The Tripartite MSc requires four semesters across three cities. Semester One takes place in Berlin, Semester Two in Dublin, Semester Three in Paris and Semester Four at which of the three locations the student wishes to complete their Dissertation.
On successful completion the student will receive two degrees, normally one from the College through which they were recruited, and secondly from the College whose degree most closely mirrors their career aspirations.
The available degrees are:
- Berlin - MA in International Strategic Management
- Dublin - MSc in International Business Management
- Paris - MSc in International Business Strategy
Students who obtained the Dublin MSc may, after a period of appropriate work experience, and after they have demonstrated that they have obtained a range of management competencies, transfer their Dublin MSc to an MBA. (This option may also be provided to those students who have obtained either of the other two masters degrees).
The modules to be taught in
Berlin in Semester One will be as follows:
- Global Strategy Management
- Contract Knowledge Management
- International Contract and Company Law
- Project Development
- Risk Management
- Company Project
The modules to be taught in
Dublin in Semester Two will be as follows:
- International Operations Management
- Information Technology Management
- Management and Cost Accounting
- Business Research Methods 1
- International SHRM.
- Management Development
- Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
The modules to be taught in
Paris in Semester Three will be as follows:
- International Finance
- Lobbying and Business Ethics
- Intercultural Management
- International Marketing
- Emerging Countries
- International Business Strategy
- Business Research Methods 2
The MSc Dissertation and Internship Semester four will be available through all three institutions and will be based on the Paris model. The location will reflect student’s preference and the location of their main supervisor. The “modules” are:
- Internship Programme
- MSc Dissertation
Each Institution will recruit 12 students for the annual intake in September, and the combined cohort will experience academic, business and student life in each of the major European Cities.
This proramme involves three institutions, one in each of these three capital cities.
SRH Hochschule Berlin, a state-approved University of Applied Sciences situated in Berlin. It offers a two-year international business Master’s programme, presented in the English language. Students graduate with a Master of Arts (M.A.) in International Management. The programme responds to the constantly growing requirement from companies for employees in contract, project and risk management, to operate across international borders and who have a command of international business. SRH University courses are distinguished by their professionalism and project-based, modern approach to training.
Griffith College Dublin offers an MSc/MBA in International Business Management which is validated by the Nottingham Trent University. The Graduate Business School at GCD provides programmes in International Business Management at MSc and MBA levels. These programmes provide an educational experience which is strongly vocational, academically rigorous and intellectually challenging – a key stepping stone to a career in international business management. The Graduate Business School offers a dynamic teaching environment characterised by a lecturing team with outstanding industry experience, and an educational setting that promotes and encourages the highest level of academic endeavour.
INSEEC Grande Ecole offers, through its Business School, an MSc and MBA in Paris. It has also developed a range of bilateral agreements with some thirty-three international institutions across the world leading to double awards – including Diploma, MSc and MBA. The campus, located in the centre of Paris, has a special “architectural personality” which permits students to identify with the School while being in the heart of the surrounding economic and cultural activities of the city. It is a Business School whose teaching methods reflect those of France’s elite higher business schools and the concepts of personal and reflective balance.
Each Institution will recruit 12 students for the annual intake in September, and the combined cohort will experience academic life, business life and student life in each of the three major European. This programme will be presented over four semesters, with all students being in Berlin for Semester 1, in Dublin for Semester 2 and in Paris for Semester 3. In Semester 4 students will undertake their dissertation project at one of the three institutions. Their master’s dissertation will be jointly supervised by two supervisors. Each student, with appropriate advice, will determine which two awards he or she would most appropriately qualify.
English Language Proficiency
The entire programme is presented in English, all applicants must prove sufficient linguistic proficiency (IELTS (6.5), TOEFL (550 ) or equivalent) in order to participate successfully in the degree. Proof will be accepted with an authorized and officially attested copy of the relevant certificate with your application.
Applicants should have a primary degree at honours 2:1 level or higher, or an appropriate postgraduate qualification in a business related discipline.
Application and Selection Process
Applications for the programme can either be made online via Internet or by post using the application form. This information will be used during the selection procedure, which will involve all three institutions
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