Master’s in International Management (Germany) Deadline Jan. 15, 2019
Hochschule Wismar – University of Applied Sciences, Technology, Business and Design
Jan. 15, 2019
Duration of the Program
3 to 4 Semesters
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The Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design (a.k.a. University of Wismar), is the third-biggest and third-oldest public university in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The university was founded in 1908 as an engineering academy and has become an important part in the city’s cultural life.
The Master’s degree in International Management is a post-graduate program, meant to prepare you for international work in the changing and networked markets of the future. of full-time study, entirely in English. All three Faculties in Wismar – Business, Design, and Engineering – together coordinate and jointly offer a realistic and holistic picture of the main sources of ideas, innovations and methods driving economic growth.
The program integrates Bachelor’s degree graduates into teams communicating on the basis of shared linguistic, mathematical, and computer-based skills. Such skills are not taught on the course, but are assumed to be there, acquired by you in your undergraduate studies.
High emotional and intellectual acceptance of the concept of the personal equality and equal rights of all people, including such acceptance of; all religious and other belief differences including the right not to follow any or a particular religion, racial, ethnic, or place of origin differences, gender equality, age equality, sexual orientation differences (including homosexuality and transgender sexuality), high tolerance of disabilities in others, and a commitment to the rational discussion of all such concepts (all essential personal qualities to succeed in the program).
The competent and independent use of Microsoft Office applications, in particular EXCEL, WORD, and PowerPoint, or of appropriate freeware equivalents for the processing of text, diagrams, graphs, charts, and numerical data (highly recommended; or something you’ll have to catch up).
All applicants must without substitution present certified proof of academic achievements.
A completed Bachelor’s degree certificate with an academic thesis listed as such with title on the included transcript describing the study program taken.
For Non-European Union citizens or graduates, a completed TestAS test in the version for Economics, with a minimum standard score of 111 in at least one of the three subdivisions and at least 101 in the other two subdivisions.
For all candidates, a completed TOEFL test with at least 80 points or a completed IELTS test with a minimum score of 6.0, or evidence of an entire Bachelor’s degree course held in English (excluding those degree courses with English lessons in the curriculum).
It is recommended that you add a covering letter stating that you are applying for admission to the Master’s program in International Management, and follow these instructions as carefully as possible to speed things up.
Further important details, here.
Applications are to submitted by post (not Internet) to Mrs. Korinna Stubbe.
Mention that you found this call on The Insightist, Berlin.