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Curriculum

Program duration: 2 years full-time (120 ECTS credits), on-campus only

Language of instruction: English

Classes meet in the evenings and on Saturdays (usually 4 times per week: 3 weeknights and a Saturday).

In the third semester students may choose to study abroad at a partner university. 

Program structure

Our students take advantage of a wide variety of core and elective courses to customize their education .

The Master of International Business Program consists of the following elements:

Core courses form the foundation of skills and knowledge in the key areas of international business and international affairs. Core courses are obligatory and students take the core courses in their first year of study. Elective courses allow students to customize their education to suit their own interests and career goals. Students take a total of five elective courses: one in the second semester and four in the third semester. Through elective courses students build the unique expertise and marketable skills in the areas of their choice. 
For students who do not have a substantial background in global economy, international affairs, finance and management the Program offers adaptational courses aimed at building a solid base for further more in-depth knowledge of specific subjects. 
Students may choose to take an optional course as an additional component to their curriculum.
'International Business Consulting' is the program's key consulting project. In this course students do real-life consulting projects for participating international companies. 
  • Research Seminar: 15 ECTS credits (4 semesters)
The Research seminar is dedicated to the Term paper and Master Thesis preparation.Throughout a two-year comprehensive course students gradually learn how to search for, process and analyze data; conduct research for and write academic papers, and present research outcomes. The seminar includes two short courses: "Information and Library Culture" and "Introduction to Quantitative Methods". The course also features weekly topic-specific guest lectures and master-classes presented by the top-management of the program partner companies. 
The course descriptions are available here.