EPAS accredited programs

Master‘s programme in International Marketing Management (MIMM) – School of Business and Management, Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)

Master’s programme in International Marketing Management (MIMM) leads to the degree of Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (120 ECTS credits, two years). In the programme students will acquire an in-depth knowledge and understanding of international business strategy processes of all types of firms and be able to outline the current challenges in international marketing and possess skills to propose solutions to them.

Courses in the programme focus on strategic marketing, internationalisation of the firm and technology management and digitalisation, as well as on topics such as marketing of high tech innovations, international entrepreneurship and international business strategies. MIMM programme graduates have found positions in marketing, international business, product development, sales, logistics, international service business, consulting, and market research in companies like Nokia, Google, or Navteq.

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Master’s Degree Programme in International Business, University of Vaasa Finland

People working in international positions need a diverse range of competences. Master’s Degree Programme in International Business responds to this need by offering students a possibility to develop knowledge in three key areas of international business: international management, international marketing management and international human resource management. The programme’s teaching is based on high-quality and internationally recognized research groups and professors, who will support students learning in multicultural teams using the latest learning methods. Students will gain insights into business practices through guest lectures, actual business cases and our mentoring programme. MIB graduates have found positions in marketing & sales, logistics, general management and human resource management both in MNEs and SMEs in different industries.  Students  will graduate with a Master of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration.

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Master’s in International Business , Central European Business Realities – VSE Prague, University of Economics (Czech Republic)

International Business – Central European Business Realities is a two-year (four semesters) full-time Master’s Program that was established to address the specificities and characteristics of the Central European business environment within the framework of the increasing trends of globalization. It provides students with a comprehensive business education in the main fields of economics, management, finance, marketing and negotiations. Students are offered the possibility to fulfil part of their study obligations at the University of Lyon Business & Management School (France), or at theUniversity of Applied Science in Mainz (Germany), or at Management Center Innsbruck(Austria), or at the International University Geneva (Switzerland), or at the SGH Warsaw(Poland), or at Linnæus University (Sweden), and to obtain graduate degrees (a double degree) from both the Czech and the host universities.

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Master’s in International Business Management – Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University (UK)

The MSc International Business is a flagship course in International Business at Sheffield Business School, helping create employable and business-prepared Masters students for over 18 years. The course enjoys established links with a wide range of regional and international businesses which provide students with access to real life business experience whilst developing their contemporary academic knowledge. The course allows students to develop a proficient level of expertise across a range of international business functions as well as ethical and responsible management and leadership skills required to develop a successful career in this field. Students are also able to engage with the wider Postgraduate Community at Sheffield Business School which celebrates a multi-cultural and internationally diverse student profile.

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Master’s in International Business, RISEBA University of Business, Arts and Technology (Latvia)

RISEBA Master programme in International Business offers ideal opportunities for ambitious candidates with an international leader’s mindset who are ready to pursue and seize the challenges of the global business environment. This programme is primarily focused on developing students’ abilities to think critically, apply creative approaches, solve sophisticated problems, identify competitive opportunities and generate diligent decisions, thus enabling the students to persevere, advance and breakthrough in the fast-changing and unpredictable global business environment.

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Master’s in International Management, iaelyon School of Management, University Jean Moulin Lyon (France)

The growing globalization of markets triggers new challenges for businesses, making it crucial to educate future managers capable of facing them. The EPAS accredited Master‘s in International Management aims to enlighten students on international challenges by providing them with a global and cross-cutting vision on various management situations within a multicultural context.The Master’s allows students to understand the international environment through its economic, legal, financial, geopolitical aspects but also to comprehend the reality of businesses coping with new challenges that are both organizational and intercultural. The program focuses both on multinational firms and on small and medium-sized companies by looking into all the dimensions related to their internationalization. The international profile of students (from all horizons), of faculty and of practitioners guarantees the variety and the richness of teaching.

The first year of Master’s inInternational Management is split into two paths:

  • International Affairs (partly taught in English during the 2nd semester)
  • International Business Realities (fully taught in English)

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