M.Sc. International Management
M.Sc. International Management at a Glance
|Standard period of study:||3 semester plus 1 semester thesis|
|Semester start:||September (fall term)|
Master of Science
|Campus:||Dortmund, Frankfurt/Main, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Stuttgart, Berlin|
|Accreditation:||FIBAA, German Accreditation Council|
|Admission requirements:||first degree in economics or alternatively 30 ECTS points in the field of business sciences |
|Semester abroad:||One compulsory integrated|
|Practical experience:||12 weeks compulsory internship, workshops, excursions|
|Language:||100 % English|
Fast Track: On the Fast Lane
With the option "Fast Track" the semester abroad is omitted and you shorten your internship period. This allows you to complete your master's degree in only 3 semesters with 90 ECTS. Prerequisite: you bring 210 ECTS from your Bachelor (an alternative admission to Fast Track is possible via demonstrated work experience or by taking the ISM Pre-Master). Find out more from your study advisor.
Master International Management - Studying at an International Level
With an International Management Master you work specifically on your previous business knowledge and qualify for a leading position in business. In addition to the business content, you will also choose your own individual focus..
International Management Theory & Practice are closely interlinked. The integrated practical phases offer you extensive opportunities to gain your own practical experience and prove yourself in various areas.
#In the Middle of Practice
ISM student meets former president
If someone had asked me how high the probability was that I would ever meet a president to talk to him personally about the future of Europe, I would have just smiledpolitely, said Alexander Scherer.ISM students can actively participate in the Campus Symposium and experience the fascination of a large business conference for themselves.
Getting Off to an International Start
In the International Management Master, a semester abroad at one of around 190 partner universities is firmly integrated into the curriculum. You will:
- learn international economics,
- intensify your intercultural competencies and
- have the opportunity to obtain a second international double degree at one of our partner universities.
Since the Master in Management is taught entirely in English, you will be well prepared for negotiations and cooperation across national borders after completing your studies.
#On the Move Internationally During the Studies
Experience contrasts with the double degree in Mexico
For the past five months, Sven Goldammer has been studying at the Tec de Monterrey in Guadalajara, the second largest city in Mexico. Together with fellow ISM students and some Mexicans, he has rented a house and is right in the middle of Mexican life. Life in Mexico is characterized by contrasts. Rich and poor, desert and jungle, crime and warmth.It was a unique experience for him.
How Can I Apply?
In order to study international management at ISM, the university conducts an internal entrance test that tests your personality, motivation and skills. The International Management Master is not restricted by a “Numerus Clausus” (NC).
#Springboard to Your Career
Digital marketing strategies for Wilkinson Sword
After completing his studies, Matthias Hanschke joined Wilkinson Sword as a successful Digital Marketing Manager for North-East Europe. The search for the digital self and the perfect customer journey presents the marketing expert with interesting challenges in an international environment. "My goal is to advance the digital transformation in the company as the digital spearhead."
Evonik attaches great importance to training and promoting particularly talented and committed young people. As one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies, Evonik also relies on excellent young talent. Economists often work in teams with scientists and engineers, coordinate projects and act as interfaces in core processes.
Dr. Klaus Engel, Chairman of the Board of Management,
Evonik Industries AG
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