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The MA in Management and Leadership curriculum exposes students to the tools of management and leadership and provides experience in decision-making situations.
Students acquire familiarity with the analytical techniques of management and develop the ability to apply these techniques in actual problem solving in a corporate, government, or non-profit environment.
Extensive use is made of case analysis and practical applications. Teamwork is an essential part of each course, and students will learn to polish the presentation and communication skills needed to succeed in business today.
The MA in Management and Leadership is an excellent study to help improve your emotional intelligence, communication skills, budgeting know-how, and leadership abilities.
The program is taught at more than 50 U.S. campus locations in major cities and military bases, at international campuses in Geneva, Switzerland; Leiden, the Netherlands; London, United Kingdom; Vienna, Austria; and online.
The Master in Management & Leadership at Webster University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
A copy of your passport's biographical page, plus any current residence permit or visa for the Netherlands. Please inform us if we need to apply for your visa/resident permit.
Copy of a recent CV or Resume
Letter of motivation (one page) stating why you want to pursue the program and how it ties into your current career or future professional goals
Certified copies of your Bachelor level transcripts
TOEFL 550/80 or IETLS 6.5 scores or other English proficiency scores if applicable. If you will be taking a TOEFL test outside of Webster and would like to have your results automatically sent to us, please use the following code: 0548.
One letter of recommendation (only for MA in Psychology applicants)
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