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Study Programmes Master International Management International Management Tripartite Programme

Berlin - Berlin - Nairobi
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 Nairobi, the emphasis is on competitiveness and managing change as well as forming strategic alliances. There will also be discussions of management theory and practice in Africa, political behaviour and conflict analysis, evolutionary trends and the future of organisations.

Programme Cornerstones

Duration of studies: 2 years

Course Language: English

Two Degrees: Master of Arts & Master of Science

Course Modules

1st Semester: SRH Hochschule Berlin

Modules taught in Semester One:

  • 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 & Innovation Management
  • Project Development II
  • Company Project I
  • Master Seminar

3rd Semester: Catholic University of Eastern Asia (CUEA)

Modules taught in Semester Three:

  • Management and Organisational Analysis
  • Managing Change for Competitive Success
  • Strategic Alliances
  • Cases in Strategic Managmenet

4th Semester: SRH Hochschule Berlin

Modules taught in Semester Four:

  • Internship Programme/Master Seminar
  • 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.