International Management Tripartite Programme
Berlin - Dublin - Madrid
In Berlin, we focus on strategic, risk, contract and project management with specialization in compliance management. Our industry familiarization includes energy/renewables, health/bioscience and IT/service sector.
In Dublin, the emphasis is scientific methodology for the preparation of the Master's thesis and specialization in the field of entrepreneurship, accounting (IAS) and supply chain management. Indutry familiarization is placed on real estate, insurance, banking and shipping.
In Madrid, the emphasis is on communications management as well as digital industry and new media. Furthermore, our students will gain orientation within the Latin American market environments. As a specialty of the Madrid destination separate language courses in Spanish are offered along with cultural training.
Programme corner stones
Duration of studies: 2 years
Course Language: English
Two Degrees: Master of Arts & Master of Science
1st Semester: SRH University of Applied Sciences Berlin
Modules taught in Semester One:
- Global Strategic Management
- International Contract and Company Law
- Risk Management
- Contract Knowledge Management
- Project Development
- Company Project
2nd Semester: Griffith College Dublin
Modules taught in Semester Two:
- International Operations Management
- Management and Cost Accounting
- International SHRM
- Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
- Information Technology Management
- Business Research Methods I
- Management Development
3rd Semester: Universidad Francisco de Vitoria**
Modules taught in Semester Three:
- Cross-cultural Management
- Banking and Financial Institutions
- Leadership Seminar
- Marketing and Business Strategies
- Commercial Management
- Spanish language and culture
4th Semester: At institution of student’s choice (institution of primary thesis supervisor)
Modules taught in Semester Four:
- Internship Program/Master Seminar
- Master Thesis
*Please note that this is a general list of courses which are offered each year. Some of the courses have optional status and require a minimum number of registered students, while some of the courses may be shifted or cancelled due to sabbatical leave of a professor or other unforeseen reasons.
**Due to upcoming program changes, the courses that were listed for Madrid up until April 2012 are no longer correct. These newly listed course modules will begin in Spring 2013.
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