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What will I learn?

Today, the majority of firms operate internationally. Some firms only do some regional exporting; others have extensive sales operations in foreign markets and source their inputs from all over the world. Managing complex international operations well is a core competitive advantage for organisations today. Not only in terms of sales and profits, but also in doing it sustainable and ethical with sensitivity and respect for cultural differences.

International Management

Interested in driving successful operations in an international context? The Master’s programme in International Management at Utrecht University School of Economics (U.S.E.) is a highly international, multidisciplinary management programme that pays attention not just to business issues, but to corporate social responsibility, ethics and human behavior as well. Founded firmly in economics and international financial management, this specialized MSc is designed for a new generation of managers who understand that the real ‘story behind the numbers’ includes well being for all stakeholders.

Context

The MSc in International Management puts the management of international organizations in the spotlight, covering various key elements of global decision-making. Core to this Master is the management of international operations including entry strategies in foreign markets, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and cross-cultural leadership. Further, senior executives’ main role is to create new opportunities and maximize the impact of firms in society, so there is a strong emphasis in this Master’s programme on global innovation strategies, entrepreneurship, and corporate social responsibility.

Career Perspectives

The MSc in International Management trains you to work in a global corporate environment dealing with issues such as global marketing and finance, supply chain management, cross cultural management, and foreign market entry strategies. The Master’s programme offers occasional contact with business leaders and places academic economic research in the context of managerial decision-making in international firms. Master classes and practical projects with a focus on business analysis and consulting offers you the opportunity to strengthen your professional skills needed for a career in an international setting. As a graduate, you will be well prepared for a range of different (international) career opportunities in consulting, business strategy and development, corporate venture management and start-ups.

Programme Objective

This Master’s programme is designed to provide you with the knowledge, understanding, and skills necessary for a professional career in international management. You will actively participate in major research projects, conduct your own research, present your results, and write short essays and a Master’s thesis. By the end of this programme you will be able to:

  • put academic knowledge and skills into practice;
  • conduct independent research which contributes to the field of economics and business;
  • solve problems independently and in a team, while taking social factors into consideration;
  • demonstrate mastery of subject-specific English terminology;
  • manage your own personal and professional development.

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance

Study options

Full Time (1 year)

Tuition fees
€17,078.00 (13,95,261) per year
Start date

Expected September 2022

Venue

Utrecht University

Heidelberglaan 8,

Utrecht Science Park / De Uithof,

Utrecht,

3584, Netherlands

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Applicants will be considered for admission to the Research Master’s programme in Religious Studies if you can demonstrate the following knowledge, insight, and skills: A relevant Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in the humanities or in one of the social sciences; Proven interest in Religious Studies, as evidenced in a minimum of 30 EC in a relevant field at the Bachelor’s level; Knowledge of basic concepts in Religious Studies and insight into relevant methods; A high standard of academic achievement, as evidenced in an overall grade point average and a Bachelor’s thesis grade equaling “good” or better in the applicable national system. (Typically, Dutch grade 7.5; US grade B; ECTS grade C.) English language requirements: ELTS, Academic Module. Minimum score: 6.5 overall band, at least 6 for writing. TOEFL, iBT. Minimum score: 93 with at least 24 reading, 22 listening, 20 speaking, 17 writing (internet-based test), institutional scores are not accepted. Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English, at least a B grade. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, at least a C grade.

For international students

A BSc in Economics or Economics and Business Economics preferably with some degree of specialization in International Management. The International Office assesses all international credentials according to the credential evaluation criteria of the Nuffic (the Netherlands Organization for international cooperation in Higher Education), and advises the Admissions Committee on this subject.

Other English language requirements: Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English, at least a B grade; Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, at least a C grade.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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