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Study Programmes Master International Management International Management Tripartite Programme

Berlin - Prague (Anglo American University) - Berlin
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 Prague, the emphasis is on business and law in international markets. Coursework focuses largely on human resources and management in international environments as well as international business law.

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:

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

2nd Semester: Anglo American University Prague

Modules taught in Semester Two:

  • Fundamentals of Finance
  • Alternative Investments & Structured Products
  • Bank Management
  • Measurement of Market Risk
  • Asset classes: Interest Rate Products
  • Operational Risks for Banks
  • Project Seminar/Internship

3rd Semester: SRH Hochschule Berlin

Modules taught in Semester Three:

  • Intercultural Management
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Strategic Network Management
  • International Protection of Intellectual Property
  • Company Project III
  • Technological Foresight

4th Semester: At institution of student’s choice (institution of primary thesis supervisor)

Modules taught in Semester Four:

  • Master's Seminar
  • Master's Internship
  • Master's 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.