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You can study the core modules at Universitat de Valencia, Spain, Institute of Business Studies, Moscow, Russia, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, University of
Hertfordshire, Great Britain, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia or NOVANCIA, France:
- Management in the Global Environment/Global Strategic Analysis
- Global Marketing Strategies
- International Financial Management
- Human Resource Management in a Global Environment
- International Business Law
During the second term students specialise in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Bremen, Germany:
Logistics and Supply Chain Management connect markets and people. Located in one of the leading logistics hubs in Germany, the University of Applied Sciences Bremen offers the specialisation International Logistics/Supply Chain Management. Students will learn to design, analyse, and control logistics networks and the related processes from inbound/procurement logistics to international transport. The maritime sector plays an important role in the programme and in the region. Project management will be introduced as the indispensable tool for successful logistics managers. As part of a local and global network, the University of Applied Sciences Bremen provides a broad variety of learning experiences. Key Note speakers, field trips, and business simulations are examples for the didactical approach of the University of Applied Sciences Bremen in teaching logistics management.
Educational organisationOne-year, full-time course (three terms)
Study abroad unit(s)The programme is a double-degree Master's programme offered by the International Business School Alliance (IBSA). Students study the core modules in the first term at one of the partner universities of the International Business School Alliance (IBSA) and specialise in the second term at the International Graduate Center in Bremen, Germany.
Forms of assessmentWritten exams under supervision (proctored examinations), oral examinations and presentations, written presentations, and project assignments
Students obtain 30 ECTS for each term.
Course objectivesThe programme at the International Graduate Center of the University of Applied Sciences Bremen equips graduates:
- with a practical approach to project management based on internationally accepted concepts and standards
- with the ability to work and lead effectively in multicultural teams
- with the ability to understand different cultures, communicate and behave successfully within these cultures
Language requirementsVery good English language skills are required; proof of English proficiency with TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) 80 iBT points or IELTS (International Language Testing System) 6.5 points.
Academic requirementsPrevious undergraduate degree in business management or its equivalent, or proof of a sound knowledge in business administration (proof of having studied business-related modules)
At least one year of practical professional experience
Enrolment feesApprox. 280 EUR per semester (subject to change). The fee includes a semester ticket, a contribution to the Student Union and to Student Services, and an administration fee.
Costs of livingFood/meals: approx. 300 EUR/month
Warm food and snacks are least expensive at the university's cafeterias.
Local transport is included in the enrolment fee. Students receive a semester ticket, which is a pass for free access to buses, trams, and regional trains servicing Bremen and the surrounding area.
Academic expenses: about 30 EUR/month
The University Library (with three locations) is free of charge.
Health insurance: approx. 80 EUR/month
Living expenses: approx. 700 EUR/month (including rent)
Job opportunitiesBeing a one-year full-time Master's course and due to the intense study period and high work-load, it is not possible for students to work during the course of study.
(In general, students from European Union countries do not require a work permit to work during their course of study.
Students from countries outside the European Union may work 120 full days or 240 half days over the course of one year without a work permit. A special permit is required to work more than this.)