MASTER OF BUSINESS STUDIES IN INNOVATION IN EUROPEAN BUSINESS
Business often find that many young professionals although possessing management skills and knowledge, lack creativity and are not aware of the specific challenges inherent in implementing and managing the cycle of innovation. Furthermore, graduates are not familiar with the requirements of managing dynamic environments. The Master of Business Studies (MBS) in Innovation in European Business is designed to meet the needs of delivering graduates with the perspective of change in an international perspective.
All students must apply for the MBS IEB at and provide all required information. Applications are reviewed by a committee of assessors and a short list is compiled based on results obtained by applicants in their primary degrees and the relevant professional experience they have accumulated to date.
The program is rewarded with the title Masters of Business Studies (MBS) in Innovation in European Business. University College Cork, Irelands leading research institute, will award the Masters degree. The UCC degrees is fully recognised internationally, ensuring graduates from the Master of Business Studies (MBS) in Innovation in European Business that they can make full use of their qualifications across Europe and worldwide.
The Master of Business Studies (MBS) in Innovation in European Business is a 15 months (90 ECTS) taught programme taking place across three locations in France (Paris), Ireland (Cork) and The Netherlands (Utrecht). The programme allows students to develop a valued combined skill set in business, management and analytical skills and provides them with state-of-the-art knowledge and concepts on how to implement and manage sustainable innovation.
This is achieved through a series of modules organised around the innovation cycle in organisations; vision-development-implementation- management and seminars on innovation in Europe. Students learn to focus on business deliverables and business interactions trough an in-company placement and their integrated research project which they have to present as adissertation and for which they will prepared from the start of the programme.
Overview of the programme
Term 1: September to December Cork session (20 credits):
Term 2: January to March Paris session (20 + 5 credits):
Term 3: April to September Placement Period:
Each student in the programme must spend at least 800 hours in a European organisation, working in a role commensurate with the objectives of the programme. Whilst placement is not guaranteed by the administrators of the programme, students will be offered complete support in sourcing and being selected for placement opportunities in any European country.
Term 4: October to December Utrecht session (20 credits):
Key elements of the programme
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The responsibility for accreditation lies with The Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).