International Business and Resources in Emerging Markets - IBRE
|Faculty||Fakultät 6 - Wirtschaftswissenschaften|
|Degree||Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
|Standard period of study||4 Semester|
|Start of studies||Wintersemester|
Bachelor or equivalent degree in the fields of business studies, economics or other fields related to economics or business.
Proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL with at least 90 points (internet based test), IELTS with a minimum of band 6.5, or equivalent English language test Proof of topical/analytical proficiency: GMAT with a minimum of 570 points or GRE with a minimum of 305 points
|Application deadline||15th April for each winter term|
Provides future Eastern and Western managers with the theoretical and practical insights into modern international business administration and development economics needed to excel in top-careers. Particularities of management of intellectual capital, natural resources, and the environment are complemented with intercultural competences in markets of former transitional, emerging or developing countries.
Possibility to study one semester abroad at a partner university, double degree options.
Job Opportunities after Graduation - Typical professions targeted by IBRE MBA graduates: In companies, this includes predominantly higher levels of management with significant responsibilities, in particular with respect to the internationalisation of the firm. In public administration institutions, IBRE MBAs would target departments and professions that are concerned with international bilateral and multilateral negotiations on economic issues such as trade in goods and services, international transfer of capital, inward and outward foreign direct investment, international innovation networks and policies, competition law and competition policy, economic aspects of environmental protection, etc. In international organisations and NGOs, graduates from this MBA programme could make a difference on issues like economic development, pro-poor policies, economic aspects of transition, etc.
How to apply
Please visit the IBRE website for information on how to apply.