Der englischsprachige Masterstudiengang International Business richtet sich an Absolventinnen und Absolventen eines wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Erststudiums, die sich ein vertiefendes Verständnis für internationale Managementprozesse aneignen und Ihr Wissen – zum Beispiel in den Bereichen Business Economics, Customer Relationship Management, Service Marketing, Corporate Development, HRM & Leadership, Global Finance und Corporate Social Responsibility – erweitern möchten.
You can study the programme M.A. International Business at the following locations:
Description of the programme
CBS combines the teaching of these skills with versatile teaching content in the English language. In subjects such as Business Economics, Corporate Governance or Strategic Analysis and Management you will explore relevant international and economic contexts. Lectures on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Supply Chain Management will deal with the success factor of sustainable management. In the second and third semesters, you will set individual accents according to your personal interests by means of elective specialisation courses.
Graduates of this study programme work, among others, in the following sectors and departments:
– Human resources
– International trade
– Key account management
– Project management
Accreditations & awards
A degree is only valuable if it is generally recognised. We ensure this threefold. Firstly, through state accreditation: CBS International Business School is a private university state-recognised by the German Science Council and the Ministry of Science of North Rhine-Westphalia. Secondly, through the regular accreditation of all courses by FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation) for content, topicality, and studyability. FIBAA examines the courses on behalf of the Accreditation Council of the Federal Republic. Thirdly, through—successful—participation in rankings, such as the renowned CHE ranking (known from the ZEIT Studienführer) or the university ranking of the Wirtschaftswoche.