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.
An MBA or Master of Business Administration is a two-year degree program. In order to pursue an MBA, students must first have received a Bachelor in a related field. In an MBA program, students receive business-related coursework that qualified them to operate and manage businesses and companies.
The formal higher education system of Finland is the 7-3-2-2 pattern. The university takes two years in vocational or technical education and finally two-year pre-tertiary education. Finland also has several public as well as private universities that have enabled accessibility of higher education to students.
Kotka is a major port town at the mouth of Kymi River in Finland. It is located at the coast of the Gulf of Finland. It has over 50,000 residents.
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The scope of the degree programme is 90 cr, of which 60 cr is professional studies and 30 cr for the thesis/development project. The studies last approximately 2.5 years [+]
MBA - International Business Management
Higher University of Applied Sciences Degree in Business
The scope of the degree programme is 90 cr, of which 60 cr is professional studies and 30 cr for the thesis/development project. The studies last approximately 2.5 years.
The language of instruction is English. The studies will begin in autumn 2013, 40 student places. (No intake in 2012)
In-depth knowledge for the challenges of internationalisation
The degree programme improves the students' knowledge, skills, and competence to succeed in demanding development, management, and expert positions with companies and organisations that are already international or on the verge of becoming international. A higher university of applied sciences degree produces the same competency for public offices and tasks as a higher academic degree (e.g. the Finnish KTM degree). The education focuses on sectors of international trade which are of vital importance for the strategic management and growth of the company (brand management, supply chain management, leadership and change management, financing and risk management, encountering different cultures). In the development project (30 cr), the student develops innovative solutions for the international business of an organisation.... [-]