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Study Programmes Master International Management International Management Tripartite Programme

Berlin - Berlin - London
International Management Tripartite Programme

In Berlin, we focus on strategic, risk, contract and project management with specialisation in compliance management. Our industry familiarisation includes energy/renewables, health/bioscience and IT/service sector. 

In London, finance and investment management are highlighted. In addition, there's an emphasis on strategy and leaderhisp.

Programme Cornerstones

Duration of studies: 2 years

Course Language: English

Two Degrees: Master of Arts & certificate

Course Modules

1st Semester: SRH Hochschule Berlin

Modules taught in Semester One:

  • Leadership and Global Strategic Management
  • Risk Management in Value Creation
  • Contract Knowledge Management
  • International Contract and Company Law
  • Project Development I
  • Case Studies

2nd Semester: SRH Hochschule Berlin

Modules taught in Semester Two:

  • Intercultural Management
  • International Legal Framework for Foreign Trade
  • Risk Management in Financing
  • Negotiation & Conflict Management
  • Technological Foresight & Commercialisation Strategies
  • Company Project I
  • Master Seminar

3rd Semester: INSEEC Business School London

Modules taught in Semester Three:

  • Corporate Strategy
  • Historical Development & Future Trends of Asset Management
  • Strategic Innovation & Change Management
  • Management Theory for Organisations
  • Leadership/Management
  • Risk Management

4th Semester: SRH Hochschule Berlin

Modules taught in Semester Four:

  • Master Internship
  • Master Thesis

*For course descriptions, see here. *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.