nl/mba. [-]

International Action Learning MBA

Business School Netherlands
Online & Campus Combined Part time 24 months November 2017 Netherlands Buren

Are you searching for that unique practical MBA that will take you further in your career? The International Action Learning MBA programme focuses on applied learning by solving real-time, work-related problems within your own organisation. This part-time, blended learning MBA allows for a very practical approach to educating business leaders of today. The International Action Learning MBA is offered in English to professionals worldwide who are interested in finding solutions to current management issues, achieving personal enrichment and great ROI. [+]

The International Action Learning MBA is a part-time, blended programme that embraces the philosophy of Action Learning. For those looking to continue beyond Master level education, the International MBA is the perfect steppingstone on the journey to continued success, learning and breakthrough. From the outset, as an International MBA student you will focus 100% on topics of relevance to you and your organisation. Through research and discussion, you will discover methods to resolve issues and implement new plans; applying change through action. You will complete six in-house assignments; Action Learning Projects (ALPs) aimed at issues of departmental level. Then the completion of the Dissertation, tackles a strategic organisational predicament where various research methodologies also come in to play.... [-]