|The award||How you will study||Study duration||Course start||Domestic course fees||International course fees|
|MSc||Full-time||1 year||September||find out||EUR 16500 per year|
Giving a broad, social perspective on organisations that goes beyond management and economics includes multiple value creation as well as corporate social responsibility.
You will need more than analytical business skills to understand today’s global business environment and to succeed in it. Our programme in Business Administration aims at multiple value creation: it devotes equal attention to economic aspects as to organisational and social processes. This attention for the complete big picture is what creates a better understanding of the importance of good management and can eventually increase the performance of all kinds of organisations. You will have plenty of knowledge of corporate social responsibility and will be able to act independently as well as be a member of a team in any kind of organisation.
You choose one of the following specialisations within our Master's programme, which will impart you with the knowledge and skills needed to become a well-rounded leader:
Looking at the individual and social ‘biases’ and ‘heuristics' that lead to sub-optimal or even low-quality decisions, as well as at interventions aimed at improving managerial decision-making (group decision support).
Learn how to build a system dynamics model, how to apply it to a variety of complex, real-life problems and how to facilitate the model-building process in such a way a strategic change can be achieved and policies can be implemented.
Understanding the challenges and issues related to managing gender equality, diversity and inclusion in organisations, designing interventions and give content to the social responsibility of organisations.
You'll come to understand how organisations can grow through innovation processes as well as understand the challenges that entrepreneurs face when starting their business in a changing environment.
Strategic analysis of global activities of multinational firms with a balanced outlook on relations with the market and non-market stakeholders for economic and social impact.
Marketing is more than just selling products or services; it is about creating value with customers and other stakeholders. Learn to build and manage customer relationships and how these will help you in key marketing activities such as branding and product management.
This specialisation uniquely combines both sides of the coin: addressing structural problems of organisational design as well as changes in the culture and social fabric of an organisation; both of which are vital for success.
You will become capable of scientifically analysing issues involving personnel and organisation. Also, you learn to think about them at the strategic level in an organisation.
Learn to analyse, describe and deal with the influences of various stakeholders, strategy processes in organisations, internal and external environment, and internationalisation.
We also invite you to chat with our current student. They are happy to share their experience and answer all the questions you might have about studying and living in Nijmegen.
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A completed Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related area from a research university. Ideally, your Bachelor's degree should cover the following courses:
Additionally, you need to have fluency in both written and spoken English.
This requirement has been satisfied when the student meets one of the following conditions:
All other students need one of the following certificates (All certificates may not be older than two years):
If you fulfil the requirements above, you will be directly admitted to the Master’s programme.
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