International Business Management
Expand your future and become an expert in international business management
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This mid-career Master’s degree requires 2 years (24 months) of work experience after Bachelor’s.
With your Master’s degree from TAMK, you will have the skills needed to work independently as well as an active member, leader or manager in organisations. You are a trained expert in building international networks and taking into account various aspects of cultural differences, communication, change management, leadership and strategic thinking.
As a business professional, you will face new demands and challenges in multicultural environments. This Master’s degree programme enables the graduates to manage and lead international business operations successfully. Planning, managing and executing international operations in challenging business environments are in a major role in your studies. You will learn how to apply theory into practical cases of international business management. The degree programme can be completed within 1.5 years alongside work as blended learning.
The IBM specialization path has a signed a double degree agreement with Hochschule Worms in Germany. Limited seats are available for the second semester (30 ECTS) to be spent in the Global Trade Management Masters Programme at the German partner institution. Students interested in the double degree will be selected after the orientation at the start of the programme.
Detailed information on the content and structure of the studies is included in the curriculum.
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You can find all the information on course content, structure of studies and the actual application form in Studyinfo (link below). Please read through carefully before sending in questions. If - however - you have questions regarding the application process, please contact TAMK Admissions: admissions.tamk(at)tuni.fi For questions regarding the content or structure of the programme, please contact Mr. Sven Rassl, sven.rassl(at)tuni.fi.